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DIY Ornaments-Day 16

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Post time 2019-12-16 19:12:40 | Show all posts |Read mode
Fly with you! Here are some flitterific and easy ideas for your own tree or to give to friends.

Basic Cardboard Ornaments

What you need: Paperboard, pictures, glue stick, a needle and thread

  • If you're printing out images, print two of the picture you want for your ornament. Both should face opposite directions.
  • Glue one image on the paperboard and carefully cut it out
  • Glue the other image on the other side
  • Carefully poke a hole with the needle (BE CAREFUL, needles can be sharp!)
  • Thread a string through the hole and tie a loop knot

Bonus: A treetoper for mini Christmas trees!


  • Glue both images on one side of the paperboard, you'll be cutting two seprate circles
  • Create a paper tube and glue the cardboard circles to either side

I'm putting these cardboard ornaments on my mini Christmas tree. The images I used are 12 days of Chirstmas ornaments from Pixie Hollow.

Glitter Ball Ornaments

What you need: Empty glass ball ornament, floor wax and glitter

  • Carfully remove the top of the glass ball and save it
  • Pour a little bit of floor wax in the ball and be careful. A funnel helps.
  • Scrunch up a paper towel and use it to cover the open slot. Shake the ornament up until it is all covered. Pour off the excess on another paper towel
  • Pour a bit of glitter in and shake it up again
  • Replace the top of the ornament. Feel free to decorate it with stickers if you want!

Present Ornaments

What you need: A foam block, wrapping paper, tape, ribbon and a paper clip

This one's easy. Wrap the block just like wrapping a normal present and tie a ribbon. Unfold a paper clip and poke it through the foam. This will be your hanger.

Plush Heart Ornaments

What you need: Scrap paper, pins, fabric, scissors, needles and thread, and cotton stuffing

  • I like to draw a heart template on scrap paper (by folding the paper in half and drawing half a heart). Then I cut it out
  • Pin the heart on a piece of fabric. BE CAREFUL as pins are sharp
  • Cut out two identical hearts
  • Pin the hearts down with the good sides visible. Sew them together leaving one space open for stuffing
  • Stuff the heart and stitch the open side. Secure your stitch by tieing a loop knot.

Why not decorate your heart with buttons, ribbons or strips of other fabric? It doesn't even have to be a heart. It can be a teddy bear.


Hope you enjoy!






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