MONDAY’S PRETTY THINGS :: Decorating for Christmas with Felted Balls

Felted garlands are a great way to add color to your Christmas decor in a non-traditional way (i.e., not strictly red+green). Of course, I’d easily be able to justify leaving the strands up long after December is over. You can purchase both loose spheres and ready-made strands at craft stores and via private sellers on Etsy, or, you can felt your own wool using directions from one of these DIYs below! I really like the all-white ones strung on the neon thread! Which is your favorite?

300 Felted Balls to Purchase via the Yummi Shop
Felted Balls via Yummi Shop

Natural felt ball via Ferm LivingNatural felted wool ornament via Ferm Living

Christmas Stocking Freckle Grey - via Down to the Woods

Christmas stocking with felt ball cuff via Down to the Woods

Felted Ball Wreath from Pickles
Felted ball wreath DIY via Pickles

Felt Garland How to and Tutorial via the Purl Bee
Felt garland DIY tutorial via The Purl Bee

How to Make Felted Wool Balls via My Sparkle
How to make felted balls tutorial via My Sparkle

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