Crochet Baubles

With my daughters I made a Christmas Wreath with Perler Beads, as showed here before. The colors we used were green, red, white and gold. We hang the wreath in our kitchen and because I don't like it to use entirely different colors for the kitchen tree than the colors already used, I wanted to have the same colors for the tree ornaments. Red, white and gold were no trouble to find, but green is exceedingly old fashioned, I think, because it was nowhere to be found. So I had to make something myself and came up with these crocheted baubles, that are filled with styrofoam. 


Thanks, ladies!


  1. These are so pretty! I love homemade decorations at Christmas. Thank you for sharing with Hearth and Soul, Liz.

  2. I love your crocheted baubles! they are perfect for the Christmas tree! Merry Christmas

  3. These are really farmhouse looking. They would go so nicely on the tree, the traditional colours, home made, and pretty.

    Very very cute. Pinning.

  4. These are very pretty ornaments. Thank you for sharing with us at The Crafty Corner!

  5. These are so pretty and I am going to try making them ( I love to crochet ) thanks for sharing Liz

  6. Have a wonderful Holiday! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  7. I, too, would love to know the pattern for these crocheted baubles. My daughter has twin toddlers and Christmas decorations are challenging when they are so curious to touch things. These would be great around the bottom of her tree for next year. If I start now, maybe next Christmas will be more relaxing. Please do share the pattern or instructions. Thank you!

  8. Very very pretty and so original. I love the addition of the green. I tried to eliminate the red from my decor this year. It was really hard. Pinning.


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