These are perfect for a vintage-inspired Christmas decor.
I made these for my tree and they're super simple!
I picked up these wooden shapes the Dollar Tree. Most craft stores are going to have these kinds.
I measured them and found images to add to the front. Use websites like Creative Fabrica, The Hungry Jpeg, Pixabay and Freepik. I printed them on sticker paper, (< link here)
but you can use regular paper and mod podge to adhere them. I didn't mod podge (< link here)
the front, but of course, you can if you'd like.
After you print your images, flip the picture over and trace the shape of your wooden piece.
Cut the image out and adhere it to the front. I added brown stain to the edges to give them
a vintage-feel. Hot glue a ribbon to some twine to the back to make your hanger.
Adding the rag ribbon:
I buy cotton fabric in fun prints, tear them in strips. I've made garland for my tree with these prints and am using the leftover fabric to make these rag ribbons. I used zip-ties to gather them together, but of course, you can use ribbon or twine. I used packing tape to adhere the zip-tie to the back.
Here's the final look:
If you make some, please tage me on social media. I'd love to see how yours turn out!
Anything can be made beautiful with pink spray paint and a little glitter :)
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