12.10.2014

12 Days of Handmade Ornaments {Favorites Edition!}


Happy hump day! I hope you're all having good weeks so far. Remember the 12 Days of Handmade Ornaments series from a couple of weeks ago? (How could you not - it was crazytown around here for those 12 days!) Well I think I've recovered from that awesome madness and had a chance to take a look at each blogger's ornaments as well as the ones Y'ALL linked up here on that last day, and boy there are some talented ornament crafters out there. I decided it was high time to highlight a few of my favorites. Take notes, people. And even if you've already done all your decorating, you can always pin this post for next year :).

I'm a sucker for clean-lined, simple things, and so these wood scrap mini house ornaments from That's My Letter are right up my alley. (Aren't those little red hearts just the perfect touch, too?)


Katie from Baby Your Babies used an Easter egg as a base to make this adorable pine cone ornament.


Pom poms are just the most charming little things - don't you agree? I love this mini wreath that Cristina (of Remodelando la Casa) made out of them.


These yarn ball ornaments from All Things G&D kind of blew my mind. They're awesome! Plus, bonus!, Dusty gives some hints on which glues worked best for making them.


Who wouldn't like a pair of tiny mittens hanging on their tree? And what if you didn't have to knit them? The full tutorial is over on Confessions of a Serial DIYer.


If you need to make a bunch of ornaments, simple is the way to go. A perfect example? This gold-leafed polka dot ornament from The Happier Homemaker.


Lastly, I loved this mini jingle ball wreath from Serendipity Refined. I like the variety of gold bells she used!


Hope y'all found some inspiration here today. Now go forth and craft yourself some ornaments! :)

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4 comments:

  1. As an alternative to re-gifting (I am NOT a fan) I referenced this post and your 12-day series as an alternate - and ideas for homemade ornaments. So many inspirational ideas you and your blogging group had! - TAF

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