To finish our set of DIY felt gift toppers or ornaments, all in warm, wooly woodland style, here are the acorn and mushroom patterns and tutorial. All of the wool blend felt used in this series is from our shop. If you have not worked with wool or wool blend felt, you owe it to yourself to try. It feels so luxurious to the touch and is easy to cut and sew. Like I have said before, I have become addicted to wool felt. We are thinking of doing a spring animal series. What do you think? Be sure to check out the other animals in this series: fox, bear, raccoon, squirrel, deer, and bunny. This set is for sure to delight both kids and the grown-ups. Hope you have enjoyed it! ~ Lia
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Hazelnut, White, Crimson, and Spruce
- Embroidery Floss – DMC White, Black
- Gather your materials.
- Cut felt pieces using pattern.
- Glue small pieces, caps and stems into place.
- Blanket stitch around edge of piece to attach back and front.
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Is there a no-sew version? If not, could you make one?
Hi Emma! No I don’t have a no-sew version but you could just use fabric glue or hot glue around the edges. These are really simple though, you should give hand stitching a try!
hola soy de chile y me encanta tu trabajo!!! gracias
Mil gracias!! 🙂
Is there a way to convert the downloads to an SVG to use with the Cricut Explore?
Not really. You can convert to a JPG and upload that way though.
Thank you so much for sharing these adorable gift toppers. I will be using them to make a woodland themed mobile for our first baby’s nursery. I can’t wait to get started!
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I just love this set! My son will turn one 10 days before Christmas and he was a small tree that will be in his room this year. I wanted to make some ornaments for that tree knowing that he was going to be all in that tree and would most likely be taking the ornaments off to play with. When I found these, they went to the top of the list! Can’t wait to see how they turn out! And can’t wait to see them on his tree (and off the tree, on the floor of his room, and in his little hands)!
Oh, I am so excited to hear this. This is exactly why we made them and shared the patterns:-) Would love to see pictures!
I have made the raccoon, dear, and fox. They are sew cute and gives me something to do while with the family. I am making the squirrel, rabbit, and a ladybug, owl, and hedgehog (they are not as cute as yours, but they are ok). I am making a mobile for my grand babies. Thanks for sharing your talent.
Sounds adorable, we would love to see pictures!!!! (email@example.com) Your grand babies are lucky to have such a sweet granny!
Yes!! Please, please, please do a spring set. And a summer set. And a fall set… I love, love, love these! Can’t wait to get going on them for next year’s Christmas gifts! (Never too early to start, right?) Did I mention that I love these little guys!?! Thanks again for your great patterns!
Ha ha. Love it! Cannot resist that feedback:) And agree, never too early to start on next year’s Christmas gifts, you sound just like me:)
Лия! Мы наслаждаемся этими фигурками и ,наверное, будем их использовать и на Новый год, и в последствии в на свитерах , и на шарфах. Спасибо,Лия!
Great idea! They can be used year round for sure.
Thank you for these amazing woodland ornaments! Thank you for the holiday wreath and all the other wonderful inspiration you have given me. May you have a very Merry Christmas.
You are so welcome Jeanette! Have a wonderful holiday!
Those gift toppers are so cute! Have to thinkk about them next year when my nieces are old enough to not eat them. 😉 Merry Christmas to you!
Lia, thank you so much for this adorable felt ornament series, they are all wonderful, I can’t decide which one I like best! Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and thank you for your amazing generosity. All the best in 2015!
Thanks Deb! Happy Holidays to you too. 🙂
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Sooooo cute! I love all of these. I’m bookmarking this for later.
They could work all year with out the scarves. 😉