Well, tomorrow is the last day for a tutorial on the t-shirt rosette flowers.
I hope you have enjoyed them :)
I certainly enjoyed making the items and sharing them with you, dear friends.
I made some cute Christmas ornaments using t-shirts
and applied the t-shirt rosettes to them.
Do you realize Christmas is only 2 months away!
Time to get started on Christmas crafts :)
Yes, we have some snow...and I LOVE it! :)
It actually started snowing while I was outside taking these pictures.
My sweet son is ready to go sledding...so am I.
When I was done taking pictures,
I had a cozy fire burning and a freshly brewed pot of coffee awaiting my return.
So lovely :)
This was the first time our Rosie-Girl experienced snow and she actually enjoyed it.
Okay enough of my rambling
and onto the ornament tutorial.
3 inch Styrofoam balls
t-shirts or any kind of fabric
embroidery floss or string
Click on this link:
for the tutorial.
Cut your fabric into strips.
I used a smaller t-shirt so I had to cut 3 strips that were 43 inches long and 2 inches wide.
And one more strip that was 21 1/2 inches long and 2 inches wide.
This covered the whole Styrofoam ball.
This is the same concept as the t-shirt flowers.
You fold the end into a triangle and hot glue it on to the Styrofoam ball.
Twist and hot glue.
When you get to the end of one strip, this is what you do.
When you get to the end just tuck it in and hot glue down.
Using your needle and embroidery floss,
make a loop to hang your ornament from the Christmas tree.
And that's it.
So go create some beautiful Christmas ornaments :)
This snowman is my absolute favorite.
I used a strip of t-shirt fabric and tied it on for his scarf.
His white hat is a twisted rosette.
And these ornaments look beautiful if you don't want to put anything on them.
They would even look cute in a pretty glass bowl on the table.
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