Handmade Holidays Nov. 11: Ornament Time

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Stitch up something special and put your personality on the tree this year! We have merry-making projects for every skill level.

Today’s Guest Curator: Annette Huval from OliverRabbit

From Annette: Hello! It’s Annette from OliverRabbit. I’m so glad you’re here.

Welcome to my collective of ornament tutorials, recipes and printables curated just for you! Decorating the tree at my house is a festive event full of family tradition and cherished memories. Naturally, I embraced this project with joy. On my blog I share stories about the magic of making something. The past few weeks have been full of discovery and delight– an engaging exchange of invitations and emails. I’ve learned some great techniques and made new friends. In the spirit of holiday giving, I’m happy to bring you these wonderful projects shared by people whose work I admire. We hope you are inspired to give the gift of hand-made.

Many of the projects below are created with wool felt. Over at OliverRabbit I design patterns and write tutorials for sewing with this dreamy textile. My Wool Felt Lesson Series offers some great sewing tips. I also wrote about the Advantages of Using Pure Wool Felt for Softies for Sew Mama Sew earlier this year. Shown here is my newest Santa Doll Pattern sample; he is far more photogenic than I am! You can sign up for my newsletter and follow my passion for wool felt projects on my website, OliverRabbit.com. Do come visit!

A special thank-you and warm holiday wishes to everyone involved. Let’s sew something!

Make It

Stitch A Felt Christmas Bauble
We kick off the ornament collection with special thanks to Lauren of Molly and Mama (2014’s Deck the Halls Curator) for creating this glamorous tutorial, Stitch A Felt Christmas Bauble, just for us. We can’t wait to make one!

Felt Matryoyshka Doll Ornament
It’s always a pleasure to feature work from Wendi at Shiny Happy World. Her tutorials are fabulous and full of helpful resources. Showcase your embroidery skills with this charming Felt Matryoyshka Doll ornament.

We also have Matryoshka Doll Finger Puppets from Victoria from Little Black Duck at Sew Mama Sew, just in case you want a matching set!

Primitive Felt Cat Ornament
Meow! As cute on the back as it is on the front, curator Annette Huval from Oliver Rabbit brings you this Primitive Felt Cat Ornament. It’s a perfect first project for a budding felt-lover.

Little Joys Scrap Holiday Ornament
These Little Joys Scrap Holiday Ornament made their debut at spring Quilt Market this year when designer Elea Lutz introduced her Little Joys fabric collection. It’s a fun, festive project with endless possibilities for those fabric scraps!

Felt Mushroom Ornament
Created to compliment a collection of woodland critters, this darling Felt Mushroom Ornament from Kelli and Gerta at Squishy-Cute Designs stitches up quickly! It’s a great hand-sewing project for beginners, using simple embroidery stitches.

Hand-Stitched Felt Ornaments
Helen from Angharad’s Hand-Stitched Felt Ornaments are easy to make, and perfect for gift toppers too. You’ll want to make a full set!

Gumball Machine Ornament
Sweeten up the tree! The kids will love this unique Gumball Machine Ornament from Stephanie at Imagine Our Life. It’s so colorful and fun!

You could even whip up a matching Great Gumball Challenge Game from Farah Wolfe, author of Sew and Play: Handmade Games for Kids, with our free pattern and tutorial at Sew Mama sew.

Mini Christmas Tree Quilt Ornament
If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at quilting this Mini Christmas Tree Quilt Ornament, from Amy at Diary of a Quilter, is a great project to explore. Learn half-square triangles, points, layering and a touch of hand quilting in this lovely, last-minute Christmas project.

Related tutorials you might enjoy: 10 Favorite Christmas Ornaments, More Ornaments, Woodland Ornaments

Mix It

Christmas Grinch Juice
You might agree with Jill of Sandy Toes and Popsicles that no Christmas is complete without candy canes and the beloved Dr. Suess! Serve up her Christmas Grinch Juice for big-hearted smiles.

