Good morning! I’m here today with the 6th Day of a Handmade Holiday! We are now half way through all of the fun DIY holiday projects I have planned! Today I wanted to share a project I made for my daughter – a Christmas Tree Stacking Ring toy! I used the Heather Bailey baby pattern to create this sweet toy!
My mom used the same Heather Bailey pattern to make stacking rings a few years ago. I thought using all green fabric and creating a Christmas tree would be a fun holiday spin to this cute toy.
I followed the Heather Bailey pattern exactly so there isn’t a tutorial for these rings! I’ve included the supplies I used and some process shots for fun! I wasn’t originally planning to add the colorful ric rac and pom-pom ribbon. Once I had my tree stacked though, it was screaming for something. I think the ribbon looks like fun ornaments or garland strung on my fabric Christmas tree!
Supplies Needed for a Christmas Tree Stacking Ring Toy: (not all items are pictured below!)
- Heather Bailey Happy Stacker Ring Toy Pattern
- Five different green fabrics in different shades or patterns
- Brown fabric for the tree trunk pole
- Ribbon for the top of the tree trunk
- Yellow felt scrap for the star
- Five different colorful ribbons, pom-pom trims, or ric rac to decorate the rings
- Sewing notions: Thread, scissors, ruler, pencil, pins, needle
- Interfacing – types needed are listed on the pattern
All finished – but definitely missing something!
Colorful ribbon of course!! I dug through my ribbon bin and found these fun and colorful ric racs and pom-pom trims. I hand stitched these on, trying to keep them as level as possible!
The last thing I did was to add a small yellow felt star to the top of our tree!! All finished!! Maybe this Christmas tree will help distract her from our real one! I doubt it – but I know she’ll still have fun with this one!!