* origami fabric ornaments

Posted on December 11th, 2010 by maitreya. Filed under Holiday.


These are cutouts from a piece of Ikea fabric I got on my last visit.  I ironed the first one on to a felt backing + another layer of fabric, but it’s still a little on the flimsy side for the antlers.

deerorigamiornament

The second two are ironed on to heavy watercolor paper, and they are much sturdier (and easier to cut out).

origamiornaments

I didn’t sign up for any ornament swaps this year, so if you’d be interested in swapping for a couple of these, leave a comment or drop me an email (maitreya@craftlog.org).  I’m planning to make them on demand, so you can even choose which animals you want (deer, moose, wolf, or birds).



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