Hot Chocolate Mix
Here is Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix with printable coasters, recipes and gift tags, all in one! Warm up with this yummy classic brought to you by Jessica and her team at Botanical Paperworks.

Print It

Happy Christmas Printables
Look no further! This beautiful collection of Happy Christmas Printables, from illustrator Marilyn Scott-Waters at The Toy Maker, features her playful imagery merged with traditional Christmas motifs. It’s sheer delight!

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Lotta Jansdotter Everyday Style: Key Pieces to Sew + Accessories, Styling, and Inspiration

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Photographed over the course of a year in her life in New York, Tennessee, India, and Sweden and organized by season, Jansdotter shares her sources of inspiration and how she and her friends mix and match her key pieces while working, play- ing, resting, and traveling. Lotta Jansdotter Everyday Style brings Jansdotter’s infectious and sought-after sense of style to new followers and longtime devotees alike.

Check out our 2014 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.

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197 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 11: Ornament Time

  1. Ari in NJ says:

    The mushroom’s adorable!

  2. Deidre in Canada! says:

    Mushroom and cats — purrfect!

  3. Donna in Tx says:

    Wow! Love those ornaments. I think I need to pick something to do each month and try to space out
    all of these great projects.

  4. Cindy Pilkington says:

    The gum all machine ornament is soooo creative!

  5. So many fun and cute ideas!!!!

  6. Teresa @Aurea's Kitchen says:

    I love felt ornaments!!!

  7. Aimee in IN says:

    I love the Felt Matryoyshka Doll Ornament!

  8. Amanda in TX says:

    The gumball machines are so cute! 🙂

  9. Christine in CA says:

    I love the gumball ornament…super cute! I can’t wait to get one stitched up and on my tree!

  10. Judi B in VA says:

    I’m a total sucker for felt ornaments. The Matryoshka doll is lovely.

  11. Kimberly S says:

    Great ideas. Thanks.

  12. Emily K in AL says:

    Love the classic hand stitched felt ornaments!

  13. Cary in VA says:

    The felt cat ornament is so cute!!

  14. Stephanie says:

    Awh, great ideas!

  15. Jeni in IN says:

    That mushroom! <3

  16. L in NJ says:

    the doll is so cute!

  17. Linda L. says:

    I like the felt ornaments.

  18. Donna says:

    I have a bunch of 3″ hoops I’ve been wondering how to use. The Little Joys fabric pieced ornaments are perfect! Thank you for the great ideas!

  19. Katie K says:

    Our tree is about to get some mushrooms and gumball machines…

  20. Amy in IL says:

    Love the felt ornaments. This is a fun day. Love all the cute ornaments.

  21. DebbieKL in NY says:

    The Bauble is very neat!

  22. Deanne says:

    The printables are delightful.

  23. Mandi says:

    That gumball machine – so cute!

  24. Rena - from GA says:

    I’m going to need more trees for all my handmade ornaments.

  25. Nicole in Indianaw says:

    I love that little tree ornament! Those are definitely going on my to-do list!

  26. Lydia in WA says:

    The gumball machine and the matroyshka doll are wonderful.

  27. Shannon in WA says:

    These look like perfect little stitching tasks to occupy ones self during after-hours movies with the hubby 🙂 love the mushie and gumball and matryoska and bauble…love them all.

  28. kim t. says:

    mmmmm. hot cocoa mix.

  29. Emilyplays in WA says:

    Love felt ornaments & that wee mushroom is perfect!!

  30. kathyh in OR says:

    My daughter always loves homemade cocoa mix.

  31. Kati M says:

    I can’t pick a favorite!! Lots of cute ones.

  32. jenny says:

    more great ideas, thanks

  33. Mandi in MO says:

    The Matryoyshka Doll ornament is lovely! My brother lived in Russia for a few years, and he will love this!

