It’s the holiday season, and that means lots of decorations and fun family time spent indoors. Why not combine the two? Spend time with your loved ones DIYing felt Christmas ornaments. You’ll be reminded of all the laughs and fun times you shared while you made them each time you gaze at your Christmas tree.
Ornaments also make great gifts or gift-toppers for friends and extended family members. Bring a handful to your holiday gatherings to spread some holiday cheer and show your host some love.
Using felt to create ornaments makes these crafts very kid-friendly. The soft material means fewer papercuts and more smiles. So grab the whole family and get to crafting!
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Easy DIY Felt Ornaments
Get out your sewing kit. These adorable DIY felt ornaments are begging to be hung on your tree. They look delightfully simple and classically Christmas, plus this DIY is suitable for all ages. Just make sure an adult handles the sewing supplies.
Easy DIY Felt Christmas Bunting and Ornaments from Moms Without Answers
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DIY Felt Nordic Christmas Ornaments
Whether you hail from Norway or not, you’ll appreciate these very wintry tree ornaments. Using red and white felt, embroidery thread, and some festive ribbon, you can easily make these crafty decorations. Even better, gather your friends and family to make them together for a fun holiday activity.
DIY Nordic-Inspired Christmas Decorations from Wallflower Kitchen
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While these ornaments aren’t overtly Christmas-y, we still think they’re incredibly pretty and joyful. They’ll definitely add a pop of color to your tree.
Day 11: Twelve Days of Ornaments - Floral DIY Felt Ornament from At Charlotte’s House
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Follow this tutorial to make your very own felt gingerbread men and gnome ornaments. We love these holiday-themed decorations. They’ll look great on your tree, and they make perfect gifts for friends and family!Continue to 5 of 16 below.
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Intricately Twisted Felt Ornament
Ogee is a term you don’t hear very often, but its meaning is simple. It’s a double continuous S-shape. The twisted pieces of S-shaped felt make a very unique design. Customize it using felt in a variety of colors— it’s the perfect ornament for any holiday.
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DIY Camera Ornament
If you’re a photography aficionado, you must make this craft. If you’re not, you must make one for the photography aficionado in your life. It’s just too cute not to make! You only need a few easy-to-find supplies and this blogger provides a free pattern to follow.
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Felt Whale Ornament
No one can deny the fact that this DIY ornament is absolutely adorable. And if you love the sea, it’s even better. Kids will love making this craft, too. Once they’re done, they can give their new whale pal a name and pick a perfect place for them on the Christmas tree.
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DIY Felt Owl
To make this owl three-dimensional, you’ll need to stuff it and hand stitch the sides together. To make this craft kid-friendly, simply make your owl two-dimensional, using only one piece of felt. Voila!Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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Monogrammed Ornament DIY
Monograms are classic and timeless. These easy handmade felt monogram ornaments will add style to your tree this year, and you can even make one for each family member.
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Modern Felt Ornaments
There are two types of people—those who go all in on bright, festive holiday decorations and those who tone them down, aiming for a simple look. This craft is definitely for the latter. These elegant handmade Scandinavian ornaments are stylish and modern.
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Felt Christmas Tree
Nothing says “Christmas” quite like a Christmas tree. That’s why this mini felt tree makes the perfect ornament to hang on yours. It’s cute, it’s festive, and all ages and abilities can join in on the DIY fun.
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Embroidered Felt Wool Balls
Unlike many other felt crafts, these DIY ornaments are not made from felt sheets. Instead, they’re made from felted wool balls. It’s a little time-consuming, but the finished ornaments are oh-so-festive and will add the perfect amount of Christmas cheer to your tree. This easy-to-follow tutorial will walk you through every step along the way.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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DIY Felt Unicorn Ornament
Be careful with this photo pulled up on your computer screen. As soon as your kids see it, they won’t stop begging you to make these ornaments with them.
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Scandinavian Christmas Ornaments
No matter what country you hail from, you’ll love these Scandinavian-inspired ornaments. They’re minimal, but still have tons of holiday spirit. These felt ornaments aren’t explicitly for Christmas, either. Feel free to leave them up all winter long.
DIY Scandinavian Style Christmas Decorations from Tea and a Sewing Machine
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Simple Felt Ornaments
Use a paper-cutting tool—or, if you have excellent handwriting, your own skills—to add cute words and phrases onto ornament-shaped felt pieces. These ornaments will match anyone’s holiday decor, making them perfect gifts.
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Easy DIY Ornament Tutorial
Perhaps the best thing about this DIY is just how customizable everything is. Choose your favorite felt colors, your favorite shapes, and some fun extra decorations. Then, simply follow this tutorial to make your own easy felt ornaments. Everyone will love making these!
Easy Felt Christmas Ornaments Tutorial With Free Printable Pattern from The Artisan Life