Felt Christmas ornaments could be easily crafted by you and your kids to make your Holiday tree more cool and unique. They are also useful to adorn other things like branches, mantels, lamps and so on. Check out all these awesome ideas and don’t hesitate to try some of them out. All of them come with tutorials.
If you like ball ornaments more check out these awesome DIY glass Christmas tree ornaments.
All other ornaments could be found on BHG (1, 2).
DIY Felt Snowflakes
The cool thing about these ornaments that they are like real snowflakes. Each one is unique. You can easily create your own blizzard! (via purlbee)
Colorful felt Christmas trees
This project is perfect for any beginner embroiderer. No fancy stitches are involved! Besides felt pieces in different colors you'll need some stuffing, scissors and a needle to complete the project. (via www.thecraftedblog.com)
Diy Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments
Bacon DIY Christmas Ornament
Stacked christmas trees
This is a contemporary take on felt christmas trees. These little ornaments are cozy and perfect to hang anywhere. (via www.thisheartofmineblog.com)
Felt gingerbread ornaments
Delicious gingerbread looks nice hung in the Christmas tree. So does felt gingerbread. (via kittenhood.ro)
10 minute Santa ornament
Hot cocoa ornament
Perfect ornament for long, cold nights to the atmosphere in a room warmer. (via www.flamingotoes.com)
Felt Calcifier ornament
Starbucks coffee ornament
We all love Starbucks so why not to make ornaments that remind us of its amazing coffee. (via www.oneartsymama.com)
Creative modern felt ornament
If you like the idea of a neutral-toned ornament that has sort of a modern/organic feel then this project is right for you! (via strawberry-chic.blogspot.ru)
Football, basketball and baseball ornaments
Are there any sports fans in your family? If so then here are some gorgeous ornament ideas for your Christmas tree. (via www.rustandsunshine.com)
t these little guys are so simple yet seem to have so much personality. You can easily whip a few of them up in an evening. (via www.justcraftyenough.com)
DIY Felt Holiday Ornaments
Do you have some felt leftovers? Make a bunch of little ornaments even if you're beginner at embroidery. There are templates for all three ornaments (a tree, a bell and a wreath) (via domestifluff)
DIY Felt Mistletoe Ornament
If you don't like mistletoe decorations offered commercially then this tutorial is right for you. There is a mistletoe template you could use in this tutorial. (via stayathomeartist)
These cute owls are quite easy to make. And if you make them bigger you'd get yourself cute softies. Just download the pattern adn start sewing! (via juicy-bits)
Felted Wool Star Ornaments
Do you like neutral brown colors? They are perfect to make a mix of stars.
Felt Winter House Ornament
All pieces of this ornament are cut and sewn together using tiny straight stitches. Seed beads imitate snow really well! (via everydaybitsandbobs)
Christmas Pudding Ornaments
These yummy ornaments consist only of few pieces that you need to sew together using simple stitches. (via bugsandfishes)
These cute, smiley ornaments are quite simple yet cool. Lollipops, gingermen, snowmen and other smiley things would make your Christmas tree more fun.
These ornaments are made of solid wool balls that were threw in the dryer to make them more dense. The motif were applied using needle felting. (via feltcafe)
Felt ornaments that resemble glass ones
Are you bored with glass ornaments but still like their shapes? Make felt ones to resemble them.
Felt flora ornaments
Polar bear ornament
Your tree is far from the Arctic Circle but it could become a great home for a cute bear. This one is made from kit but you could use the idea. (via rosylittlethings)
Twig tree ornament
Heartfelt Handmade Christmas Ornaments
These are perfect little gifts for your friends! (via flickr)
Make the whole Santa's wardrobe from red and white felt pieces. You could make a garland of them afterwards.
Embroidered children’s handprints is a cool idea for all parents out there. Perfect family gift to your friends. (via emptybobbinsewing)
Thrifted Sweater Ornaments
To felt a sweater, you must wash it in hot water and run it through the dryer. Keep in mind that your sweaters must be 100% wool in order to felt properly. (via alphamom)
Felt Monogram Ornaments
Ornament for each person with their initial on the front, a family letter ornament and a star to go on top. This mix is a perfect gift for the whole family. (via sayyestohoboken)
Felt Peppermint Ornaments
Download a free template and these peppermints would be really easy to make. (via pinksuedeshoe)
Vintage Felt Baubles
These ornaments are inspired by vintage glass baubles. For the project you'll need craft felt, ric rac, sewing threads and narrow ribbon. (via bugsandfishes)
Felt ornaments looks great dangling on branches in a vase. Spray paint these branches with white paint to highlight the design of these ornaments. (via familycircle)
Snow-capped pinecones would add winter beauty to your Christmas tree.
Felt decorations doesn't have to be flat!
Easy to make felt rosettes would add an instant elegance touch to anything you decide to hang them on.
Super simple and elegant design of this felt ornament would add a charming touch to your decor.
Scandinavian inspired hearts
Several circles in different shades of red and white make makes this ornament quite interesting, colroful and unique.
Red and white poinsettias will pop against any evergreen swag or tree.
These ornaments are perfect for nature-themed Christmas tree decor.
Show off your stitching talents on this little birdie. You can hang it on your Christmas tree or tie to a gift for your friends.
This gingerbread house is not really edible but it will serve for several years ahead. (via www.shinyhappyworld.com)
Felt mitten ornaments
Add a cozy look to your holiday tree with mitten-shaped ornaments!
Ice skate ornaments
Craft these little beauties using felt scraps and a few paper clips.
Two tone tree
The mix of two tones creates a shadow effect on this simple tree ornament with a star.
Similar to crafting coffee-filter snowflakes, this project is perfect for your kids.
Cutouts are really easy to make. You can simply glue them to the background so no stitching is involved!
Candy cane ornaments
This is the best craft project for kids. They all like candies and they can show their individuality by choosing colors for these ornaments.
Polka dot star
Polka dots make everything more cool and stylish. This star ornament is an easy cutout project, perfect for kdis.
Round Snowflake ornament
The cool thing about these ornaments that you don't really need a pattern or expert sewing skills to make them. A hot glue gun would help you to assemble them.
Mini pendant ornaments
Quick to make this lovely pendants could feature any message you want. (via oleanderandpalm.com)
A white snowflake pops against a bright red star.
Heart-shaped ornament with very simple design would add some warmness to your Christmas tree. As usual, cutout projects are quite easy!
Here is a cool alternative to traditional stockings. Even though you can't use them the same way but these ornaments would look great on any evergreen tree or swag.
Silver bells is a sign that it's Christmas time in the city!
Mini wreath ornaments
Christmas wreaths aren't only for front doors. These mini wreath ornaments with thin wooden disks used for their bases are quick and easy to make.
Festive felt tree
Bring in the beauty of the season while leaving the cold outside! You can play with colors of ornaments and the tree itself.