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DIY Fabric Covered Tree Ornaments

Learn how to make these darling DIY Fabric Covered Tree Ornaments for a sweet handmade gift this Christmas.

fabric covered tree ornament

Our latest Minted blog post is as simple as it gets! Learn how to make these fabric covered ornaments using fabric, Mod Podge and paper mâché tree ornaments you find at the craft store (or Etsy). These would make sweet gift toppers for holiday gifts too. Just think of the possibilities!

DIY Fabric Covered Tree Ornaments

These ornaments would be wonderful to make with the kids as well. If making with little ones, you can pre cut the fabric to fit the trees and have the kids use paint brushes to spread on Mod Podge. Any grandparent would love to receive a kid-made ornament this year!

We used fabric from minted’s collection. But using fabric scraps is perfect as well. We have even used old tea towels and thrifted fabrics.

How thoughtful would it be to use an old dish towel or bandana from family and gift it to your mom or grandma?! Now that is taking handmade to the next level!

DIY Fabric Covered Tree Ornaments

Head over to Minted’s blog, Julep for the full DIY fabric covered tree ornament tutorial.

Handmade Holiday Ornaments

There is something so special about giving a handmade gift. We love making handmade ornaments for Christmas! Here are a few more of our favorites:

DIY Marbled Indigo Ornaments – All you need are plain white ornaments and some nail polish to get this marbled look!

DIY Clay Rainbow Ornaments – how sweet are these painted rainbows. You could do any color palette you’d like. We used air dry clay. which is a favorite crafting tool!

DIY Mod Painted Ornaments – take small wood ornaments and add color blocking with bright paint colors!

DIY Moon Phase Clay Ornaments – another air dry clay ornament we are in love with!

DIY Clay Stamped Ornaments – personalize clay ornaments with alphabet stamps!

DIY Paper Ornaments

DIY Wood Bead Snowflake Ornament

DIY Initial Ornament

DIY Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

DIY Silhouette Ornaments

DIY God’s Eye Ornament

DIY Fabric Covered Tree Ornaments

What are your favorite handmade ornaments to make? Let use know in the comments!

Photos by Sara Albers.

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  1. Oh my gosh those are cute! I will be making some.

  2. These ornaments are so charming! Look’s like an easy and less expensive alternative to normal ornaments, I’ll definitely be making some for this Christmas!

  3. Hi!, These Christmas trees are so cute! They are so easy and turn out to have a really nice end result! They will 100 percent be displayed on my Christmas tree! Thank you!

    P.S Your blog is really nice!! But I was wondering why you named it Alice and Lois, in your bio it said that wasn’t your names so I was just wondering! Thank you again! ❤️

  4. Hi-
    Where did you find these cardboard Christmas trees? I have searched the internet and can’t seem to find them anywhere! Please, help!!

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