Advent Tree Felt Ornaments Part 2

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Here is my second offering of handmade felt ornaments! Out of this batch, I am most proud of my Elf on the Shelf!

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First up however, we have a Hello Kitty for my middle daughter – Leia. I chose this one because her initials are L.O.V.E and she is a Hello Kitty fanatic 🙂 I got the image here: Hello Kitty Coloring Pages and simply resized them within a word document so that I would have enough copies of the image to make the pieces I needed. I know Hello Kitty’s bow is usually red, but since Leia loves the color green, I chose to further make this hers by making it green.

 

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This is my favourite! It is far from perfect, but I am so very pleased with it! I found it hard to find decent looking clip art online, so when I was in Joanns the other day, I grabbed a small candy container, scanned it into my computer and made my own template from that. Once again I used a word document to size the pictures the way I wanted, and then cut out the appropriate pieces.  No, does it look like a perfect representation of an elf on the shelf? No… it’s eyes are too close for one thing, but my girls think that it looks like our Judy Elf, which is all that I was aiming for!!

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I love Matryoshka Dolls. I decided that our advent tree needed one. It turned out so well and I got to learn how to do chain stitch to make it! You can too… I learnt it on this youtube video: Chain Stitch. I got the pattern for this doll here: Matryoshka Doll Ornament. It was fun to make and very striking! Definately in my top 10 favourites 🙂

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The last two are two traditional(ish) Christmas tree ornaments.  Like the patterns creator I decided to keep things simple with them, and I think they are lovely and festive! I got the pattern for them here: Vintage Felt Baubles found at Bugs and Fishes. I am loving a lot of her patterns – so go and show her some love!

If you are curious about my first set of ornaments, you can find it here: Felt Christmas Ornaments

 

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About anasilanishtar

Busy mother of five daughters, I baked and craft as a way to relax. I enjoy crochet, bread baking, cookie baking and anything to do with re-purposing oreos.

Posted on December 1, 2013, in sewing - holidays and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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