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Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments

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Looking for easy Christmas ornament crafts? Try this fantastic project from Cecilia Jorcin! Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments look great and add a touch of class to any tree.

Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments

Materials:

Round Fabric Christmas Ornament
 

  • styrofoam balls
  • scraps of fabric
  • cutter or scissors
  • regular thread
  • pen
  • ribbons and gold cord

Instructions:

  1. Take 1 styrofoam ball. Mark the point at the top and bottom. Circle the ball with the thread using the top and bottom points as a reference. Use a pen to mark the line.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornament
     
  2. Remove the thread and repeat the previous step to make 2 more lines around the ball. So that the ball is divided in 6 sections.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  3. Using the cutter or scissors make a cut a slit (just a few millimeters deep) following the lines.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  4. Cut the fabric as directed in the pattern (the size of the pieces of fabric will depend on the size of the ball so make sure you enlarge or shrink the pattern as you need).

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  5. Use the dull knife to press the edges of the fabric into the ball.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  6. Add the rest of the piece until complete the ball.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  7. Take a piece of ribbon (long enough to circle the ball 3 times). Fold the ribbon in half and mark the middle point. Hot glue the middle of the ribbon to the bottom of the ball. Circle the ball with the ribbon to cover one slit.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  8. When you reach the top, turn the ball and repeat the process to the next slit.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  9. When you reach the bottom, turn the ball again and cover the last slit.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  10. When you reach the top cut the excess of ribbon and hot glue to fix in place.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments
     
  11. Add a gold cord to hang. You can sew it or slip it under the ribbon before you hot glue it to the top of the ball.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments

Notes:

  1. This pattern only works if you divide the ball into 6 sections.
     
  2. You may need to enlarge or shrink the pattern depending on the size of the styrofoam ball.
     
  3. Before you cut the fabric; I recommend you to check that the size and shape is correct for the sections in the ball you chose.

Pattern:

  1. You can use this pattern to cut the pieces of fabric.

    Round Fabric Christmas Ornaments

 

 

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Dec 6, 2010

GOSTEI MUITO DA IDIA DE ENVOLER O TRABALHO COM FITAS. FICA MUITO MAIS REFINADO DO QE APENAS ENVOLVER COM TECIDO. PARABNS PELA CRIATIVIDADE. ABRAOS

 

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