Well Christmas is fast approaching and in exaclty one weeks time, Mum and I will be drawing close to Dubbo on our 2 day drive to Melbourne.
These are three styles of ornaments I have made so far, little plum puddings (which I need to find some tiny holly to add to the top), Christmas Trees and Stars inspired by Jenny at All Sorts.
You can click on the image to see the ornaments larger. The Christmas Tree is by far the easiest to make, just 2 roughly cut triangles for the tree and a thin folded strip of felt for the trunk. The tree which is shown here I have done little bullion stitches, which Mum says look like little gold grubs :), on another one I have done quite primitive cross stitches. The Plum Pudding probably takes the longest time due to the cutting and stitching on of the icing. I did not like cutting out the stars but they do look so cute especially as I reduced the pattern that Jenny provides so some of them measuere 2″ across instead of the usual 4″, so cute 🙂
That is ornament installment part 1, I have a couple more styles that I am working on currently and most of my present shopping is done 🙂
3 Replies to “Christmas Ornaments Part 1”
These are so cute Helen, my fave is the plum pudding (of course lol)
What cute ornaments!!
Way to cute Helen. I have a bunch of tiny holy I found at the cheapo shop, so if you can’t find any let me know and I will post you some!