How To Make A No-Sew Scandinavian Star Ornament

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How To Make A No-Sew Scandinavian Star Ornament | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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No-sew projects come in handy for those that do not have a sewing machine or have trouble sewing. This no-sew Scandinavian star ornament tutorial by Shabby Fabrics on YouTube shows how quick and easy it is to make with simple supplies. Shabby Fabrics has some of the best DIY no-sew ornaments on their YouTube channel with detailed instructions. This is a great way to add a different kind of texture or ornament to your Christmas tree. I like how this can be a snowflake decoration too. This star ornament has many usages for decor in the house.

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Supplies:

  • Two 6.5″ x 6.5″ fabric squares (use two different colors for contrast)
  • Green Fabrics
  • Red Fabrics
  • Christmas Fabrics
  • Heat n Bond Ultra Hold
  • Kai Scissors
  • Glue Gun
  • Ribbon (to hang the ornament)

Directions:

First, start off with two fabric squares and iron on the fusible webbing on each fabric. Peel off the paper, place the wrong sides together, and seal them together with an iron. Cut 12 1/2″ strips and start assembling your star ornament. Continue to watch Shabby Fabrics tutorial on YouTube for full instructions and details.

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Image by Shabby Fabrics via YouTube

Next, create the other side of the star and place one star on top where the gaps fit. Tuck the strips underneath the loop and glue everything together and down.

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Image by Shabby Fabrics via YouTube

This no-sew star ornament was very easy to follow along with, and there are no tricky steps to create these. I love how she gives different tips and alternatives for the styles of the star. The instructions are clear and thought out, so this has inspired me to try one out for myself. Also, I think this Scandinavian star ornament is unique and would add texture to the Christmas tree with the other traditional shiny ones.

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