DIY Felt Chicken Christmas Ornaments

November 25, 2013
Chicken Christmas Ornaments

Well, mother nature has delivered freezing temperatures to Cape Cod. The chicken waterers were frozen. The wind is a whipping and outdoor fun is now limited. Most of our fun on these types of days is limited to indoors. Usually, it involves crafting. This week made the cutest chicken Christmas ornaments.

The kids and I decided to make some Christmas ornaments. Of course, they were chicken themed!  This craft kept us busy and the cost was minimal. The kids did the less detailed cuttings and glued the ornaments together. Madeline made Tilly, our Australorp, and Jacob made a Golden Laced Wyandotte. He has one on his Christmas list. Thankfully I included one in our chick order for spring!
Chicken Christmas Ornaments Supply List:
  • Assorted felt
  • Scissors
  • Baker’s Twine
  • Felt glue
  • Large eyed sewing needle
Cut out your chicken pieces and two circles of felt for the base.
One felt circle should be a smidgen larger than the other.
To make the scarf, cut a strip of felt three inches long and fold it like so.
Glue to in the the fold.
Cut small rectangles and glue them into place to form the stripes.
Assemble and glue your ornament like so.
With the needle, add some striped baker’s twine for hanging.
I think the kids did a great job.
We can’t wait to make more. I think they make perfect toppers for gifts too. The perfect touch to add to a gift for fellow chicken keepers.
Happy Crafting!
Don’t forget, if you live in the Northeast you can meet Jan Brett and Me!
Monday November 25, 2013
She’ll be signing her new book, Cinders, and I’ll be chatting chickens with you all. I hope to see you there!

Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest


Author/Blogger/Freelancer-Sharing adventures with backyard chickens, beekeeping, gardening, crafting, cooking and more.



2 thoughts on “DIY Felt Chicken Christmas Ornaments”

  1. Hi! Just wanted to say that I really love and appreciate your blog. I also raise chickens and am constantly confronted with the difficulties of raising them organically, as well as keeping them safe in a free range environment. Your blog has so much great information on how to do those things.


Leave a Comment

About me

Sharing an inspired life from the New England seaside. Chickens, Bees, Gardens, Art and Yummy Goodness.