  34. Vicki (from UK) says:

    I always make a Christmas ornament for friends children so this will keep me busy! Thanks for the inspiration

  35. Morgan in NY says:

    Xmas ornaments are one of my favorite crafting traditions. Love the inspiring ideas here!

  36. What a wonderful array of Holiday Ideas. The hot chocolate mix with gift tags and coaster is a perfect gift for kids and adults!

  37. Cristine in tx says:

    The matryoshka doll and gum ball ornaments are too cute!

  38. Elise in GA says:

    With a toddler the fabric ornament are perfect!

  39. Judy in Oregon says:

    Your ornaments are so cute and sweet!

  40. Melissa Meinhard says:

    These are so cute! Looks like I will have to go felt shopping soon for supplies 😉

  41. Brie says:

    Adorable toadstool!

  42. Nancy McKenzie says:

    As always, I love this blog! Great ideas!

  43. karen in CA USA says:

    One word: Kitty!

  44. Audrey says:

    Handmade ornaments are just the best!!

  45. Laura in MD says:

    That gumball ornament! Super cute.

  46. Deanna says:

    Those trees are darling!

  47. Whitner in AL says:

    These are so cute – and most of them look like my girls could make them – lots of great time spent with felt makes my time in the kitchen much easier!

  48. Angie in LA says:

    Love felted ornaments. Maybe this year I’ll actually make a few – thanks!

  49. Ramona from MI says:

    So many cute ornaments. I love to make ornaments.

  50. Jenn in SD says:

    I love Handmade Holidays!

  51. Cinnamom in MN says:

    I love that nesting doll!

  52. Shannon P In CO says:

    I love the little mushroom ornament!

  53. Gina F. in Hawaii says:

    Ah! That felt mushroom is irresistible!

  54. Tonia Jeffery in Oregon says:

    The gumball machine and mushroom are so cute!

  55. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    Oooh my kindergartener would love making the gumball machine with me!

  56. I feel like this is a to do list! Thank you!

  57. The collection of printables is adorable!

  58. Elizabeth says:

    Great ideas! I love making new ornaments as gifts every year.

  59. Fun list! I would love, love, love to win Lotta’s book!

  60. Ginger in NJ says:

    SO MANY cute ideas! But my kids are older and won’t be around at Christmas so I probably won’t even put up a tree! Maybe I’ll make a felt tree to hang on the wall and make a bunch of pretty felt ornaments to put on it?

  61. Cassie in MO says:

    That mushroom ornament is adorable!

  62. Rebecca says:

    with 12 grandchildren all under the age of 13, the ornaments would be fun to make for each. thank you

  63. Jenna in MA says:

    These are great! I have two little boys, so all our breakable ornaments are in deep storage for a few more years. Unbreakable ornaments are great!

  64. Judith in AZ says:

    Enjoyed reading your blog. Lots of fun Christmas ideas. Also appreciate the chance to win some wonderful prizes.

  65. Kristin says:

    The little felt ornaments are adorable!

  66. Carissa in CO says:

    The gumball machine is really cute! ! 🙂

  67. Linda Fleming says:

    Wonderful ornaments!
    I love the story about the first Santa you made!

  68. Jayne TN says:

    Cutest little ornaments! It’s been a long time since I made an ornament, but these make me want to try!

  69. What a great bunch of ornaments. I love those patchwork trees, but I may have to start with the matryoshka dolls! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  70. cynthia says:

    cute ideas! going to try the hot chocolate mix today

  71. Shawna from NJ says:

    Love the ornaments and the website Imagine our Life is one of my favorites!

  72. Lizzie in Sweden says:

    Wow! You really gathered a lot of super cute ornaments here! Pinning the trees and cats right away….:)

  73. Lee in MI says:

    Such a pretty array of ornaments to make! I love the Printable today too!

  74. Beth in MI says:

    Love the little hoops, and the trees!

  75. I am so digging the felt bauble. I was just drooling over some mid-century glass ornaments today and this is a great replacement for the breakable ones.

