Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

These upcycled sweater ornaments are such a fun way to add texture and interest to your Christmas tree! They are a great way to upcycle an old sweater!

I am excited to be joining over thirty talented bloggers today to bring you a round up of Handmade Christmas Ornament ideas!  I am truly in love with so many of these!  Some would be perfect for crafts with the kids while others may stretch your creative know how and be a good opportunity to try something new.  I am sharing one of my favorite DIY Christmas projects, these Upcycled Sweater Ornaments.

Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

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My essentials for sewing:

Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

I made these ornaments as part of our annual Random Acts of Kindness calendar.  One for each day up until Christmas.  Each ornament has a pocket in the back to store a little tag with that days RAK.

Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

I simply cut star, heart and tree shapes from sweaters that I found at the thrift store.  Visit our RAK Ornament Advent Calendar for the full upcycled sweater ornament tutorial.

Upcycled Sweater Ornaments

Be sure to check out all of the fabulous ornaments in our blog hop…..

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I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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Love this idea. Pinned. Just wanted to let you know that the wrong link is listed in your roundup. Your post links to your felt campfire instead of to this post.

Very cute! I love the idea of including the RAK pockets in the back. I came from the blog hop too and was directed to your campfire post, but I very easily found your ornament. :)

These are so cute! I love that you upcycled something to create them. :)

These are so cute! And I love that you incorporated the RAK into them – such a fun idea!