It’s the last day of the 2015 Ornament Exchange and tomorrow is our huge ornament link party! 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 45 ornament tutorials and several super fun shopping trips.
For this ornament exchange, over 70 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.
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Sarah from Flourish and Knot took her inspiration from Faberge eggs and created this Faberge Inspired ornament. Sarah added glitter to the inside of the ornament and lots of pretty embellishment to the outside. Super simple and elegant.
Ash from Ash and Crafts shares a picture of her gorgeous Paper Flower Ornament. Ash specializes in paper crafts and will hopefully be sharing her tutorial very soon!
Janet from Try it – Like it shares her Polygon ornament. She used her Cricut machine to create the pattern and to cut the polygon shapes out. She then assembled the pieces to create this unique and one of a kind ornament.
Yvie from Gypsy Road School shares her ornament shopping trip at one of her favorite holiday stores. She picked out two ornaments for her exchange partner and even included some other goodies too!
Stephanie at Playfully Tacky shares her Potter Barn Feather ornament pick. She’s such a savvy shopper and was able to order this beautiful PB ornament and get FREE shipping for $10!
Stephanie at Wife Mommy Me didn’t post her ornament image because she wanted to surprise her exchange partner, but she did share a picture of the ornament she received in the mail.
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.