Add a little bit of Scandinavian inspired style to your Christmas decorations this year with these 9 simple DIY Christmas Decorations.
Each year I love to add a few more handmade elements to my Christmas decor. After a trip to Norway a few years ago, I became very inspired by the clean red and white style of many Scandinavian Christmas decorations. My Paternal Grandma was 100% Icelandic and my Grandfather was Norwegian, so I guess it’s in my DNA.
One of these days I’ll create an entire Nordic inspired quilt. This year all that I had time for was some Christmas ornaments. Which is fine, because I love how they turned out!
I work as a Brand Ambassador for BERNINA sewing machines. As a part of that job, I get to create projects for their WeAllSew blog a few times a year. For my latest project, I’m showing you how to create these simple Scandinavian Inspired Embroidery hoop Christmas ornaments.
They are simple to stitch up which makes them great to use as last-minute DIY Chrismas gifts. All you need is an embroidery hoop and some scraps of fabric.
To get the tutorial and pattern just hop on over to WeAllSew.
Scandinavian Inspired Christmas Crafts & Projects:
In addition to the ornaments, and since we’re on the subject of Scandinavian Inspired Christmas decor.
I thought I’d share with you a few other projects that I’ve created in the past along with a few projects from some of my favorite blogs!
1- Gnome Christmas Pillow Tutorial. Stitch up this cute pillow as a whimsical addition to your Holiday decor.
2- Norwegian Patchwork Inspired Pillow Tutorial. This pillow is created using grid interfacing, saving you loads of time and simplifying the process of matching up your points as you stitch.
3- Star Block Pillow at Diary of a Quilter. I love the simple shapes of this pillow. Amy has a free tutorial to create the quilt block used on the front.
4- Merry & Bright Christmas Stockings. Add a little cheer to your fireplace mantle as you create these fun Merry & Bright wool felt stockings.
5- Wood Christmas Ornaments at Tatertots & Jello. These simple Christmas ornaments would look great hanging on your tree! Your kids (depending on their age) could even help out with this project.
6-No Sew Gnome at Little Bit Funky Okay, I think you can never have enough gnomes! If you’re in the mood to create a whole village of the little guys here are a few tutorials to get you started.
What should I make next? Do you have a favorite Scandinavian Inspired project? Tell me in the comments section, I’m always looking for ideas for next year!