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Thursday, December 15, 2011

{Homemade in December} Fluffy Fabric Ornament

 This post originally appeared on Delicate Construction
as a guest post. I wanted to share it with you in case you missed it.





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Hello Lovelies! I am so excited to be here on Delicate Construction, sharing one of my Simple Christmas Ornament ideas. My name is Danielle and my bloggy home is

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I am one of Michelle's co-hosts in Homemade in December and we have quite a month planned for all of you. Between the Christmas Link Carnival and the Pajama-rama Contest we have a lot of fun planned for all of our readers!

I love to blog about family, crafts, sewing, cooking, home school, re-purposing...
basically anything that lets me use my creativity.....
Now that you know a bit about me, how about we get crafting...

I am so excited to be here as a guest during Michelle's Ornament week.I have a VERY simple ornament to share. This was one that was easy to make while watching Harry Potter with my Littles. I love projects like this, where you just pop in a video and craft while watching a favorite movie. It is kinda THE BEST!

Here is what you need....

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  • Scrap Christmas Fabric
  • Pins
  • Styrofoam balls
  • Scissors

Now let's get started....

1. Cut out a BUNCH of circles
seriously a bunch......
you'll need them


2. Take one circle at a time..
fold it in half and then again...
like so....

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3. Pin the corner into your ball

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4. Continue to do this...
over and over again...
this is why you're watching a movie...
you will need some entertainment..
haha!

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5. Your ball will start to get puffy


6. This is what it will look like it when you separate your circles.

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7. Continue to add circles until your ball is completely full
Then enjoy your new Fancy Shamancy Ornament.

Or give it to a friend for Christmas...

This one is finding a new Home with my Mom..
I can't wait to give it to her!

Now you go make one...
It's super easy!

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I hope you all enjoyed this simple ornament tutorial.
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