Kid-Friendly Fabric Tree Ornaments
"Here’s an easy ornament even the littlest ones can craft with minimal adult help, while they also build fine motor skills with steps like tying knots and adhering sequins. A fine coating of Glitter Dust at the end, applied by you, really makes them sparkle!"
Age GroupToddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School
Project TypeMake a Project
- Fabric scraps, 6”x6”, torn roughly into 1.5”-wide strips
- Tree branches or sticks, trimmed to 6” or desired length
- Fancy ornament hooks
- Metallic ribbon
- Sequins or other embellishments to decorate trees
- Zots Medium Adhesive Dots (Therm O Web)
- Gold Glitter Dust Spray (Therm O Web)
Finished Size: 6” long
Tie your fabric strips to a stick until you like the way it looks.
Attach the ornament hook to the top of the tree by twisting it tight.
Ask a grown-up to help you trim your fabric with scissors to make a tree shape.
Use ribbon to tie a bow around the top of your tree.
Tear off a strip of Zots and lay it on the table with the sticky side facing up. Press a sequin onto each sticky dot to make a sheet of sequin stickers. Peel off sequin stickers and stick to your tree.
Ask a grown-up to take the trees outside to spray them with Glitter Dust spray. Let them dry.
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