  76. Nice ornaments! 🙂

  77. Becky says:

    I’m hoping to continue my mom’s tradition of making each of us kids a handmade ornament each year to put away for when we grew up, as a Christmas decoration starter kit. So this is perfect!

  78. joan says:

    I make all my grandkids an ornament every year. Got some new ideas. Thanks.

  79. Martha in WA says:

    I have had those hand-stitched felt ornaments pinned for FOREVER. I just need to get some good wool felt.

  80. Jenny says:

    I LOVE these ideas!!

  81. Chris says:

    I love the ornaments and we will soon be making hot chocolate because baby it’s cold outside.

  82. Marilyn in WA says:

    I love the grinch juice recipe and the matryoyshka doll – beautiful.

  83. Cathie says:

    Love these ideas.

  84. Melanie in WA says:

    Love those mini tree ornaments!

  85. Robin in Maryland says:

    That cat is fantastic!

  86. Rebecca says:

    i love the gum ball machine

  87. Afton says:

    The gumball machine is classic!

  88. Sarah in Co says:

    I love the mushroom!

  89. Renea at Iowa says:

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway and for sharing all the cute felt ornaments.

  90. beth p says:

    A couple of great books! Thanks for such wonderful giveaways!

  91. Barb b in BC says:

    All those felt ornaments are very cute.

  92. Garilyn in Ohio says:

    Love the mini Christmas tree quilt ornament.

  93. Janelle Thietje-Dunn says:

    Darling ideas & projects!

  94. I love wool felt ornaments and stitcherie. All these ideas are great, love the printables:)

  95. Emily from MT says:

    Gah! These are super cute! What a great ornament roundup! Thank you!

  96. Very cool! Thanks and God bless!

  97. Erin says:

    The gumball one is fun!

  98. Angela in KY says:

    Any of these would look great on my tree or as present toppers!

  99. Kristin says:

    That gumball machine is so cute!

  100. christina in vt says:

    Lotta’s first sewing book is what what brought me back into the fold almost 10 years ago. Yay for Lotta!

  101. Kathy E. says:

    Lots of great ideas in this post! I will be using the Hot Chocolate mix idea for sure!

  102. Cricket in California says:

    Well, that’s it, everyone is getting a matryoshka ornament this year. That is, unless they’re getting an adorable mushroom…

  103. Karen Caves says:

    So many great ornaments!!

  104. Miranda says:

    Thanks for the ideas and giveaway

  105. Anna (64ColorBox) in FL says:

    Such great ornament ideas. I love that grinch juice. I’m going to have to make some for my classroom Christmas party.

  106. fenna says:

    The felt mushroom is adorable!

  107. Sandy in Ohio says:

    The mini Christmas tree ornaments are just what I’ve been looking for.

  108. Joan says:

    Cute! I’ve got the felt ready to make some new ornaments. Thank you for great ideas!

  109. Jim M in NC says:

    Love the classic gifts in a jar like the hot chocolate. And some easy ornaments to do here too.

  110. Such adorable ornaments! Thanks for compiling these tutorials!

  111. ybat in CA says:

    I really like the Hot chocolate mix I think it would make a great gift for a chocolate lover.

  112. Diane in VA says:

    Thank you Annette for curating today…..the felt cat ornament is too too cute. I know plenty of cat ladies that would love one.

  113. Emily C says:

    Love all the ornaments. the Grinch Juice is priceless.

  114. Brenda in NE says:

    The little felt ornaments from Helen of Angharad’s have made it onto my list to make this year. They are absolutely delightful.

  115. Sue from OH says:

    The Felt Matryoyshka Doll Ornament is something I will just have to make. The gumball machine reminds me of a project I did with my Girl Scouts years ago!!! some of those girls are now GS leaders themselves! Maybe they will remember this project and try it with their troops.

  116. Deb H. in PA says:

    I love the Little Joys ornaments.

  117. Judith Martinez says:

    I love the Matryoyshka! I have so many cute ornaments I want to make.

