These fabric Christmas ornaments are just adorable. I love how unique they are and perfect for using up fabric scraps. The glittery Mod Podge gives a fun finish to a beautiful DIY Christmas ornament.
Fabric Christmas Ornaments tutorial-
This was a great project for using up smaller scraps of Christmas fabric I had left over for previous Christmas Projects. I’ve got a full photo tutorial for you as well as a video if you scroll down..
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Grab your fabric scraps and cut into long-thin strips.. I recommend 1/3″ strips. If they are too wide they won’t wrap well around the points of the stars.
Put a bit of the Mod Podge on the ornament to stick the fabric and start wrapping.
I wrapped each point first. Continue using the mod podge to connect each piece of fabric and also to make it stick to the ornament.
Then fill in the main part of the ornament. A round form would be pretty simple to wrap, but the stars were so worth it!!
Cover the entire ornament with the glitter mod podge and let dry over night.
I dried them on a dowel. Make them into a garland or hang all on your tree. Make lots of different colors or just a few like I did.
You can see more about how I made these adorable fabric ornaments in this video.. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway and check out a few other projects before you leave!!
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