Are you looking for a creative way to wrap a small treasure for Christmas?
Christmas Pips made from my Thimble Pip Tutorial are the perfect solution!
They will hold a pair of earrings, a brooch or even a ring!
For small children, I’ve put candy and coins in them.
Hang them on the tree. The gift will be hidden in plain sight!
After Christmas and for years to come the pips will be a sweet reminder of the surprise that was inside!
These first two Christmas Pips are examples of pips made using the 2.5 inch outer forms.
The rest of the pips were all made using 1.5 inch outer forms.
Have fun picking out just the right fabrics to make them!
The only difference when making them as opposed to making the Thimble Pips is that you want to make sure that if you’re fussy cutting a novelty fabric, position the print vertically on the pip rather than horizontally.
Tip when using lighter weight fabrics: Adding lightweight fusible interfacing (<-affiliate link) to the wrong side of the fabric prevented the plastic from poking through at the pointed ends.
These last two Christmas Pips, were featured without their hangers in my Thimble Pip Tutorial post.
Add the hangers by threading ribbon or cording from the inside through the top of the pip.
Go get the tutorial now…
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