25 Days of Christmas – Plaid Scarf Ornament Tutorial

Hello everyone!  I hope your week is off to a great start!
Today, I’m happy to join Dear Emmeline,
as we celebrate 25 Days of Christmas!
Everyday in December, several of my 
bloggy friends have shared – or will be 
sharing – Christmas crafts, recipes and decor. 
(Go here to see Day 1.)
Today is Day 11 and I wanted to share how to make this super
adorable and extremely easy plaid scarf ornament.  If you had a chance
to visit my home tour, you might have noticed I used inexpensive
dollar store scarves in place of a garland around the tree.
But I also used the same scarves to make a couple of these cute
little ornaments to match.  They are so simple to make, you don’t
really need a tutorial, but I went ahead and made one anyway.  
Plaid scarf
Elastic band
Clear or old Christmas bulb
1. Cut a piece of the scarf (or fabric of choice) twice as long and wide as the bulb
2. Gather at the top of the bulb and tie with an elastic band
3. Cut excess fabric off
4. Optional – make tassels and glue around circumference of top of bulb
5. Cut a piece of fabric and glue around circumference of top of bulb
So easy, right?  I’m planning on making more of these to display
in a bowl.  They are perfect with our woodland/cabin theme…:) 
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by. 
For more Christmas ideas, check out the rest of the projects below.
Have a beautiful day!
much love,


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