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Fabric Christmas Present Decorations

It’s another edition of Chopped– but with Crafting Supplies! The theme for this edition is Christmas decor, so I decided to create a few fabric Christmas presents decorations.

I had a hard time naming them because they look like presents but they aren’t presents. But you could give them as gifts.

I hope you’re following me here.

This post is brought to you by Waverly Inspirations. As always, opinions are 100% my own.


Here’s what you’ll need:

Waverly Inspirations fabric … Walmart
Waverly Inspirations ribbon … Walmart
canvases … Walmart
scissors … Walmart
hot glue gun + glue … Walmart

First, you’ll want to iron your fabric so there’s no wrinkles. Then, lay the fabric face down. Place the canvas on top, face down. Leave about an inch to an inch and a half of fabric all around the canvas.


Use the glue gun to glue the right and left sides in place.


For the other ends, put a dab of hot glue on the side of the canvas and press the fabric down (like you’re wrapping a gift).


Fold the innermost edge onto the backside of the canvas and glue it into place. Do this on both sides.


Run some hot glue down the back part of the canvas before folding the last edge over the back, securing it with the glue. Repeat on the the side.


To add the ribbon, wrap it around and glue it onto the backside of the canvas.


And here’s how they turned out. Pretty cute if I say so myself.


I could’ve added bows, but I decided they looked good without them.


These are great Christmas decorations because they’re easy to store.

They’re also versatile. You can set them on a tabletop, shelf, or hang them on a wall.


This post is brought to you by Waverly Inspirations. As always, opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. Dorinda Selke says:

    Chelsea these are really cute and very versatile. I agree with you that they don’t need bows. Aside from being a great Christmas decoration I could see making them for a special birthday or anniversary celebration to decorate a food table or a mantle etc if you find fabrics to match the colors or theme being used for the particular celebration you are planning ! Another crafty craft to add to my list ! Hugs, Dorinda

  2. Karen Simon Peterson says:

    What a cute way to add Christmas cheer!

  3. These are SUCH a great idea Chelsea! I love the fabrics you chose too!

    1. Thanks for sharing with us at the Creative Gallery 🙂

  4. This is such an adorable craft idea! I love that you could easily personalize them to match your Christmas decor. Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday this week!

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