It’s the 10th 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 30 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 10 and brings us 7 more unbelievable ornament tutorials!
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Jami from An Oregon Cotttage shares her DIY Scrabble Tile Grapevine Wreath Ornament tutorial. Jami painted each wreath and glued Scrabble Tile holiday words to each one.
Bernadyn from B is 4 shows us how she created an elegant woodland ornament. I’m already inspired to make a few of these for our tree.
Kim from Made In A Day created a Modern Wrapped Tree Ornament. So simple, yet so beautiful! I think these would look great as a gift topper too.
Pam from Home on the Corner shares her Paper Pinecone ornament. She’s my ornament exchange partner and I love the ornament she created for me 🙂 The paper choices to create this sparkly paper pinecone goes perfectly with my tree!
Christine at Where The Smiles Have Been shows us how to she created this very personal DIY Vacation Map Photo Ornament using a vacation image from her ornament partner. I love this technique and will have to try it using the images of my kids.
Lexi from Lexi Michelle Blog shares how she created these DIY Paper Pine Cone Ornaments. It’s a unique technique to apply folded paper to a styrofoam egg that created a pine cone look.
Katie from Love My Messy Messy Mess exchanged several emails with her partner and found that they had several things in common – wine, dragonflies, and their German heritage. Love that she was able to get to know her partner so well and create this favorite things decoupage ornament.
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.