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December 13, 2013


Natalie (QSOgirl)

Wow, what beautiful ornaments! I'm a big fan of sticking things inside ornaments (it's the basis of my etsy shop, haha!) but I'd not thought of photographs. I might have to try this!


I love the idea of an altered cookie cutter, would simply enjoy embellishing with various elements from a favorite collection pack. I think it can be so festive and so unique:-) Have to give a go for next year:-)!!!

Heather - housesbuiltofcards

OH - so many fun ideas I can think of! I would love to make something including photos of my girls,and somehow include glitter and burlap - the perfect mix of rough and tumble and girly!!!

kayla f

My favorite ornaments to make are the cinnamon ones. You just mix cinnamon and applesauce together, cut out some cute shapes and bake them. They smell delicious and look like cookies hanging on the tree. I am also working on making my garland from paper beads.


I'm not too good at explaining things but I'll give it a try....

In school one year my son made the MOST PRECIOUS Ornament Ever!

An angel of himself....

They took a school photo and just used his head. Attached it to a doily that had been folded around into a cone shape. Take another doily, cut it in half and glue to the back of the cone for the wings. Then take some gold pipe cleaner to make a halo.
It is my FAVORITE ORNAMENT on my tree!


Mason jars seem to be all the rage lately, and I would love to decorate one with Bundled Up!
Last year I made these paper ornaments using Snow Day (an old fave of mine): http://cristinascrap.blogspot.com/2012/12/paper-ornaments.html

Niki Willaert

Oh my! I think might just be the cutest thing I seen I have seen this holiday season! Absolutely love this - gorgeous work and just so sweet and precious!!

I love handmade photo ornaments adorned with scrapbooking supplies, frames made out of tiny ornaments and all aqua, mint, pink and glittery! I also just love the burlap craze and monogram or initial ornaments. So many ideas to choose from and try!

Joni Moore

Those are so cute!
My ornament idea this year is to use wood veneers. They are all over Michael's in such cute Christmas shapes... cheap too using Michael's weekly coupons. I'm going to layer them with chipboard, PP and a picture of the kids.

Gina M

I love the idea of purchasing tiny children's mittens and stringing them up with clothespins as a garland. The "hands" can be decorated with the words "winter" or "Ho Ho Ho" (even amount of letters to go with pairs of mittens) and other cute embellishments from the Bundled Up line from CP. Tiny candy canes sticking out of the top. Festive!

Linda Johnson

I made a cone Christmas wreath yesterday. Now I want to try the cone ornaments. Just cone happy! Such a nice way to use such beautiful papers!

Brenda Lubrant

Our local organization made ornaments for a tree of rememberance to raise money. We purchased clear glass oraments for this project. You take the wire holder off the ornament and stuffed clear shimmery tinsel inside. Replace the wire holder. Then we took a white feather and attached it to the ornament by placing it in the tails of a silver glittery premade wire bow and twisting it around the wire holder. We then used a sharpie pen to write and name of the person to be rembered. They turned out beautiful as we decorated a whole tree with these ornaments. After Christmas the person who bought an ornament receives it back to put on their own tree the years to follow.

Cassandra Duchaine

I make handmade ornaments with my kids every year. I think the first one we ever did together was beads threaded onto silver pipe cleaners that I then assembled into snowflakes.


Oh, Christine, I just could look at your things all day with all their little detail! Thanks for doing them for us. I love love the tag and must do that on everything now - lol.

My favorite ornament to make: My girls are teenagers. I like to take pictures of them around Christmas when they were little, reprint smaller if I need to, cut them out. I then wrap a tiny box in tiffany blue with gold trim and attach one of the girls sitting on the box. Then I have fun and put snow in the bottom, a little snowman, tiny candy canes and sometimes a garland across the top. I treasure them each year when I pull them out!

Mel Blackburn

Gorgeous!!! Such a great gift idea! We might just make this for the grand-parents this year.


I want to make paper stars this year to give each of my children for their yearly ornament. I saved this link from last year that has the tutorial. Wish me luck!

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