Today I’m sharing very simple doily ornament that looks great on a farmhouse style or country Christmas tree. This year we did a metallic and neutral tree and they looked great on that, too!
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Supplies for Burlap and Doily Christmas Ornaments
- Canvas Corp Brands Stretched Natural Burlap, 2″ x 2″
- 2″ crocheted doilies (I bought mine locally but I found some some similar on Amazon.)
- craft scissors
- detailer hot glue gun and hot glue sticks
I love this detailer hot glue gun because I can squirt out TINY dots of hot glue on these crocheted doilies. I put a dot on each corner and one in the middle then centered it on the stretched burlap.
After the glue cooled off I cut some jute string and glued both ends on one of the corners of the burlap square. I might have burned my fingers a few times in this step so be careful! After burning myself a few times I started leaving longer strings on the bottom side of the glue so I could pull both ends firmly into the glue. See the example below.
Here are the completed ornaments:
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Thanks for reading about my project. I’d love to hear what ornaments you’ve made this year. Leave me a comment. Especially if you’ve made doily Christmas ornaments! Featured on Wonderful Wednesday.
‘Til the next project,