Merry and Bright: Fun Felt Holiday Decorations

Deck your halls this Christmas with these easy felt projects.

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A Banner to Tweet About

Alexandra Grablewski

A Banner to Tweet About

Set the scene for the holidays with this 2-foot-long wall hanging. Cheery cardinals are center stage, while paper snowflakes glued to the back of the banner add wintry shadows.

Originally published in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine.

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Cute Forest Friends

Alexandra Grablewski

Cute Forest Friends

Felt and glue transform plastic containers and corks into a winter wonderland, with cozy cottages and woodland animals that double as finger puppets. Set tea lights inside the larger cottage to cast a pretty snowflake shadow on the roof.

Originally published in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine.

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Adorable Elves

Alexandra Grablewski

Adorable Elves

Turn inexpensive papier-mâché boxes and cones into an eye-catching place to store wrapped holiday treats. Even more fun: the elves? pupils can be repositioned, giving them a host of changeable expressions.

Originally published in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine.

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A Candy Castle Felt Board

Alexandra Grablewski

A Candy Castle Felt Board

The beauty of this castle (aside from its looks!) is that it's meant to be played with. The boxes and towers (made from recycled containers and store-bought papier-mâché pieces) can be endlessly stacked and redecorated with the movable candy pieces.

Originally published in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Copyright© 2013 Meredith Corporation.

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Darling Dove Ornament

Darling Dove

Darling Dove Ornament

See how to make this adorable dove ornament, perfect for the Christmas tree or mantel!

Originally published in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Copyright© 2013 Meredith Corporation.