Alice Caroline, specialist in Liberty of London fabric, has lots of great ideas for Christmas crafting and would like to share one with you. Using even the smallest of Liberty of London fabric scraps you can make amazing Christmas decorations to adorn your home and we think these really cute baubles look great!

This really is a stunning way to use up any spare Liberty scraps of fabric and any baubles that don’t match your colour scheme anymore. This project simply uses plastic baubles in a variety of sizes, scraps of Liberty fabric and PVA glue - it’s a really easy but fun crafting project that you can sit down and do with family or friends. The finished result makes a really lovely decoration for your home.

Alice Caroline Garrett owner of Alice Caroline said "I love dreaming up new ideas of what to do next with my stash of Liberty fabrics. Christmas is such a busy time that it’s quite refreshing to take some time out and do something I love - making pretty things out of Liberty fabric. I made them in Christmassy greens and reds but they would look amazing in multi colours or a colour to suit your Christmas colour scheme."

  1. Get hold of old baubles (by delving into your storage space!) or buy new ones from any crafting shop, buy some PVA glue and get some Liberty scraps here
  2. Cut the fabric scraps into small pieces (the right size depends on the size of your bauble) – random shapes is fine.
  3. Glue the cut pieces of fabric onto the bauble making sure you use lots of glue. It’s fine to cover over the top of the fabric with glue as it dries clear. Cover the whole bauble with the different fabrics.
  4. Let them dry overnight and then hang up at Christmas time to decorate your home.
  5. Done – so easy and fun!

Alice Caroline sells a wide variety of Liberty scrap packs in a selection of colours including Christmas reds and reds and greens. Take a look on the Alice Caroline website at