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Happy December 1st! I am so excited to finally share our paper bag DIY advent calendar we made this year. I am so happy with how it turned out. I was happy to see that it wasn’t a big eyesore in the house when it was finally up! The perfect amount of pretty, yet relaxed and low key all at the same time. When I originally shared a little peek over on my Instagram page, we received so many questions about how we achieved theRead more
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This post is brought to you by DecoArt. Today I am excited to be teaming up with some fabulous blogging friends & DecoArt to bring you some fun handmade Christmas ornament ideas & tutorials & a DecoArt Holiday Giveaway so you can make some of these fun ornaments, too. :) Today I am sharing an easy Christmas Tree ornament tutorial that my kiddos have been making for years. We have used these to hang on the tree, as gift tags & to give to neighbors & friends. So keep reading to see how to make these cute tree ornaments, & don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end of this post. :) For this project you’ll need: jumbo popsicle sticks foam brushes glue stick cardstock chipboard hooks buttons hot glue or school school Americana Multi-Surface Satin Paint in Turf Green *Just about all of these products can be found at your local Michaels store. :) First you’ll paint your popsicle sticks with the turf green Americana Mult- Surface Satin paint. I love this paint because it can be used on so many surfaces. It’s definitely my go to paint! ;) After I painted the sticks I used hot glue to turn them into a triangle. Then I used a punch to make yellow stars out of textured scrapbook paper. I also punched out stars in chipboard. I glued them together with a glue stick to make them super sturdy. Then I glued the star on top of the tree. I did the same thing for the trunk ~ a piece of brown striped scrapbook paper & some chipboard glued together. Then I hot glued the trunk to the back of the tree. Then I flipped my tree over, and it looked like this. Next I glued some cute buttons all over my tree for the “ornaments”. Then the last thing to do is to hot glue a hook on the back of the ornament. Now isn’t that just the sweetest ornament you’ve ever seen? ha! ;) Do you like to make homemade ornaments with your family? I’d love to hear your ideas. :) If you need another easy kid craft idea check out this Popsicle Stick Rudolf Ornament. Now it’s time for a fun giveaway from DecoArt! Yay! :) Enter in the form below to win this crafty bundle from DecoArt. Winner must be a U.S. resident. Good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway For more handmade ornament ideas check out these post: For even more ornament ideas go here. On the bottom of this post you can check out the other DecoArt blogger ornaments. :) Thank you so much stopping by my blog! If this is your first time visiting I’d love to keep in touch. Don’t miss a post! Subscribe by email or bloglovin’. This project & post were created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.
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