For the past 2 years, I've made 24 handmade ornaments in the month of November. This year, I will be making felt storybook ornaments for a Christmas tree at preschool. I've made almost all of them and they are soooo cute! Today, I wanted to do a little round-up of my 10 favorite handmade ornaments. If you want to look back on the past 2 year's ornaments, look at the archives in the month of November!
These little pipe cleaner dolls are made with pipe cleaners, wooden beads and assorted trims.
The felt pigs were modeled after a preschool art project!
These nesting doll ornaments are made with mod podge and fabric!
I wrapped stryrofoam balls with yarn and knitted little hats for these snowmen.
These birds, nests and eggs are all found in the craft store.
Dala horses are a favorite of mine... these are made with felt and ric rac.
Another mod podge ornament... this one is made with a plastic ball and wrapping paper.
The button wreaths are made by stringing wire with buttons and twisting them into a circle. Add a little ribbon and some jingle bells to the top!
The Santa owl was my first handmade ornament. I made little tags to go with each ornament the first year of the series. I must admit, it is a cute one. Made with felt and stitched together with dmc floss.
My favorite handmade ornament is this sweet, simple Baby Jesus. It's made with a little peg doll wrapped in felt. We will be making these in preschool this year.
Have a crafty weekend!