DIY Christmas Decor – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of my DIY Christmas Decor posts. Today I will be sharing a YouTube video on how I made this Snowflake Button Cushion and NOEL Banner.

Be sure to watch the video here:

Cushion Supplies Used:

  • ½ yard of 45” wide ivory fabric.
  • Scraps of quilting batting (your local fabric store may have some smaller packages or scraps).
  • Assorted red and white buttons (I purchased a package at the dollar store). You will use 5 red and 4 white for this project.
  • Fabric scissors, straight pins, white thread, and sewing needle.
  • Sewing machine (optional).
  • Iron and spray bottle.
  • Green acrylic paint, a liner brush, and something to mix the paint on such as a palette.
  • A jug of water, paper towels, and a garbage bag.
  • A measuring tape, ruler, pencil, and regular scissors.
  • Printable snowflake pattern from my corresponding blog post.

Banner Supplies Used:

  • Remainder of the ivory fabric from cushions project.
  • Christmas fabric scraps (I used 5½” X 4” scraps).
  • Five more red buttons.
  • 10’ of ½” green ribbon.
  • Fabric scissors, straight pins, white thread, and sewing needle.
  • Sewing machine (optional).
  • Iron and spray bottle.
  • A measuring tape, ruler, pencil, and regular scissors.
  • Printable NOEL letter template from my corresponding blog post.
  • Printable Banner Template from my corresponding blog post.

Printable Templates:
Snowflake PDF
NOEL PDF
Banner Template PDF

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and are feeling inspired to create your own decorations. If you missed Part 1, check it out here:
https://joannagreen.ca/2017/11/18/diy-christmas-decor-part-1/

Happy Crafting and Merry Christmas!

Joanna

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