Make these Buffalo Check Christmas ornaments in five easy steps. You just need a few simple supplies and about 10 minutes of your time to whip up these fabulous Christmas ornaments.
I’m a little late to the buffalo check party but I figured – better late than never.
This year I’m ready to decorate the whole house in buffalo check for the holidays. I love how warm and cozy it feels. I already have a buffalo check blanket, pillows and the cutest basket. I also like that I can keep a lot of the buffalo check stuff out past the holidays making it perfect for winter too.
Supplies needed to make Buffalo Check Christmas Ornaments:
- 4 inch Embroidery Hoops
- Buffalo Check Fabric (I used a bandana that I found at Michael’s)
- White Iron-on Vinyl
- Cricut StandardGrip Mat
- Cricut Cutting Machine (I used my Cricut Explore Air 2)
- Cricut Weeding Hook
- Cricut EasyPress or Iron
Step 1: Cut fabric so it’s about 2 inches larger than each embroidery hoop.
Step 2: Let your handy dandy Cricut cut the words or image that you want to put on each ornament. I used the font The Skinny for my words. Make sure you mirror the image.
Step 3: Adhere vinyl using the Cricut Heat Press (or your iron) to the center of each piece of fabric. It doesn’t have to be perfectly centered.
Step 4: Place fabric inside each embroidery hoop so the words are centered.
Step 5: Add jute so you can hang each ornament.
And, of course, I had to make a monogrammed ornament. You can never have too many monogrammed ornaments. (I used this website to make my monogram)
Holiday words to add to these Christmas ornaments:
- Joy to the World
- Fa La La
- Ho Ho Ho
- Mrs. Claus
Other fun ideas for these ornaments:
- Teacher’s Name
- New Home with Date
- Baby’s First Christmas
- One for each reindeer
- Wedding Gift – Just Married
- First Christmas Together
- Grandparents Gift
So many fun ways to personalize these fun Buffalo Check ornaments. I’m warning you now – be prepared to see a lot more buffalo check projects in the next few months.
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