Make Colorful Ornaments from Fabric Scraps

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A Great Project for Little Leftover Bits!

Colorful scraps, a bit of glue and styrofoam balls come together into pretty ornaments to hang on your tree and around the house. Choose an attractive hanging cord and beads to complete the look.

Put together a pretty combination of fabrics. Go totally scrappy or coordinate colors for this easy project. In fact, it’s so easy that the kids can help.

Fabric Scrap Christmas Balls

White glue thinned with water is used to glue the scraps to the styrofoam balls. Choose any size balls you want and use a wooden skewer to poke all the way through the balls for the hanging cords.

Fabric Scrap Christmas Balls

This is a great project for a chilly afternoon and you’ll be rewarded with pretty ornaments to brighten your home for the holidays.

Click here for the free “Fabric Scrap Christmas┬áBalls” tutorial from Jillian In Italy.



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