Today is the second day of the 2015 Ornament Exchange! If you missed the first day, you can check out the 5 ornament tutorials here. 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!
Day 2 brings us 7 ornament tutorials and one fabulous ornament shopping trip for 6 holiday ornaments inspiration.
Kelly from Simply Kelly Designs shares her DIY Ornament for Nurses. I love this idea as I know nurses work really hard to take care of all of us. I think this would be a great gift to give anyone in the medical field.
Audrey at Munofore shares her tutorial on making a Bird Family Christmas Ornament. I’m so impressed with Audrey and how she made this mini grapevine wreath using her own grapevine. She even created mini eggs and a personalized year tag for this special family ornament.
Trisha from Rhinestones and Sweatpants shares her DIY Pottery Barn Inspired ornament tutorial. This is such an easy tutorial to follow and save you a lot of money while still getting the Pottery Barn look.
Laura at Decor to Adore is sharing her 2015 There’s No Place Like Home ornament series. You can purchase these ornaments in her Etsy shop and she gives a large portion to Boys Town, which strives to reunite kids with their families, finding foster homes for others, and helping others that have nowhere else to turn.
Lyn from Mid Michigan Mom shows you how to make personalized DIY Block Ornaments. She used wooden blocks and added family photos to each block.
Betsy from Happily Ever After, Etc. shows us her fun trip to JoAnns and her handpicked ornament for her 2015 ornament exchange partner. Betsy chose a beautiful stacked box present ornament from the Holiday Cheer line that fits her partner’s style perfectly.
Becca from Tulips & Orchids made this cute felt mini pie for her partner’s tree. I think she did a fabulous job and I may have to make one of these for my tree.
Find more fantastic ornament inspiration by heading over to the 2015 Ornament Exchange page to see all the participating bloggers.