Hi Everyone!!

Sat down the other day and quickly made some some adorable Christmas star ornaments. I love homemade ornaments that have that not so homemade look to them! I made mine how of linen scraps I had lying around as well as some glitter cotton when I think looks amazing on my neutral themed tree this year. 

Thanks so much for reading and I will be talking to you all soon :) 

Melanie 
oxoxox


Supplies:
Fabric Scraps
Fusible Fleece (Optional)
Thread
Star Template (Download Here) 
From your star template, cut out two fabric stars and one out of the fusible fleece. This is optional but I like the more stable look it gives to the ornaments. 
Fuse your fleece to the wrong side of one of your fabric stars. You could also use just regular fusible interfacing for this step. 
Lay your pieces together right sides facing and stitch around your star leaving a small opening. 
Match use to trim all your corners and points to reduce bulk!
Flip right side out and give it a really good press. Make sure to turn your opening edges to the inside. 
Sorry for the blur in this photo :/
First stitch around your stars outer edge and using your star template and create the decorative lines toward the center of your star! 

When hanging these stars on my tree I just thread my ornament hanger through some of the stitches! 

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Ginger
12/06/2016 11:19pm

Thanks. Those are cute

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Melanie
12/07/2016 10:36am

Thanks!!!

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Your artistic ideas are so unique. I like this Christmas tree ornament DIY with the complete detail you shared here. It's good to find such amazing tutorials to use it for our home decoration.

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Your artistic ideas are so unique. I like this Christmas tree ornament DIY with the complete detail you shared here. It's good to find such amazing tutorials to use it for our home decoration.

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03/01/2017 11:30am

This is a great opportunity to decorate your house with your own hands and win the competition. We salute you!

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