Today is the third day of the 2015 Ornament Exchange! If you missed the first few days, you can visit the all of the ornament tutorials and holiday inspiration 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 3 brings us 5 bloggers with 5 fantastic ornament tutorials. But want to know what I love the most about these ornaments? All of these are so easy to make that anyone can create them!
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Samantha from DIY Just Cuz lives in Japan and took her ornament inspiration from the Japanese culture. She shares the meaning behind the paper crane and a great tutorial on how to make these birds and her cute ornament.
Jillian at I Am A Homemaker shares her tutorial on making a Purple and Gold DIY Ornament. It’s a thoughtful ornament that she created especially for her ornament exchange partner. Visit her blog to see how she created this one-of-a-kind personalized ornament.
Anima from This Design Journal shares two ornament tutorials on her blog! She shares how to make glitter balls and glittered mirrors…super glamorous!
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.
Jocelyn at Displaced Yinzer shows us how to create a Let It Snow ornament and shares some of her tips on creating a blizzrd in the 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.
Yay! Thank you for letting me join in on the fun of this ornament exchange. I struggled a little with coming up with an idea but once I realized I wanted to use inspiration from where I live it was easy!