Yarn Wrapped Monogram Ornament

Have you started decorating for the Holidays?  I’ll admit… I have not really started decorating for Christmas.  I hate the idea of decorating before Thanksgiving…On the other hand, I love the idea of having the decorating completed before Thanksgiving so I am not scrambling the following week.  This time of year always feels so rushed that I would just like to have some time to sit back and enjoy my decor and most importantly…my family.  With that said, I love having lots of creative ideas to inspire me in my decorating…

Over 35 of your favorite bloggers have come together to share their fun and festive ideas.  From Ornaments to Tree Skirts,  you are sure to be inspired by all of these amazing homemade ideas to Trim the Tree!  They’re all listed at the bottom of the post, so you won’t want to miss out on any of them!

Trim the Tree this Christmas with more than 35 ideas to inspire from your favorite bloggers! #trimthetree I’m going with a pretty colorful theme this year…I’m sneaking in some more elegant and glittery pieces (for me), but for the most part it will be fun and colorful (for my boys).  Today, I’m sharing how I made Yarn Wrapped Monogram Ornaments Make your own yarn wrapped Monogram Ornament! Perfect for the tree or a stocking embellishment- OneKriegerChick.com Cute, huh!  And they coordinate perfectly with the stockings from Pottery Barn Kids.

Let’s get started…You’ll need:

  • Yarn- red and white
  • wooden letter
  • glue gun
  • patience

Supplies for yarn wrapped monogram To start, I painted my letters with gray chalk paint.  I’m not sure that you have to do this step, but I thought it would look prettier if any shown through the yarn.  After the paint dried, I got started gluing…Working from the top and then all the way around the letter.  I glued just the section I was working on, then started wrapping yarn.  The yarn tangles easily, so I cut a length of yarn to work with.  Once I had wrapped that piece of yarn, I moved on to the next piece.  Alternate colors- red, white, red, white…  I did not pull the yarn tightly, but did make sure it was snug and pressed up against the previous strand.  Once you have made it all the way around the letter, create a hook out of yarn and seal with glue.   How to make a yarn wrapped Monogram Ornament...So cute...and so easy! OneKriegerChick.com

Decorate with as you like…I think I will be hanging them with the boys stockings.  You never know, though, my boys have their own decorating opinion these days. The Monograms may go in the boys bedrooms for their own decor. Monogram Ornament- So cute on a tree or a stocking! OneKriegerChick.com

Hope you liked the sneak peek of my Christmas decor…Can’t wait to show you all of my other fun ideas!

Now…head on over to see all of the other fabulous creations from over 35 of your favorite bloggers…Get inspired…

Trim The Tree 1

1. Advent Calendar Pocket 

2. Polymer Clay Poinsettia

3. Yarn Wrapped Ornament 

4.  Vintage Green Paper Ornament

5. Trim the Tree Garland

6. Ribbon Stuffed Ornaments

7.  Wooden Star Ornament

8. Melted Snowman Ornament

9. Felt Christmas Tree

10.  Santa Star Ornament


Trim the Tree 2

1. Vintage Map Ornament

2. Yarn Joy Ornament

3.  Embossed Wood Bird Ornament

4. Snow Man Wood Slice Ornament

5. Christmas Garland

6. Tree Skirt for under $20

7.  Star Painted Ornament

8. Neon Christmas Tree Topper

9. Wooden Spool Christmas Tree


Trim The Tree 3

1. Gingerbread Cookie Ornament

2.  Wood Etched Cork Garland

3. Bow Christmas Tree Garland

4. Travel Map Ornaments

5. Homemade Glitter Ornaments

6. Felt Candy Ornaments

7. Make Love Ornament

8. How to Decorate your Tree like a Pro

9.  Joy Ornament

10. Glitter Pinecone Ornament


Trim The Tree 4

1. Scented Gingerbread Ornament

2. Diy Tree Skirt

3. Pinecone Decorative Tree

4.  Wood Slice Ornament

5. Wood Slice Child Silhouette Ornament

6. Tips for Decorating the Christmas Tree

7. Mason Jar Lid Ornament

8. Gold Basket Weave Ornament

9. Rustic Christmas Tree Garland

10. Starfish Christmas Ornaments

Do you make homemade ornaments or Christmas decor?

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