This year for our AHG troop ornament exchange I created paint brush snowmen. These charming snowmen were a huge hit. And no one knew how easy and affordable they were to make. Continue reading “Snowman Paintbrush Ornament”
Recently I participated in a homemade ornament SWAP. Because I waited until the last minute, I needed a really quick project to complete that was budget friendly. These adorable snowman were perfect. Continue reading “Snowman Ornaments”
Even though Christmas is technically over, I wanted to share with you one of my Christmas knitting projects and did not want to wait until next year. I found this amazing free pattern for an ornament that depicts the nativity on it.
Continue reading “Away in a Manger”
I was super excited to have my nieces spend a week with me over Christmas break. Together we made home-made ornaments for the tree.
The week before they arrived I made a batch of Air Dry Clay (see the recipe below). I used an assortment of cookie cutters that I had in my collection to cut the different shapes. When they arrived, I pulled out my acrylic craft paint and some brushes. Each one is as unique as they are, and it worked at the various skill level of the girls. After the paint was dry, I hot glued an ornament hook to the back and they were ready to hang. Continue reading “Homemade Clay Ornaments”
Every year the kids make a new ornament for their tree. Every year we make something different. This year we made crayon ornaments. Continue reading “DIY Crayon Ornaments”