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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

A sewVery Simple Christmas Tree Ornament Tutorial

I'm joining in the fun today at Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom's Holiday Sewing Blog Tour. With Christmas just around the corner, I'm finding that my sewing time has become very limited since I have additional shopping and baking to do plus school programs and events to attend.  I needed a quick project that would help me keep my sanity during this stressful time plus help me decorate the tree and add a little something extra to wrapped gifts.

Using my sewVery Simple Christmas Tree Ornament Tutorial, you can make over a dozen of these cute decorations in a matter of minutes!  Here's how:

See how simple that was?  I wasn't kidding!  If you like the Christmas Tree Ornament, then you'll love the entire collection of my sewVery Simple Ornament Tutorials!  Just click the pictures to go to the tutorials.

There are lots more projects coming up in the Holiday Sewing Blog Tour over at Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom.  Plus, be sure to enter Jamie's giveaway of a Brother 1034D Serger (same kind I use) before December 20th!

If you missed yesterday's project, then head over to Welcome to the Mouse House to see Hayley's Picture Pocket Pillow, and be sure to check in tomorrow with Domestic Bliss Squared for an American Girl doll skirt tutorial.  

Happy holidays, and have fun sewing!

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  1. I think the Santa hat one may be my favorite. :) This would be a great beginning sewing project ofr my girls. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Erin, all these ornament tutorials would be great projects to do with your children! There's minimal sewing, and in fact, you could probably make them all with a hot glue gun or fabric glue in lieu of stitching! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Looks very easy to make, Veronica and so, so cute.

    1. Thanks, Pam! These are incredibly easy to make!

  3. These are absolutely adorable! Thanks for participating in the Holiday Sewing Tour!


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