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Vintage Style Christmas Baubles

By: Amy Anderson for FaveCrafts.com

Even if you don't own any ornaments from a previous generation, you can still give your tree a classic look with some Vintage Style Christmas Baubles. This tutorial shows you how to make Christmas ornaments using vintage fabric designs and a little mod podge. They're inexpensive to make, and look very believable alongside any other old fashioned Christmas decorations you may have.

Vintage Style Christmas Baubles
Vintage Style Christmas Baubles
This image courtesy of casscansew.com

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

Time to complete: In an evening

Main Material: Fabric

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DID YOU KNOW?

Learning how to make Christmas ornaments is one of the best crafting skills you can pick up. This is because there are so many ideas out there, many of which are easy enough for anyone to try. In the United States, we have all sorts of options when it comes to the ornaments we hang on our Christmas trees. From baubles to plastic ornaments that play music or light up, you could spend hours staring at the assortment on any Christmas tree. Each American family has their own traditions when it comes to the ornaments that decorate the tree. However, did you know that there are some interesting traditions for ornaments in other countries? In Germany, parents hang up a fake pickle ornament on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, the first child to find the Christmas pickle gets a special treat. Ukrainians actually decorate their Christmas tree with fake spiders and spider webs. This tradition comes from a popular folk tale about a poor family who could not afford to decorate their outside Christmas tree for the holiday. On Christmas morning, they noticed it was covered in spider webs. When the sunlight hit the tree, the webs turned to tinsel.    

 


If you love making homemade Christmas ornaments, then you need to check out our free eBook: How to Make Ornaments: 10 Christmas Ornaments to Make. Learn how to make homemade Christmas ornaments that look great and last a lifetime.

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Oh my did these ever bring back memories. My grand parents were from Getmany and they brought some very pretty ornaments to America. I use to sit and just admire them on the tree.some were made from material and some were blown glass.how they got here without breaking us a mystery to me. But when I saw this project I thought of those. Now I have to make them for my tree.

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