It’s the 11th day of the 2015 Ornament Exchange and we’ve got 7 more fabulous ornaments to share! If you missed the first few days, you can visit the all of the ornament tutorials and holiday inspiration here. We’ve already shared over 35 ornament tutorials and several super fun shopping trips.
For this ornament exchange, over 80 bloggers were partnered together and given a budget of $10 to swap handcrafted or store bought ornaments. So, if you’re looking for some holiday ornament craft tutorials or ornament inspiration, you’ve come to the right place! You’ll be amazed at what these talented ladies did with $10 and a little creativity.
Day 11 and brings us 7 more unbelievable ornament tutorials!
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Kathleen from Fearlessly Creative Mammas shares how she created this cute birch ornament using paint, wood, papaer, Mod Podge, and more. Super fun!
Shirley from Intelligent Domestications created this Chilly Snowman ornament for her snowman loving partner. You’ll have to head over to her blog to see how she made this snowman looks so chilly!
Jen & Rachel from The Evolution of Mom shares her Home for the Holidays ornament. It’s a simple ornament that will remind her exchange partner of home.
Emily from The Green Mountain Couple shares her hand drawn Snowman Wood Slice ornament. She burned the drawing onto a wood slice and colored it in. Love the look and so easy to do!
Emily at Simply Home Love shows us how to create an ornament using mini hoops. Totally in love with this and is yet another ornament craft that I have to make.
Jackie from Run with Jackabee shares how she created these Colorful Glitter Ornaments. I love all things glittery and I think most crafters have all the supplies in their stash. This is an easy and quick craft and would make lovely gifts too.
Olga from Random Bits of Happiness shares her super creative Blog Capsule ornament. I’m totally blown away by this ornament and how personalized it is to her exchange partner, Ida. It includes pictures of Ida’s kids and blog posts from Ida’s blog all printed on paper and placed into the ornament. LOVE IT!!!
Find more fantastic ornament inspiration by heading over to the 2015 Ornament Exchange page to see all the participating bloggers or click on the images below to visit each individual day.