Creating sassy and quirky decorations for the holidays is always fun and my Elf Clothesline Garland with FREE Printable Patterns is the perfect project to craft up in an afternoon with the kiddos! The perfect addition to your home décor, create a few to gift to teachers, co-workers, and neighbors. Sure to make the recipient smile! Getting the kiddos involved in Christmas crafting is a fun way to spend some quality time as a family during the holiday season.
Create an Elf Clothesline with Kunin Felt
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Here's what you will need to make Elf Clothing Laundry Line:
- Kunin® Classics™ Felt 9” x 12” Craft Cuts – Red, Neon Green, Apple Green
- Kunin® Glitter™ Felt 9” x 12” Craft Cuts – White
- Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint by I Love To Create – Red
- Pom Poms – Yellow, Three Small, Two Medium, One Large
- Rick Rack – Medium, Red, Bright Green, Kelly Green
- Clothespins – White, Twelve Mini
- Bakers Twine – Red and White, 48” Length
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- E6000 Fabri-Fusion
- Plain Paper, Computer, and Printer
- Permanent Marker or Straight Pins
- Scissors – I LOVE my Fiskars!
- ELF CLOTHESLINE PATTERNS by Creatively Beth (download link below ⇓)
Here's how to make an Elf Clothing Garland with Kunin Felt:
To begin the Elf Clothesline Garland, gather all supplies. Download and print the Elf Clothesline Patterns from the direct link below. Cut out all patterns with scissors. I love using Kunin Felt Craft Cuts to create with because they are made from 100% recycled plastic water bottles right here in the USA! If using straight pins with this project, you can rough cut the patterns instead of cutting them out exactly.
Attach the patterns to the felt with straight pins according to instructions on the pattern sheets and cut them out with scissors. You can also trace the patterns onto the felt with a marker, just make sure to cut along the inside edge to create a clean finished project.
Carefully attach the red pointed felt trims to the Elf booties, hat, and shirt with the glue gun and glue sticks.
Attach one large yellow pompom to the top of the Elf hat, two medium yellow pom poms to the tip of Elf booties, and three small yellow pom poms to the Elf shirt with the glue gun.
Using fabric glue, adhere the red rick rack to the top of socks and undies, the Kelly green rick rack to the sleeves and bottom of the shirt, and the bright green rick rack to the top and legs of pants. Set aside to dry.
Create stitches on the legs of the undies with red dimensional fabric paint. Add foot and heel accents to the socks with red dimensional fabric paint. Set aside to dry.
Measure and cut a 48” length of red and white baker's twine. Layout the Elf clothes on your work surface and attach them to the baker's twine clothesline with small white clothespins.
Christmas Elf Clothesline Garland
I hope you will use my Elf Clothesline Christmas Garland project as a jumping-off point to showcase your Kunin Creativity and create some fun and colorful home décor this holiday season! Switch up the colors to match YOUR home’s décor, the possibilities are endless! Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!
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