There’s something about the smell of cinnamon that takes me back to Christmas as a child. Maybe it’s all of the holiday baking I did with my mom in my childhood or the way my grandmother’s house smelled on Christmas Eve. Whatever it is, I love surrounding myself with all things cinnamon during the holidays.
These cinnamon scented Christmas ornaments are not only pretty but they smell good too. Hang them on your tree to give it a yummy scent, especially if you put up a faux tree.
I recommend using thinner paper for this project so the cinnamon stick scent can be smelled. When sewing on paper, I recommend dedicating one sewing machine needle to paper.
In addition to trimming your tree with these stuffed tree ornaments, you could also hang them on a string and use as garland or use them to decorate holiday gifts. You could also try different shapes and different types of shape scissors for a different look.
Hemp or String
Step 1: Fold the cardstock in half and cut out 2 identical tree-shaped triangles with pinking shears.
Step 2: Sew the 2 triangles together with a basic stitch, making sure the printed sides are on the outside. Sew a piece of jute or string on the inside of the triangle as a hanger. Leave the bottom unsewn.
Step 3: Stuff the tree with pollyfill and a cinnamon stick through the open end of the ornament. Once full, sew that portion shut.
Step 4: Repeat until you've made enough scented ornaments to deck your halls and trim your tree! Hang about and enjoy the scent of the season.
These aromatic ornaments make for a pretty perfect party favor at your holiday soiree, too!
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