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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Felt Rose Christmas Tree Ornament

Ok, here is one last frugal (cheap) Christmas craft for this year!  This time I branched out and found my inspiration and supplies in the $1.00 section of Michaels. 

Christmas tree shapes $1.00 for ring of 5
         cardboard shapes and measure 6"
Striped contact paper $1.00
Felt - already had on hand, but only cost
         29. for each sheet

This ornament is so easy and quick, a perfect rainy day holiday craft project with your kiddos.  First step, remove Christmas trees from ring, then remove enough of the back off the contact paper to cover your tree shape, both back and front.
Now that super duper easy step is done it's time to decorate.  I decided to cut scalloped shaped strips of the bright green felt and glued down on the tree. 
Then I started creating my three little felt roses, by first cutting felt circles, which you then cut into spirals.  Next you simply start rolling the spirals into a rose shape.  Now cut little leaf shapes.  Attach your roses and leaves to your little trees and once they are nice and dry start applying glue for your glitter!

Happy Holidays and Happy Crafting!


  1. Super cute! I can definately whip some up as gifts this year. :)

    I'd love for you to link up and share:

  2. love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love this darling idea; I just found your blog and following--and off to see more of your creative talent (love the candles you did previous posting); gorgeous inspiration. I have you on my sidebar. Merry Christmas!

  4. Beautiful! When I'm visiting a linky party and I see something that catches my eye, I guess I should no longer be surprised when I click on the project and end up on your blog! :)

  5. Oh those are SUPER cute! They remind me of Mary Englebreit designs. Great job!

  6. How simple, how pretty, how easy. So happy you shared how to do. Thanks for sharing over at Sunday's Best and happy holidays!