  118. Kelly says:

    Love all the felt ornaments.

  119. Nikkee in wa says:

    Cute ornaments! Lots of ideas!

  120. KL in VA says:

    That Matryoska ornament is darling!

  121. Laura in OH says:

    The felt ornaments are darling. Of course my child loves the cat the best. I guess I will be making another felt cat for her. 🙂

  122. Laurie in CO says:

    Love the little hoops tutorial. May use it this weekend for an ornament exchange.

  123. Patti McGarry in PA says:

    These are such fun ornaments!

  124. Marian from Georgia says:

    So many fun things, not enough time!

  125. Dawn Jones says:

    The felt mushroom is so cute.

  126. jen in OR says:

    Lotta has a new book?!

  127. Allison C says:

    I would love to learn how to upholster!

  128. karen says:

    OMG that hoop ornament is so adorable!!!

  129. Shannon says:

    So cute!

  130. Alana in WA says:

    How fun! That felt mushroom is so adorable. I absolutely adore Lotta Jansdotter, and need to check out her new book 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!

  131. Elena from CA says:

    These are great ideas! I recommend the book Fa La La Felt by Amanda Carestio for some more cute ornament ideas.

  132. Rachel in Utah says:

    You guys do such awesome stuff!

  133. Lisa in CA says:

    I might have to try a nesting doll ornament — it’s so sweet.

  134. Beth in VA says:

    I love making ornaments! And that mushroom is really cute.

  135. Patty says:

    Love that grinch punch!

  136. Cynthia says:

    I love the ornaments!

  137. Cynthia says:

    the printable’s are wonderful!

  138. Claire Ross says:

    Thanks for the ideas. These ornaments are very cute x

  139. Niechelle Wade says:

    I love the felt doll, how ingenious! I am loving pinning all these wonderful ideas!

  140. Kayla says:

    Love these!

  141. Audrey In PA says:

    Love the gumball machine ornaments and the fun game! At first i thought the sequins down the side of the ornament was a zipper pocket…wouldn’t it be cute as a gift card holder…hang it in the tree for a special surprise

  142. Teri says:

    Yay! handmade holidays are the best. Thank you for the opportunity.

  143. Kim says:

    I love the Matryoyshka ornament!

  144. Heidi in SD says:

    I should make a kitty for my daughter!

  145. Sarah J. in OH says:

    I love the gumball machine– so cute (they all are)! Thanks for sharing!

  146. Chiska in WY says:

    What a great list of ornaments! I love that little polar bear too.

  147. Annette, thanks for including my little glitter bauble in this beautiful round up of Christmas ornaments. It’s in some pretty spectacular company! It’s always a pleasure to be featured on Sew Mama Sew, so thanks for having me. And thanks for introducing me to some new makers and blogs too. I’m off to plan my next felt ornament sewing session. Happy holidays!

  148. I love making ornaments because they are small projects that can be finished fairly quickly – and they end up as little works of art! Thanks for the ideas!

  149. Just pinned that adorable felt mushroom ornament!

  150. Kathy h in Pa. says:

    Love all of these ornaments. Hope to make some for my tree this year.

  151. Isabelle in FL says:

    Super cute ornaments! I am totally getting in the Christmas mode (despite our 90 degree, record breaking weather).

  152. Barbara says:

    I think the mushroom ornament is my favorite today. Thanks for sharing!

  153. Anne Marie says:

    I love all these ornaments – such a nice addition to one’s tree.

  154. Bobby Powell says:

    Grinch juice

  155. FRe2bfree says:

    I love Christmas ornaments. I’d like to try the quilted ones.

  156. Michelle Smith in Michigan says:

    I love all the ornament ideas!

    Michelle in Michigan

  157. Robin E. in AZ says:

    So.many.super.cute.things! Thank you.

  158. Eleanor in NC says:

    I want to make them all!

  159. JMJ in IN says:

    Let me get my felt out and I’ll be busy for a while!

