DIY Peg Pompom Ballet Dancer/Angel Ornaments. Photo for ballet dancershere. Tutorial for peg ornaments at Pompom Emporium here. Links DEAD but the photo makes it clear what you need and how to do it.

DIY Peg Pompom Ballet Dancer/Angel Ornaments. Photo for ballet dancershere. Tutorial for peg ornaments at Pompom Emporium here. Links DEAD but the photo makes it clear what you need and how to do it.

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DIY Felt Pinecone Victor (on top) and Harry (below). Great tutorial from Salt Tree here for Victor. Harry the Pinecone is here. DEAD& GONE BLOG and if you go there you may get malware. UPDATED 8-24-14 And Craft Gossip just posted it and thanked the blogger - never believe what you read. *If anyone knows if this site moved and changed its name please email or message me and I  will take down the collages immediately.
From a cached site. Victor

Pinecone Harry:
Required Materials
wooden skewers 
Felt in two colors 
Scissors 
Glue Gun 
Marker
Instructions1. Take the felt of two different colors. 
2. Using the template, cut out the petals and the necessary details. You’ll need to set 2 * “A”, “C” and “D” and four sets of “B” (Set * - two blank petals of equal size but of different color), 3 blank ‘E’ of a light brown felt, and one blank “F” from dark brown felt. Remains of felt pads for use between the petals.Make a small hole in the center of each part with scissors. 4. To 
3. collect pine cones, take a wooden skewer and strung it onto the cones, alternating them so that they looked like a pine cone. Between each set of petals * Use two small squares (about 1x1 cm) from scraps of felt as a spacer between the petals. Cement the layers of glue gun.
Build order:
Set A + 2 square gasket
Set B + 2 square pads Set B + 2 square pads
Set C + 2 square gasket Set C + 2 square gasket
Set B + 2 square pads Set B + 2 square pads
Set A + 2 square gasket
Set D + 2 square pad 
5. Cut off the ends of the skewers. Fold the three petals “E” and glue on top of the pine cone. 
6 Detail of “F” to stick on the bottom of the pine cone to cover the base of the cones.

Template

DIY Felt Pinecone Victor (on top) and Harry (below). Great tutorial from Salt Tree here for Victor. Harry the Pinecone is here. DEAD& GONE BLOG and if you go there you may get malware. UPDATED 8-24-14 And Craft Gossip just posted it and thanked the blogger - never believe what you read. *If anyone knows if this site moved and changed its name please email or message me and I  will take down the collages immediately.

From a cached site. Victor

Pinecone Harry:

Required Materials

  • wooden skewers 
  • Felt in two colors 
  • Scissors 
  • Glue Gun 
  • Marker

Instructions
1. Take the felt of two different colors. 

2. Using the template, cut out the petals and the necessary details. You’ll need to set 2 * “A”, “C” and “D” and four sets of “B” (Set * - two blank petals of equal size but of different color), 3 blank ‘E’ of a light brown felt, and one blank “F” from dark brown felt. Remains of felt pads for use between the petals.
Make a small hole in the center of each part with scissors. 4. To

3. collect pine cones, take a wooden skewer and strung it onto the cones, alternating them so that they looked like a pine cone. Between each set of petals * Use two small squares (about 1x1 cm) from scraps of felt as a spacer between the petals. Cement the layers of glue gun.

Build order:

Set A + 2 square gasket

Set B + 2 square pads 
Set B + 2 square pads

Set C + 2 square gasket 
Set C + 2 square gasket

Set B + 2 square pads 
Set B + 2 square pads

Set A + 2 square gasket

Set D + 2 square pad 

5. Cut off the ends of the skewers. Fold the three petals “E” and glue on top of the pine cone. 

6 Detail of “F” to stick on the bottom of the pine cone to cover the base of the cones.

Template