DIY Ornament

I love to make things with my hands that add beauty to my home. This year my homemade ornament was inspired by Pinterest (of course). I made many different ones but I want to share three of them.

The first one is a simple clear glass ball filled with burlap (3 in. wide burlap ribbon cut in half and then cut into 5 in. strips). Then I used my cricut to cut red vinyl into the word JOY!

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The second one is still a clear glass ball filled with burlap but this time I used a flat white vinyl to cut a snowflake and then the red vinyl to cut Merry Christmas! This one I attached to a gift! I love to add a simple gift to the outside of a real gift! It makes it more fun!

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The last one is the clear glass filled with burlap with chocolate brown vinyl cut into the nativity and the red vinyl cut into Believe. I think it is important to include the real reason for Christmas into all aspects of the day including the decorations.

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The reason for the season is Jesus. Believe in the Nativity. Believe in Jesus.

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One thought on “DIY Ornament

  1. Just found your beautiful Christmas ornaments on your blog. Love them! I sold some & gave many as gifts this year but had handwritten them as I did not own a Cricut machine. Now, I do and am finding tons of inspiration! I just ordered tons of supplies from Cricut. The 35% off sale was a great bargain! Also, I can’t wait to try your granola bar recipe. I am a southern girl born and raised but living in Maui for the last 12 years. I still love my pecans and use them often! They look delicious!

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