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I LOVE pretty fabric!!
So when Online Fabric Store contacted me to see if they could send me some fabric for a Christmas project, I thought it would be really fun!
It took me quite awhile to decide on what fabric I wanted – there were so many to choose from!! In the end I chose 4 different METALLIC linen fabrics — SO pretty!!! I decided to make some pillows, little mini trees and some new stockings for my GOLD and WHITE Christmas theme.
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Here’s how I made my metallic cones and stockings:
I made a little forest of trees for my mantel! I just cut out some trees out of posterboard, hot glued them together and then covered them in metallic linen fabric. I added some trim and ribbon. I think they turned out so pretty! All I did was I bought one tree cone from my craft store and traced the shape onto poster board and made a template. Then I used the template to cut out more poster board trees and fabric for the trees. I hot glued posterboard trees together and then hot glued the fabric onto the posterboard cones and then added some embellishments.
For the past couple of years I have wanted to make new stockings. It’s been a little intimidating for me. This year I decided to give it a try. Here’s what I did:
I bought a cheap stocking and used it as a pattern. And I found this tutorial from Sew Like My Mom. Be sure to check it out for a great step-by-step tutorial on how to make stockings with a lining. I was so excited that they turned out — with a cuff AND a lining – yay!!
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What’s your favorite fabric? What would you make?