  160. Jane Hill says:

    Mt sister and I are going to make Christmas tree ornaments for the family this year and these tutorials will be great. Thank you

  161. --anu says:

    Every year I make a few ornaments and attach them on top of packages for some special people. It is a lot of fun to come up with a fitting ornament for a particular person on a particular year 🙂

  162. Annette says:

    I make new ornaments every year. Thanks for the great tutorials!

  163. Ashlyn in Colorado says:

    The Felt Matryoyshka Doll Ornament is so intricate and gorgeous!

  164. Sarah says:

    Grinch juice looks awesome. Thanks for the fun tutorials.

  165. Kerry in LA says:

    Ooooohhhh! Want to win Lotta Jansdotter’s book! Thanks for hosting another year of Handmade Holidays! 🙂

  166. Cindi in GA says:

    Hot chocolate! Perfect for this time of year!

  167. Logan in PA says:

    That toadstool is adorable! It would be fun to decorate an entire tree with them.

  168. Ginger in MD says:

    The matryoyshka ornament is beautiful!

  169. Deirdre in VA says:

    oooooh, I could really use the upholstery book!

  170. Natalie in Ohio says:

    I like the little mini Christmas tree quilt ornaments!

  171. Shannon in TX says:

    Thank you for the ideas. The Grinch juice is so cute!

  172. Kerry in WA says:

    Grinch juice sounds fun. The matryoyshkra doll ornament is adorable.

  173. Terri says:

    These are really cute

  174. Nupur in GA says:

    OOh I love these- each one is so darling!

  175. Whitney in ME says:

    I can’t wait to make the Grinch juice this Christmas with my boys!

  176. Cinnamon in OR says:

    That felt mushroom is adorable. Thank you for the link!

  177. Alexis in UT says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a “kids” Christmas tree with mostly handmade ornaments. This is a great reference. Thanks!

  178. Cheri says:

    I love the hand made ornaments. Years ago I did that alot and one year I made ALL hand made ornaments for on my tree! It was my favorite year! I have 4 grand daughters that I know would love to make some… so I think I will gather some instructions and felt and start again! Thanks for the site!

  179. Therese in NY says:

    Love making ornaments! And, grinch juice! So fun!

  180. Heather in VA says:

    Hand sewing ornaments is one of my favorite parts of Christmas. So much goodness in this post. Thank you.

  181. Mary Ann in SC says:

    The mini tree quilt ornaments are darling.

  182. Anne in tx says:

    More ornaments please. I make one for my children every year and I’m always looking for new ideas

  183. Molly Martin OR says:

    Gah! I love the gumball ornament!

  184. Love the printables! Thanks!

  185. Jennifer in CA says:

    Fun ornaments. I’m not sure my little tree has room for more. May have to make and give away. As always, thanks for sharing.

  186. Kate in MO says:

    Those matroyshka ornaments are amazing!

  187. Charlotte in Ga says:

    Very cute ornaments!! Thanks!

  188. Anya says:

    Who can resist those mushroom ornaments?!

  189. Julie From Utah says:

    We’re still in the collecting ornaments phase of our sorry married life and making these would be so much fun! Thanks for the ideas!

  190. PG in US zip 09777 says:

    Love these ideas

  191. Jamie says:

    All of the ornaments are sweet!!! I’ve never tried making them before. Thanks for the ideas!

  192. Jessie Hansen says:

    Hm, I was hoping there would be a couple more that the kids could help with. We have a thing of making ornaments with the kids each year.

  193. Amanda at APO says:

    Gearing up for the school break! The kids make something new every year and this makes my ife easier!

  194. jessicac says:

    The mushroom ornament is adorable.. and I have been lusting after the Everyday Style book. 😉

  195. Denise W in Iowa says:

    Grinch juice! And printables for fun. Thanks for sharing!

  196. Tammy in MI says:

    I’ve been wanting to make new ornaments for my tree!

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