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It’s time to get crafty for Christmas with these cross stitch key rings!

It’s never too early or too late to craft some cute Christmas ornaments! I’ve designed 8 Christmas cross stitch patterns that you can turn into key rings, baubles or other little Christmas ornaments. How cute are they?! These patterns are perfect for cross stitch beginners so let’s get started!

Transforming your Christmas key rings into cute baubles

Have you stitched up a storm and crafted a handful of these cute Christmas cross stitch projects? You can turn them into key rings, or you could get some spare ribbon, rope or Christmas bauble hooks and turn them into tiny Christmas decorations. With just a touch of ribbon and creativity, you can turn these everyday items into festive baubles that will add a personal touch to your holiday décor. Simply take out the metal key ring and loop a length of ribbon through the hole the key ring was in, tying it securely at the top. You can opt for traditional red and green hues or mix it up with metallics for added flair. Hang them on your tree or around your home for a whimsical touch that’s sure to spark joy this holiday season. It’s a simple yet delightful way to breathe new life into these cute little cross stitch trinkets and spread some holiday cheer.

Cross stitch materials needed for Christmas key rings

  • DMC embroidery floss in the colors you can see on the pictures (or whichever Christmas themed colors you fancy)
  • Light colored Aida fabric 16 count. Approximately 8 x 8 cm for each mini
  • A size 24 round pointed sewing needle
  • Embroidery scissors
  • Round, acrylic photo frames that fit a 3,8 cm ø piece of fabric
  • A few Christmas bauble hooks or a piece of string or a ribbon

Christmas cross stitch key rings make for the best gifts

Looking for small gifts to give this Christmas to friends and family, colleagues en neighbors? Then these Christmas key rings are absolutely perfect! You can stitch them without much hassle while watching your favorite Christmas movie! Can you even imagine eating some peppermint bark with a steaming mug of fresh tea and your cross stitch materials on your lap? It’s the perfect Christmas vibe! Craft Christmas key rings for your dog lover friends using the patterns I designed after my two dog besties or stitch up some typically Christmas bits and pieces with one of the six other Christmas designs.  

These Christmas cross stitch patterns are perfect for beginners

These tiny Christmas doggos and ornaments are the perfect cross stitch projects for beginners. Why? Well you only need to use two super easy stitches when stitching these patterns! Most of the stitches you’ll be making are cross stitches (or half cross stitches) and sometimes you’ll need to slip in a backstitch or two. They’re the easiest stitches to learn and I’m sure you’ll be able to get the hand of them in no time. Is this the first time you’ll be using a Calming Stitch Craft cross stitch pattern? Then I’m sure you’ll have a so much fun! Download these Christmas PDF patterns here, grab your materials and get to work!

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