Every year on Thanksgiving weekend my girls and I spend some time working on Christmas crafts and a decor project or two. This year will be no exception and I hope to share with you some of our projects in the next week or so. While on a search for some fun things to do I ran across some really cute Embroidery hoop ornaments that I want to share with you in case you also do a craft of two this weekend or even anytime during the Christmas season.
Below are some of the projects that I found that I loved. What’s great about these projects is there is no limit to your imagination. Let your mind think creatively. If you don’t have a certain fabric and don’t want to buy it look around your home. Don’t have an old plaid shirt, use a fabric plaid napkin. No felt, use burlap for your base. Don’t limit yourself.
I think these Chalk Hoop Ornaments by Flamingo Toes are my very favorite that I’m sharing today. I LOVE the pom poms on the edge and the black and white contrast.
Look at these cute ornaments made out of recycled sweaters posted on BHG. I Love them! They would be cute on a Christmas tree.
Here is a cute felt ornament by Check out girl crafts. Your imagination could go wild with felt.
I LOVE nativity crafts! I really love the simplicity of this Nativity ornament by Blue By You Etsy shop
Obsessive Crafting Disorder created these fun fabric ornaments. She has several ideas that she shares. It’s definitely worth checking them out.
These embroidered ornaments are very simple but lovely. You could do them in any color to compliment your decor. You can find the directions on Thirty Handmade Days.
Here’s a cute twist on an embroidery hoop ornament found on Popper & Mimi– A Snow Globe Shaker Ornament. There is a great tutorial on how to make these.
I love the rustic look of these holiday hoop ornaments by City Farmhouse. I think it would be great to recycle an old plaid flannel shirt.
Here is another set of cute fabric ornaments by Country Kitty. She doesn’t include a tutorial but you could use a kids coloring book as a pattern.
The following are not ornaments but wall decor. You could easily shrink the pattern and make into ornaments. This idea was linked up to the Project Party by Suburble.
Here is another super quick and CHEAP Christmas decor project I made last year that you need to check out: