I’m super excited to be joining in for my second year for the Holiday Ornament Exchange. This year I am so lucky to be partnered with the lovely Katrin from over at Northern Feeling. Katrin has just kicked off her new blog where you will find all sorts of awesome simple minimal decor. She sure inspires me with every new blog post that she does! So with those things in mind knowing that this is what Katrin likes today, I’m sharing how to make some simple Farmhouse White Berry Ornaments.
How to make Farmhouse White Berry Ornaments
- Green felt – for this project I used sage green
- Small white pom poms
- Leaf template – I just drew one free hand and then cut out several more
- Wooden Buttons
- Glue Gun
Step 1` – Fold over your felt so that it is a double layer and pin your leaves to the felt. Cut 3 leaves out per decoration pending how many ornaments you would like.
Step 2 – Using your glue gun pop a thin line of glue at the tip of the leaf and squeeze together. Be super careful not to burn your fingers!! Have a glass of water nearby just in case you do. Repeat until all of your leaves are clued.
Step 3 – Grab your jute and make the loops for your ornaments tieing a knot at the end. Repeat. Then glue your jute loop to the inside of the button.
Step 4 – Glue three of the leaves to your button making sure that the flat side of the button is at the back to give you a nice clean finish on the back of the ornament. Repeat until all of your leaves are all used up.
Step 5 – Glue three of your pom poms to the leaves.
Step 6 – Repeat until all of your ornaments are complete.
And there you have a simple way to make some Farmhouse Christmas White Berry Ornaments and get busy decorating with this Christmas season!
Be sure to pop by and see the beautiful Farmhouse Ornaments from Katrin here or if you’ve made a Christmas Ornament you to can join in with all the fun and share yours here.
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later!
Those are so cute and sound so simple (though i do have a tendency to burn myself on hot glue each and every time!). Thanks for the tip of keeping a glass of water handy. Pinned.
Those would look really cute scattered throughout the Christmas tree!
They sure would!! Thank you!
Sam these are fabulous! The color, the buttons, everything is so pretty and they are easy to make too!
Thank you so much, Susan! They are so fun to make!
These ornaments are absolutely gorgeous!!!! Everything about them is just perfect! #2018ornamentexchange
Thank you so much, Evija!
I love these so much and what a perfect match to Katrin’s style! I know she will love them too!
Thank you so much, Kim. I hope she does too!
I love how delicate the ornaments are. They are so pretty.
Thank you so much, Deborah! They sure were fun and easy to make!
I love these so much! Definitely something I could make a ton of and put all over the tree!!!
Oh, that would be so lovely Bri!! Thank you so much for popping by!
These are lovely! This is another ornament that I definitely want to make. They look so delicate. Thanks for the great tutorial on making them.
So glad you like them, Beverly! I hope you have fun making them as much as I did!
I love them so much Sam, Thank you for these gorgeous ornaments!!
My pleasure, Katrin! I loved making them for you! Merry Christmas!
Just a few pieces and you have made such an elegant ornament.
Thank you so much, Janet! I’m so glad you like them!
I love these Sam! So cute
Thank you so much, Deborah!
These are so simple and elegant. You have such a gift for design. I love these Sam.
Aww thank you so much for your kind words, Leanna! xx
I love that anyone can make these with just a few items. Thanks for sharing your tutorial on this year’s ornament exchange! Pinned.
Thank you so much for organising it Erlene! One blog hop I so look forward to each year!!
These are so cute! I will have to make a few for my tree for sure! Thanks so much for sharing!
Have fun making them, Kristin! Thank you so much for your kind words!
I love these!!! They’d be beautiful as gift toppers, too!
Oh yes they sure would be Emily!!!
These feel so right. A little bit country. Pinning to my ornament board.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Michele!
What size buttons did you use and how long is your leaf? It’s hard to gauge the size! Thank you
Hi Heather, button size is 3/4″ and leaf size is 2 1/2″ 🙂
These are adorable! You are so “handicrafted”! I also like the snowflake tree. Did you make that as well?
Thank you so very much, Cynthia! These berry ornaments sure were fun to make! Yes, I did make the snowflake tree also. Love this time of the year and all of the wonderful Christmas things you can make 🙂
Those are so pretty Sam
I love crafts that are simple enough for anyone to make successfully! I want to use some of these as napkin rings next Christmas.