Felt House Ornaments and Garland
Finished size: approx. 6 ½” high and 5 ½” across the bottom of the roof
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- National Non Woven felt squares in a variety of colors
- HeatnBond UltraHold by Thermoweb
- 2 to 3 different decorative trims
- Embroidery floss and needle (button and beads for additional embellishments if you wish)
- Ribbon for tie 20”
- Scissors, rotary cutter, cutting mat, and ruler
- Oliso Mini Project Iron
Cut a 3 ½” square of felt and cut across on the diagonal for 2 roof pieces. Cut a 3” by 4” rectangle for house
Cut trim to an inch longer than needed and iron on HeatnBond to the back of trim
Peel paper backing off of the trim and iron onto the base and roof as in the example (make sure to iron on a non-stick surface).
Trace roof and house onto the paper side of the HeatnBond. Cut and iron pieces onto the back of the roof and house
Peel off the paper backing and iron onto the larger background fabric
Trim the backing so it leaves a ¼” showing around the house
Embellish house with basic embroidery stitches, buttons, beads or sequins
Mini House garland
(Optional) Use any leftover scraps to make a garland!
Finished size: approx. 3” high and 3” across the bottom of the roof
Make the garland out of the scrap pieces left over from the Felt House project using the same method. (photos 1 through 3 of smaller houses) string on embroidery floss
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