Make a cloud and snowflakes christmas ornament with Lise Petermann

Tick tock, Christmas is coming soon ! Need help for your tree's decoration ? Follow the directions of Lise Petermann, a talented designer from Forcalquier in Provence, to make a cloud and snowflakes Christmas ornament.
By Lise Petermann

Born on December 24, Lise Petermann was destined to be a fan of Christmas decorations. Brooches, necklaces, hair clips… This creative uses everyday objects to make her pieces. Today she's teaching us how to make a beautiful cloud and snowflakes christmas ornament.

 
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L'Atelier Petites Series
1, Place Saint-Michel
04300 Forcalquier
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Step 1
Step 1

You will need:

-A rectangular piece of fabric, around 6 x 5 cm

-A drawing pencil

-6 beads, 3 stopper beads

-Scissors

-String (here gold is used for the holidays), a needle

-A little bit of cotton wool to stuff the cloud. 

Photography : José Nicolas
Step 2
Step 2

Fold the fabric in half and draw the shape of a cloud on one side

Using scissors, cut along the edges of the cloud. Turn the cloud shapes around to hide the pencil marks.

Using some string and a needle, sew together the two pieces of fabric. Before closing the seam, stuff with cotton, then completely close the cloud.

For the snowflakes, string 3 beads and one stopper bead (to stop them) on three different strings. Then sew each string on the bottom of the cloud at different lengths 

Photography : José Nicolas
Step 3
Step 3
Sew a string on top to hang it in your tree !
Photography : José Nicolas

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