Happy Thanksgiving pals! I hope your day is fun-filled, food-filled, and family-filled! Today, we have Homemade Ginger making a lovely and simple craft--one you'll probably still have the energy to make even after standing and cooking for the masses all day. I hope you'll have a few moments to reflect and count your blessings amongst all of the holiday hulabaloo. And why not sneak in a peek at the Macy's Day Parade? Wishing you the best, however you may celebrate this day of thanks. -Tristin
Hello everyone! I'm so excited and honored to be posting today as part of the 12 Days of Christmas Series. I blog over at Homemade Ginger and love doing easy and frugal projects like the one I'm going to talk about today! Right now on my blog, I'm in the midst of a 30 Day project where I'm posting a different repurposing project every single day this month. Come by and say hi!
Now, for today's project. This a simple garland that I whipped up using some supplies I already hand on hand.
I decided to use up some of my felt scraps and create an easy and adorable Christmas tree garland this year. I've seen some similar around and knew it would be super easy to make!
The most tedious part was cutting out all the circles. I made them all about the size of a quarter, but you could do various sizes if you wanted.
Then, I simply sewed them together, stitching down the middle of each circle and leaving a space in between each one. I used gray thread to blend with all the colors.
I love how it adds color to our tree! I made 2 fairly long garlands with my scraps.