No-Sew Gingerbread Bowl Filler
These adorable No-Sew Gingerbread bowl filler are perfect to tuck in a bowl with cedar and bells, or to use on a tiered tray, give as a gift or even hang on the tree!
How cute are these gingerbread? I call them bowl filler, but you can use these in so many places. You can add some twine to the back and hang on a tree. These would be so cute for a gingerbread tree. You can even use them on a tiered tray, or tuck a few in a cute little clear bag to give as a gift.
I love making these bowl fillers! I have many designs and free patterns from lemons, to ghosts and even pumpkin pie. I was so excited to add these gingerbread to the collection. I sure hope you love making these no-sew bowl fillers as much as I do!
I couldn’t resist kicking off the 2022 holiday crafting season and Christmas in July with these cuties! Not only are they cute, but they are so fun and easy to make too!
I love starting my holiday crafting early, like now so I can take my time to make them and they are ready to go once the holiday season hits!
Check out these no-sew bowl fillers
Here’s what you need
- Fabric – the fabric I used is from Hobby Lobby
- Polyfil – or filling from an old pillow
- Pattern – download for free below
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Accents – I used buttons, torn homespun for scarf and a Sharpie painters pen to add the eyes.
Download the pattern I designed below. Print it at ACTUAL SIZE so it’s the size of mine. If you don’t adjust your print settings, your printer may shrink the pattern slightly.
Next cut the pattern out.
Trace the pattern out on the fabric. I place 2 piece of fabric and pin them together and then cut them out both at once. I like to use a Frixon pen for marking my fabric. It disappears with heat. You can also pin the pattern directly on fabric and cut around it.
Next add a ribbon of hot glue around the fabric, leaving an opening on the bottom to add filling.
Remove pins, and add filling so it’s nice and stuffed, then seal the opening with hot glue.
Finally I hot glue some buttons on, add a piece of torn homespun for a scarf and use a painters pen to add the eyes.
So easy and they turn out super cute!
DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN BELOW
Pattern compliments of www.motherthyme.com. For personal use only. ©2022
- CHECK OUT HOW I MAKE THESE ON MY INSTAGRAM PAGE. A FULL VIDEO WILL BE COMING UP LATER THIS MONTH ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL!
If you make these I’d love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram at motherthyme!