Christmas is one of the most delicious times to prepare down to the last detail, from the Christmas ornaments to the dinner table. These details are responsible for that feeling of welcome and affection when we see the places we visit, like the little tree on the work table or in the decoration. Today we will about the Christmas decorations in felt talk
When it comes to embellishments, there are materials for all tastes with different textures and sizes. Lately, the artisanal ornament has become a hype to be accessible, easy to do and to give that individual touch that everyone likes. One of the most sought after types of Christmas ornaments in all places, from the garland, decorative socks, snowmen, Christmas tree and even in Santa Claus, the funny thing is that with the felt, anything can be ornament for your tree.
Before you start the fun, check out our special tips on how to make Christmas decorations out of felt
- Memorize the models for your Christmas season : sweets, animals, flowers … everything can be turned into jewelry and you don’t have to stick to “Christmas” themes.
- Print and cut the shapes : You should use more durable and resilient materials like cardboard or acetate sheets if you want to last a little longer.
- It’s time to move the shape to the felt : a good tip is to use regular pens for lighter felt and white pen with darker felt.
- Be sure to cut the parts : in this step, just take the scissors and let them see, but take it easy so you don’t cut too much.
- Let assembled all parts and jammed : It sounds perhaps like nonsense, but the checking of all sections and driving can prevent many headaches later.
- Capriche in the finish at the time of sewing and filling : this step applies to both the sewing machine and the hand. Pick the most appropriate point for the type of craft you are making and ready to go. The favorite points of the craftsmen who work by hand are the buttonhole and the seams.
Finishing the Final Details: This is the time to finish off the final details like ribbons, bows and whatever else you need to make your decor even more special.
60 stunning ideas of Christmas decorations on felt for reference
We’ve sorted out 60 amazing images to fill you with great ideas for this year’s ornaments.
Image 1 – Decorative Christmas socks made of colored and printed felt.
Do you know those traditional socks that stand by the fireplace waiting for the good old man’s presents? It’s time to give a repaginada and fill it with color and joy.
Image 2 – Guirlanda with pastel tones in felt to hang in the door.
Image 3 – Horn of Unicorn for an enchanted Christmas.
The unicorn is the most popular mythical animal that exists and will add a fun and different touch to your tree.
Figure 4 – Garland of pines of different colors.
Picture 5 – Embellishment for tree frames for photo.
Delicate and very personal, this ornament will literally leave Christmas with the face of your family and loved ones.
Image 6 – Papéis Noéis is ready for dinner.
Photo 7 – Christmas souvenir bags.
Use buttons and ribbon for the details and your wallet will be ready to receive candy or whatever you want.
Picture 8 – Small trees to decorate your tree with felt squares.
Picture 9 – Christmas stocking for all your guests.
Care and maintenance are even more obvious with such details, imagine tucking small treats into your socks.
Image 10 – Decoration for tree pillows with felt.
Picture 11 – Rudolf the reindeer and his red nose adorn the tree.
Highlight for this candy cane instead of the antlers and the big eyes that make Rudolf even sweeter.
Picture 12 – Fake flasher.
Image 13 – Another garland option.
The half-length leaves give the garland a different touch and leave space for welcome messages, Merry Christmas or whatever you have in mind.
Image 14 – Calendar for handmade December.
Image 15 – Various ornaments for a tree that runs away from the traditional one.
See the shape to make this craft here.
Picture 16 – Special Christmas totem.
Image 17 – Stockings for storing souvenirs and other items.
You can use these “socks” in the table decoration to place cutlery and other utensils.
Picture 18 – Elf hat on felt.
Image 19 – For whom does the pine cone not need that such a weight in a pine cone from Lierinha?
Aside from being irreversible, it’s super soft and won’t hurt anyone if it falls.
Image 20 – Christmas candy with template.
To make these embellishments look at shapes 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Picture 21 – Christmas balls make up the tree.
For those who have less space at home and want to bet on wall decor, you can build a tree with your own decorative felt Christmas balls.
Picture 22 – The accessories of a snowman are very nice and sweet.
