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Deck the halls with some of these Christmas decorating ideas! You can easily turn your house into a festive home this holiday season with these 18 homemade Christmas decorations.

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The Prettiest Fabric Ornaments

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For great Christmas decoration ideas, try making The Prettiest Fabric Ornaments. These lovely ornaments are so simple to make. Fabric ornaments will give your tree an old-fashioned rustic feel. There's no need for flashiness here, just a little handiwork and a lot of Christmas spirit. Best of all, you won't have to worry about these ornaments breaking if they fall off the tree or get tossed around in a box. These DIY Christmas crafts are just the thing to bring the family together.
 

The Prettiest Fabric Ornaments

Materials:

  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Green Curry
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Pool
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Geranium
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Putty
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Deep Sea
  • Martha Stewart Crafts ® Holiday Icons Laser-Cut Stencils
  • Muslin fabric
  • Twine
  • Batting
  • Cream embroidery floss
  • Zigzag scissors
  • Scissors
  • Cardstock
  • Stencil brush
  • Sewing needle
  • Craft glue
  • Purple disappearing marker

Instructions:

  1. Make a 3-½” circle paper stencil from the cardstock. Stencil each color listed above except for the Putty onto the muslin fabric. Allow each to dry.
     
  2. Stencil the holiday icons onto each circle in Putty. Allow to dry.
     
  3. Make a 4-1/8” circle template from the cardstock. Place the template over the stenciled icons and make a circle with the disappearing ink marker. Cut out the circle.
     
  4. Make another 4-1/8” circle with the disappearing ink marker on plain muslin. Using the zigzag scissors, cut out this circle slightly larger then where the mark of the pen is.
     
  5. Place a small amount of batting onto the plain circle. Place the painted circle on top and stitch together around the raw edges.
     
  6. Cut a piece of twine and glue in between the circle.

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