Ornament Along: Supply List!
It's time to get out the tree, or chop one down, and start planning the ornaments with which we will completely cover every last inch of it. I am so pumped!
Mister Domestic and I will alternate weeks posting tutorials, starting with me on October 2. There will be prizes each week! Make sure to use the hashtag #ornamentalong on your Ornament Along posts on Instagram to be eligible for that week's prize.
Supplies you'll need:
Make sure to also visit Mathew's blog for the list of supplies needed to complete his ornaments! Find his list here.
Fabric - You should be able to make my six ornaments from no more than six fat quarters. I am choosing my fabrics from a fat quarter bundle of Shimmer On by Jennifer Sampou for Robert Kaufman, as well as her Essex, Manchester, and Yarn Dyes coordinates (see yumminess above).
Polystyrene Balls - I got 2" ones, but you can get anywhere from 2-4" ones and they'll be great
Ribbon - 1/8 wide for hanging, and various widths for optional embellishments. I got this in silver
Pellon 72F Interfacing, 2 sided fusible - you'll need less than 1/2 yard for my project. The linked source is selling in 1 yard increments, but I wanted to show you the product
Mini embroidery hoops - You can use any size you think will look cute on the tree, but I picked out these - they're 3"
Beads for embellishing
Glitter Paint. Well, any paint would work, in case you want to paint your embroidery hoops. It's the holidays, though, so go with glitter! My girls and I love this specific glitter paint we got from their Nana
Okay, are you ready to do this thing? Me too!
Check back here on Monday, October 2 for the first ornament tutorial. We'll be using fabric, thread, and ribbon - so you've got some extra time to gather your other supplies!
See you in a week!
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