Hope Ornament with Penny Black

Happy December!!!

I am into making my own ornaments this year and wanted to share this adorable, super easy peasy country style ornament.

All you need is a 3" embroidery hoop, a scrap of checked gingham fabric and the Thrill of Hope stamp by Penny Black.
(Twine Greenery and berry all came from the Dollar Tree)

Full disclosure...I did sew the paper to the fabric, but you could totally skip that and just glue the sentiment.

Thanks so much for stamping by...


James Anderson said...

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Christ John said...

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