Tag Archive: felt

Conversation Heart Ornament

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I made a conversation heart ornament from colored felt and red thread to mimic the sentiments on the tiny candies.  I used yellow, but other conversation heart colors… Continue reading

Felt Heart Ornament

I made a few felt hearts to use as ornaments on my decorative metal tree for February this year. I cut scraps of pink and white felt with a scissors to make the… Continue reading

Monogrammed Ornament/Door Hanger

I was initially going to use this idea to make personalized Christmas ornaments last month, but time got away from me.  These felt letters can be hung on doorknobs, hooks, bedposts, and memo… Continue reading

Re-purposing Round Felt Ornaments

One of my talents has always been improvising — using many different items available to me to accomplish a task when the original or intended item is unavailable.  I think my flair for… Continue reading

Fast and Easy: Halloween Office Chic

I was walking around the craft store this weekend, and I saw a kit to make a little bat using a small ball made from wooden reeds wrapped together.  The kit included eyes,… Continue reading

Dress Your Decor — For Halloween!

As you have probably guessed, I am a big proponent of using materials you already own to achieve fun and interesting new creations.  I especially like all the freakish, googly-eyed, glittery, and frightful… Continue reading

Place Card Primer: Felt Badges

I was fiddling around today with my piles of felt, and this idea for travel-inspired place card holders popped into my head. They are like étiquettes à bagages for your dinner table! ◊… Continue reading

“Starburst” Felt Scrap Napkin Rings

I have quite a lot of felt scraps among my fabric remnants. I happened to use a lot of green felt in all different shades for our Halloween costumes last year.  We dressed… Continue reading

Pretty Paper Bows to Make a Present “Pop”

The other day, I was wrapping a gift and the end result was a bit, blah.  I was fiddling around with some paper scraps and thought maybe a paper bow would help.  Usually,… Continue reading