Image 23 – Christmas curtain.
Christmas colors and classics like socks and trees come into play as details of this curtain.
Picture 24 – Christmas trees are super easy to make.
Image 25 – Gingerbread cookies with a fake decoration.
It looks like food, but it’s just to decorate the table, see?
Image 26 – More decorative socks.
Picture 27 – Embellishment of the door: garland only with leaf shapes.
Get ready for the white Christmas and use your shapes of different types of leaves in the decoration of your garland.
Picture 28 – The famous speech that accompanies Santa Claus.
Picture 29 – Homemade ornaments with Christmas landscapes.
This ornament mixes two typical Christmas things: the colorful tree balls and the balls with snow landscapes.
Image 30 – Booties for the whole family keep feet warm in the house.
Image 31 – Another tree full of texture with felt squares.
Simply cut out felt squares of different sizes in ascending order, stack everything and use your imagination in the finish.
Image 32 – Christmas heart.
Figure 33 – Garland of felt.
Enjoy bright colors contrasting with the colors of the tree to give more prominence and delicacy.
Picture 34 – A very colorful and funny reindeer.
Picture 35 – Another garland with pinheirinhos.
With this option, you don’t need to cut the felt like a continuum, just cut pine nuts and tie them with a ribbon.
Picture 36 – A little owl, sheltered from the cold, at the top of the tree.
Picture 37 – Luvinhas in a countdown garland.
The most enthusiastic about Christmas will love these exciting gloves.
Figure 38 – Decoration with felt in a frame to attach the main wall.
Image 39 – Christmas rings for napkins.
By combining the right colors, these rings bring the most popular Christmas characters to life.
Photo 40 – Garland of triangles to prepare the house for the celebrations.
Picture 41 – Christmas pine with wooden base.
The wood base contrasts with the feel and delicacy of the felt and gives your decor a rustic touch.
Picture 42 – Owls that come to celebrate and feel in cork.
Picture 43 – Mobiles Natalino.
Cut out long felt plaques and arrange them in a moving shape to hang in the room, creating a beautiful and interactive decoration.
Picture 44 – Sacolinha’s wishes.
Image 45 – Guirlanda well decorated with fabric and felt.
You can use any theme in your wreath: from kittens dressed for Christmas, to candy and other signature items.
Figure 46 – Felting Pinheirinho to deliver a Christmas card to friends.
Picture 47 – Felt mice looking for Christmas candy.
A great ornament for the traditional candy canes!
Picture 48 – Simple and simple decoration on the indicator wire.
Image 49 – Decorate Arvorezinha with small felt squares.
Another stacked felt tree option is this small version that hangs perfectly on your larger Christmas tree.
Image 50 – Mistletoe ring for cloth napkins.
Picture 51 – Doves of peace in different colors.
Enjoy the pigeons’ flight idea and arrange these cute birds from curtain-like felt or mobiles.
Image 52 – Good old man’s standard.
Image 53 – Polka dots on a string to attach to the tree.
Felt polka dots have become a trend in Christmas decorations together with the pompoms and give your tree a different air.
Picture 54 – Thematic photo camera holder.
Picture 55 – Another garland with leaves and felt flowers.
This is a wreath with a more bouncy look, with leaves of various shades and flowers of more vivid colors. It’s the ideal way to bring some of our tropical climate to Christmas decorations.
Picture 56 – Felt pine cones.
Image 57 – Stars to further decorate the tree.
Colorful asterisks with appliqués act as decorations for the most diverse types of trees … From the more traditional green to the Scandinavian ones, which are formed by dry wooden branches.
Image 58 – More decorative socks.
Picture 59 – Gingerbreads distribute sweets to children.
A Christmas keepsake that gets sweeter with this smiling gingerbread cookie handing out jelly beans.
Picture 60 – Fir tree garland to roll in the tree and give more color for Christmas
More ideas with tutorials and step by step Christmas decorations in felt
Check out more references and tutorials on making felt Christmas decorations:
1. Felt snowman step by step
2. Felt starfish step by step
3. Santa Claus for felt door