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Hi my dear bee friends!!! It’s Alba here today for Day 6 of the annual Twelve Designers Event at the Honey Bee Stamps blog! I am so excited to share this project with you all, first because this is my first blog post with Honey Bee (I usually post my projects on Instagram) and second, because I really love how this project turned out and hope I can inspire you to use your honey cuts in a different way 🙂

For my project I started with an embroidery hoop, I selected the felt for the background and look for the metallic screw and unscrewed it, removed the hoops and placed the fabric on the smaller ring, then I pressed the outer ring down around the inner ring and started to adjust the felt neatness as I was tightening the screw, once I was happy that it was neat and tight, I cut the excess fabric and glued the edge to the hoop (that prevents it from moving while I am working with it), throughout this project I used a glue for felt, but you can use fabric glue too.

Once the glue was dried up, I started to glue the pieces I die cut from felt with the super cute gingerbread house add-on honey cut, you can truly create any piece your creativity takes you with felt, it is like working with card stock just instead of regular glue I recommend using felt or fabric glue. Above you can see I added details on my gingerbread man with Nuvo drops in different colors.

Once my pieces were glued to the background, I added some details with beads, I think beads look super cute with felt! I also added a drop of stickles to the bows on my wreaths, if you don’t have stickles you can use nuvo glitter drops.

To finish my project I added the merry sentiment from the merry lights honey cut (Love so much the font on this sentiment, I have used it a lot this year on my Christmas cards), glued mini pom poms around the hoop, adore how they framed my project, and a bow with a gold cord to be able to hang my project on a wall .

Thanks so much for stopping by today ! Hope you have liked my project and give it a try on creating with felt, I promise you will have a lot of fun!!

If you haven’t yet, take a look at the amazing projects my super talented designers friends have created for day 1 through 5, at the Honey Bee Stamps blog and keep checking each day for many more beautiful projects to come.

Sendings big hugs and blessings to all!!


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20 responses to “12 Days of Christmas: Sweet Christmas project”

  1. BeverlyBL says:

    So very cute. Thanks for the thorough details. I like your color selections, too.

  2. renee milner says:

    Wow, this is absolutely adorable and it looks like such a fun project! I had no idea you can cut such tiny pieces from the felt.

    • Carol Hintermeier says:

      Thanks so much Renee! Yes, it works great with HB dies, I use Benzie felt and I can cut very tiny pieces 😉

  3. Sharon Gullikson says:

    This is SO CUTE. It is magical!

  4. This is very pretty!

  5. Andre M. says:

    Congrats on your first blog post, I’ve never used felt on a project, it is just adorable. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

  6. Hanh says:

    What a wonderful idea! I get so wrapped up in paper card and tag making that I always forget that these dies can cut felt! Thank you for the reminder and adorable inspiration!

  7. Margaret Marshall says:

    So cute how big is it?

  8. Kit L says:

    Such a great felt project. I have some felt in my stash so will definitely give this idea a try once I get some felt or fabric glue.

  9. TracyM #6773 says:

    HAPPY 1st Blog Post 🙂
    LOVE your felt scene, SO MUCH pretty detail – WOW!
    THANK YOU for sharing and INSPIRING 🙂

  10. Sue D says:

    So cute. I like the use of felt.

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