I just love making quick, easy and delightfully cheery ornaments, favors, and decorations for baby showers. If you're looking for some adorable ornaments, favors, and decorations for your baby shower then you're going to love my "Baby Shower Balls Ornaments" e-pattern.
There are two versions of my 7" ornaments in this collection (lined and lace edged) and they are made using the following fabrics:
It's A Girl! It's A Boy! Hearts Fabric at
Baby Intricate Pink and Blue Stars Fabric at
The pattern includes text instructions, step-by-step color diagrams for finishing the ornaments from start to finish, and full page single sided pattern piece sheets.
The "Baby Shower Balls Ornaments" are easy to make and would be adorable ornament favors for your baby shower guests to take home with them. They also make great keepsake ornaments and decorations for any mother-to-be.
I had so much fun making these I thought you might enjoy a few free e-pattern on how I created my "Baby Shower Balls Ornament Favors" so you could make some of your own.
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