How to make no sew decorations…

December 3, 2010 24 Comments by Kirsty

Christmas stars or festive flowers … totally up to you.

The beauty of this speedy project is that the flowers can be enjoyed all year round.  You could make a garland or use them to adorn gifts.

Another 5 minute craft.  I’m all about the speed at the moment.  Maybe you’ve made something similar out of strips of card separated to make a bauble?

Other decos I’ve seen around & loved…

Meg’s dove
Blair’s doily tree
Maya’s countdown

Enjoy & have a great weekend.

23 Comments

  1. One Flew Over
    4 years ago

    These are SO pretty Kirst! Love them! Thanks for the tute…better start flowering.

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  2. Fiona
    4 years ago

    Now that's right up my street – reckon I can just about manage those!! I'm normally rubbish at making decorations, but maybe this year will be different! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  3. Chantal
    4 years ago

    Love these! They look great. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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  4. Luisa
    4 years ago

    wonderful…will save this one, as an activity with the kids.
    Won't be aiming for perfection!

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  5. yaga
    4 years ago

    aaawh these are cute and I think if you make them with paper the kids are gonna be able to whip up some, too! Thanks for this idea!

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  6. **Anne**
    4 years ago

    GORGEOUS!! :)

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  7. *Staci*
    4 years ago

    These are beautiful. Thank you for sharing how to make them. We moved this year and all our ornaments got lost or broken. This will help make our tree not so bare this year. :)

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  8. Andi
    4 years ago

    So very pretty!!!!

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  9. Laura
    4 years ago

    These are so adorable! A great way to recycle old Christmas cards too! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. faeryfay
    4 years ago

    Love this! My three girls have been making decos for the tree. I'll have to show them these! Beautiful!

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  11. Cate
    4 years ago

    These are lovely – no points for guess what I'll be getting my older girls to do this weekend!! Thx:-) xxxCate

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  12. Anna White
    4 years ago

    Oh wow..these are really pretty..not just for Christmas but for anyday..Wishing you a wonderful weekend lovely x

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  13. Genevieve@PawsPurls
    4 years ago

    I so will have to give this a go!! Looks fabulous!

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  14. Leni and Rose
    4 years ago

    These are gorgeous. Will most definitely be making these beauties for the tree this year. Tres cute!

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  15. Valerie
    4 years ago

    gorgeous gorgeous !!!
    how didn't I think about this ?! (I even have this Liberty in my stash) because you're brilliant and I'm not ! haha !

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  16. Kylie
    4 years ago

    They look great – well done:)

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  17. Robyn
    4 years ago

    I finally followed the link from Clare's Craftroom to your blog and now I'm kicking myself for not doing it earlier. You have some great things here and I l.o.v.e. your 5 minute crafts!! Off to become a follower now ….I'd hate to miss more good things ;P.

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  18. maureencracknell
    4 years ago

    I love it! I may try with the kids with paper — thanks!!!

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  19. Kylie
    4 years ago

    These are fantastic. Kx

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  20. silverpebble
    4 years ago

    Oh these are just ace banana. I love me a bit of Mirabelle I do.

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  21. Maxabella
    4 years ago

    I would love these all year 'round. I think they will make the perfect deco for a big BBQ party we're having on the 26/1. Thanks Kirsty. x

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  22. Kate
    4 years ago

    These are gret – thanks for the tutorial!

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  23. Rachel@oneprettything.com
    4 years ago

    Oh how pretty! You have so many gorgeous projects here this week, I'm in love! I'll be spreading the word.

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