Tuesday, October 11, 2016

No-Sew Sock Penguin Christmas Ornaments


Hello, Crafty Friends and DIYers!! I will be hosting day #11 of the 31 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments!!

And today, I will be doing a remake of a popular holiday favorite... but with a twist. Today, I will be showing you how to make No-Sew Sock Penguins. It is a remake and miniature version of the popular No-Sew Sock Snowmen! You can revisit my original tutorial post here.

Supplies Used
Low Cut Socks 
Super Soft/ Fuzzy Toe Socks
Hot Glue gun & Sticks
Roll of Tulle
White Felt
Rice
Polyester Fiberfill
Decorative Cord
Flat back Pearls
Black Sharpie
Stickles
Twine
Scissors
Mulberry Leaves, Bells (Optional)



I started by cutting a the heel and ankle off of each sock. making sure to cut across evenly. These will be the penguin bodies.


For the inside stuffing I cut tulle into 4" squares. I added about 2 Tbls of rice to the center and tied it closed with twine creating a sachet. 


Using a plastic cup to hold my sock up right, I inserted my sachet. I filled the remainder of the sock with about a handful and a half of polyester fiberfill.  Then used more twine to tie close and snipped the excess twine off.


For the simple beanie hat I love to use "toe socks"! I cut the sock in half (4" from the toes seems to be the midway point). 

I gather all the "toes" and tie them together in a bunch... yes, with (you guessed it) more twine and trim the ends. This part will be out hat. 

Cut a 2" strip from the remain sock piece. Snip one end to create a strip. This will be the scarf.


I cut a 1" heart and a 2" oval for the head and belly. Then adhered the pieces onto the body with hot glue.

I used my glue gun again, this time attaching the hat onto the top of the head. Then, I used decorative cord to tie a knot and make a loop. I hot glued the loop to the top of the hat.

For eyes, I used flat back pearls and colored them with a black Sharpie. Then glued them onto the felt heart to make the beginnings of the penguin's face. 

For his little beak, I simply drew a triangle use orange 

I didn't have green leaves so I just shaded some brown I had. then hot glued the leaves along with a bell onto the the beanies.


And here are my adorable sock penguins!!!


These little cuties were made with regular (no separated toe) socks,

Can't find black socks... well, nix the heart faces and oval bellies and opt for white socks instead! Then you have SNOWMEN! And these cuties have button instead of flat-back pearls for eyes! 

I hope you enjoyed my project for today!!
Thank you so much for hopping along with us!!


Make sure to visit our entire line up of awesome Christmas Ornament projects all month!!

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17 comments:

  1. SOOOO cute, what a great idea for old socks that have lost their life partners in the washing machine!

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  2. CUTENESS!!! My girls would love these penguins!

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  3. Oh my goodness.. I am a huge penguin fan so I absolutely ADORE them!! Adorable!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  4. Oh my! Those are sooooo cute!! My husband LOVES penguins, I'll have to make some, too. Thanks for the great tutorial! And thanks for joining us in the 31 days blog hop1

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  5. These are so cute! I think I'd be tempted to take these off the tree after Christmas and use them as part of winter decor.

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  6. Couldn't be any cuter! I absolutely love these little guys- thanks for sharing the directions xo

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  7. This is so adorable and I am going to make these for my kids in my homeschool group. I love it. Thank you for sharing and for the inspiration.

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  8. These are so adorable. The dark blue one is my favorite.

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  9. Oh my goodness, Mitsyana - these are so cute! I would love a whole tree filled with these.

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  10. You can't get much cuter than penguins and these are so sweet.

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  11. I'm in total LOVE with these penquins!!! Each one is cuter than the next! (And the fact that these are no-sew is amazing!)

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  12. You made these out of gloves?! Genius!

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  13. These are so adorable! I never would have thought of making an ornament out of socks! So creative.

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