10 Kid Made Ornaments
We've been in a Christmas ornament making frenzy over here! The kiddos each have their own tree this year and they just LOVE adding more ornaments. Is there such a thing as too many ornaments?! : ) Here's 10 Kid Made Ornaments that we've done so far this month!
Ponybeads and pipe cleaners. Need I say more?
My attempt at a Santa belt!
Super easy recipe using cornstarch and baking soda. We used cookie cutters for our shapes. T and Little Sis loved using paint and glitter glue to add some flair ; )
We used a glue gun to attach our pom poms; be watchful of little fingers. Ouch! And if you plan on making several of these... buy a BIG ol' bag of them.
Well, not a complete handprint-- we couldn't fit his thumb on the ornament! But isn't it so cute?
Not gonna lie-- this was tricky with a squirmy 9 mo. old!
Don't Forget the Birds! My Pappou LOVES to feed his birds, so what do you get a 94 year old man for Christmas??? Bird Feeders made by his grand daughter and great grandson : )
Aren't these adorable? Browse around her page for the Toilet Paper Roll Reindeer Ornaments, too. Cuteness! Raid your craft stash for buttons, ribbon, pom poms, paint, beans, and construction paper.
Paint Chip Wreath
We have quite a stash from our recent move; Oh, the possibilities are endless with Paint Chips! T and I tore up a couple of green paint chips and then I used a hole punch for the berries. Super simple!
Such a great idea! It's nice to reflect on all that happened in the past year-- it's easy to forget!
Inspired by a Story Ornament
This year we participated in a Christmas Ornament Exchange with other families that use FIAR, and we have received several wonderful ornaments! We chose to make an ornament based on the book, "The Bee Tree."
Some of these would make great gifts and/ or gift tags, too!
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