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Easy No Sew Christmas Tree Felt Ornament Craft

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These no sew felt Christmas Tree ornaments are an easy Christmas craft for kids. 

They take less than 30 minutes to create using simple, affordable craft supplies and don’t require any sewing. Plus, they make a great handmade holiday gift idea

Want more ideas like this? Check out our no sew felt snowman ornament, felt conversation hearts, and these Christmas tree crafts for kids.

Close up view of white person's hand holding up finished felt Christmas tree ornament decorated with glitter glue and buttons. Two more finished projects laying on table in background.

Felt Christmas Tree Christmas Craft

These little felt Christmas tree shaped ornaments are so pretty and make an excellent DIY Christmas ornament to add to your tree.

It’s also a cute craft for adults to make too. Create a few for your own tree and to give as presents.

Since they do not require any sewing, these felt Christmas trees are perfect for kids to make at home. They don’t require a lot of prep work either. 

Younger children may need more assistance with cutting out the felt pieces. You can also precut the shapes ahead of time.

The most fun will be seeing how they decorate their little trees.

Overhead view of two Christmas tree felt ornaments. One decorated with lines of glitter glue and the other decorated with glitter glue and multicolored mini buttons. Ornaments laying on a blue felt background with stars and buttons scattered around.

Older kids should be able to complete this project with minimal assistance. It’s a good opportunity to practice tracing, cutting and gluing the felt, and using a ruler to measure and cut the ribbon. 

If decorating with preschoolers and kindergartners, you can have them “paint” with the glitter glue using a cotton swab. 

The kids can also dip a q-tip into a small paint tray to dab dots onto the trees to create lights. Sequins and pom poms can also be used to decorate the tree ornaments.

Decorate only one side or both sides to create a two-sided ornament. Or, create a keepsake ornament by adding their name and date to the back of the finished Christmas tree ornament with a permanent marker.

The finished ornaments are lightweight and can easily be added into a holiday card for the perfect surprise for friends and family this holiday season.

Make these along with the felt snowman ornaments for an adorable set!

Two felt snowmen and two felt Christmas trees ornaments alternating in a row. Ribbon loops on evergreen branches with a red background.

Felt Christmas Tree Ornament Craft Supplies:

How to Make Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments:

First, print and cut the Christmas Tree Ornament template. These will be used to trace the shapes onto the felt.

Trace and cut out two yellow stars, two green triangles, and one brown rectangle for each ornament you are making.

Printable templated being used to trace triangles on green felt, rectangles on brown felt, and stars on yellow felt.

I recommend using an air soluble disappearing ink for tracing on felt. Washable markers also work for tracing. Just be sure to have the trace lines turned inside before gluing.

Cut six inch lengths of ribbon for as many ornaments as you are making.

Apply a thin layer of the tacky glue for felt on one side of the green triangle.

Felt Christmas tree craft tutorial step showing where to glue the stump on the triangle.

Place the brown rectangle at the bottom of the triangle for the tree stump.

Attach a 6 inch loop of ribbon to the top point of the tree shape, then place the second triangle shape over the first, lining up the edges.

Next, glue a star to each side of the top point of the tree.

Using felt and foam tacky glue to attach yellow felt star to top of felt Christmas tree ornament.

Now it’s time to decorate the Christmas tree! 

Add glitter glue designs, such as angled lines, squiggly lines, and dots. You can also add small buttons, pom poms or sequins with the tacky glue.

Decorated Christmas Tree ornament made out of felt laying on dark wooden table next to glitter glue pens and felt and foam tacky glue.

Allow plenty of drying time before hanging the ornaments.

Clothespins are great for holding the felt pieces together as they dry.

Three complete felt Christmas tree ornaments laying in a row on a dark wooden table.

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Three complete felt Christmas tree ornaments laying in a row on a dark wooden table.

Felt Christmas Trees

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make these pretty felt Christmas tree ornaments for a quick and easy Christmas craft.

Materials

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Disappearing ink fabric pens (optional)

Instructions

  1. First, print and cut the Christmas Tree Ornament template. These will be used to trace the shapes onto the felt.
  2. Next, trace and cut out two yellow stars, two green triangles, and one brown rectangle for each ornament you are making.
  3. Cut six inch lengths of ribbon for as many ornaments as you are making.
  4. Apply a thin layer of the tacky glue for felt on one side of the green triangle.
  5. Place the brown rectangle at the bottom of the triangle for the tree stump.
  6. Attach a 6 inch loop of ribbon to the top point of the tree shape, then place the second triangle shape over the first, lining up the edges.
  7. Next, glue a star to each side of the top point of the tree.
  8. Add glitter glue designs, such as angled lines, squiggly lines, and dots. You can also add small buttons, pom poms or sequins with the tacky glue.
  9. Allow plenty of drying time before hanging the ornaments.

Notes

Use an air soluble disappearing ink for an easy way to trace patterns on felt. Washable markers also work for tracing. Just be sure to have the trace lines turned inside before gluing.

Clothespins are great for holding the felt pieces together as they dry.

Did you make this project?

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