I love making homemade Christmas ornaments for our tree every year. Even though I’d rather not remember some parts about this year, I decided to make an ornament to commemorate it. Hopefully we’ll look back a few years from now and remember some of the good that came out of this year. All of the time we spent together definitely make it special. If that’s not you’re thing, I’ve got a couple other options for things to put on the back. I’ve even got a video to show you how to make these adorable Cricut felt gingerbread house ornaments. Thank you to Cricut for sponsoring this project! Make sure you also look at all of my other homemade Christmas ornament tutorials and free felt Christmas ornament patterns!
The fronts look so pretty with all of the swirls. I changed the little heart to pink to make it stand out.
You can put anything you want on the back. Here are just a few options for you.
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To make these Cricut felt gingerbread ornaments, you’ll need:
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut Easy Press or Iron
- Easy Press Mat
- Everyday Iron-On – White and Pink
- Wool or Wool/Rayon Tan Felt
- Thin Ribbon
- Fiber Fill
- White Embroidery Floss and Needle
- Sewing Machine and Tan Thread (optional)
- Designs and Fonts from Cricut Access
Rather than try to explain in words and pictures, here’s a step-by-step video explaining how to make the Cricut felt gingerbread house ornaments. (If you’re using an ad blocker, you may need to disable it to see the video.)
Which version of the ornament is your favorite? Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, and hopefully 2021 is a little better for everyone.