I don’t usually blog on a Thursday, but I wanted to be sure you don’t miss out Stephanie Lynn’s magical Handmade Ornament Series this week. I’ve been inspired by the beautiful and creative ideas I’ve seen so far on Under the Table & Dreaming, and I think you will be, too. Stephanie Lynn’s team of bloggers transform paper, cardboard tubes, craft sticks, glitter, even spoons into sparkling gems for the tree.
I’m a guest on Stephanie Lynn’s blog Under the Table & Dreaming today, and I’ve shared with her readers our short-cut technique for making needlefelted ornaments. Stephanie Lynn includes the tutorial for Rebekah Meier’s Red & White Needlefelted Ornaments. (This is always a favorite color combo of mine.)
Here are a few of the other needle felted ornaments Stephanie Lynn showcases today.
You’ll find instructions for these on StyrofoamCrafts.com, and I’ve listed the links below (clockwise, from upper-left):
Feathered Felted Friends by Candie Cooper
Pom Pom Polka Dot Needle Felted Ornaments by Rebekah Meier
Felted Christmas Cheer Ornaments by Debra Quartermain
Santa Hat Ornaments by Debra Quartermain
Needlefelt & Ribbon Holiday Trees by Rebekah Meier
Glistening, Felted Snowman by Rebekah Meier
Colorful Needlefelt Ornaments by Rebekah Meier
And finally, I can’t sign off today without wishing you a happy National Cupcake Day! Who’s celebrating today? If you’ve been inspired by these beautiful, needle felted ornaments, we’re serving up a trio of no-cal Mouthwatering Needle Felted Cupcakes. Debra Quartermain baked this batch.
For treats of all kinds, make a stop at Under the Table & Dreaming this week and page through the Handmade Ornaments Series. Stephanie Lynn has once again recruited some of the best crafty bloggers you’ll find to share their beautiful Christmas crafts.
Happy Christmas crafting!