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This one pattern can create enough decoration for an entire room! You can make garlands with the same pattern that you make the ornaments. Just string them together with a heart between each one. I've given you complete instructions to make them. I've also given you instructions to make napkin rings and pins. I like to make the pins, and use them as napkin rings by pinning them to a ribbon that's been tied to a napkin. It's a great little gift for your guests to take home after it's used for table decoration.
It's all made by hand using felt. So easy too. The gingerbread people are embellished with 3-dimensional paints, ribbons, and buttons.
The finished measurements are:
Garland - 33” wide
Ornaments - 5” high
Napkin Rings & Pins - 3” high
love, love, love this pattern.
Supplies for Garland:
4 tan felt squares
1 square of red felt
13 - 1/2” buttons (3 for each girl, 2 for each boy)
6 - 5/8” buttons (for hearts)
5 - 8” pieces of 1/4” wide ribbon
1 1/2 yard of 7/8: wide ribbon for making the garland
Supplies for Ornaments:
1 tan felt square will make two ornaments
3 - 1/2” buttons for each girl
2 - 1/2” buttons for each boy
1 - 8” piece of 1/4” wide ribbon for each ornament
Metallic or other heavy thread to make hangers
Supplies for Napkin Rings or Pins:
1 tan felt square will make five pins or napkin rings
3 - mini buttons (or beads) for each girl
2 - mini buttons (or beads) for each boy
1 - 8” piece of 1/8” wide ribbon for each pin or napkin ring
1 - bar type pin back for each pin (appx. 1 inch long)
7” piece of 7/8” wide ribbon for each napkin ring
Supplies for All Items:
Light colored thread or floss to stitch on buttons, small amount of fiberfil, embroidery floss to match
felt, strong craft glue or glue gun, white and black 3-dimensdional paints, scissors, pins, embroidery
needle, paper & pencil
You can use my patterns for personal use and to make things that you sell from your website, online shops, and craft shows.
All photos were taken by me, and all illustrations, pattern pieces, and instructions were created by me. You can not redistribute the pattern, images, or photos in any way. You also can not claim the finished item as your own design.