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DIY: Mosaic Ornaments from CDs + Video Tutorial

use clear ornaments, fill with fake snow, make a face with a sharpie, and use a baby sock for the hat.

Simply Cute Creations: Snowmen Ornaments

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Easy Christmas Crafts Paper Circles Ornament in green stripes

A "melted" snowman ornament! Just a few peppercorns, some kosher salt and orange paper cone!

Crafty Soccer Mom: Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments

Crafty Soccer Mom: Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments

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OMG! Glitter...like, on the INside of the ornament. Why can't everyone do this! My rule is if I touch it and glitter comes off on my hands, it is not welcome in my house

greenbean's crafterole: ALL THAT GLITTERS...MINUS THE MESS

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  • Donna Davis

    I ahve searched everywhere today for this balls and can not find anyone who has them, used too they were in every store

  • Christine Honeybun-Preachuk

    To Donna - Check Michael's - I just picked some up yesterday.

melty bead Christmas ornaments. i could have so much fun with this.

Recycled CD snowflake mosaics

Thomas Elementary Art: Recycled CD Snowflake Mosaics by 4th Grade

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Snowflake Ornament

Ashley’s Snowflake Ornament

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Peppermint Ornaments With an icy tingle on the tongue and a pinwheel of Santa-red and snow-white stripes, peppermints are the coolest holiday sweets -- especially when transformed into edible hanging ornaments. Lay five or so peppermint candies in a circle to form a wreath; bond sides together with icing. Adorn front with cinnamon candies or mints. Let dry two hours before hanging. Loop twine around ornament; knot.

CD Scratch Board Art 1. Any old CD 2. Acrylic color (preferably dark color) 3. Paint brush 4. Pencil 5. Anything with sharp point to scratch the color (I used the arm of the screwdriver)

Each year at Christmas my children exchange homemade ornaments with their cousins instead of presents. This year we made "I spy" ornaments. Another 1st grader mom and myself came up with the idea, and she wrote the poem on the tag: "I spy 2 snowflakes, a star from the night, A golden ring, and a Christmas light; A holly leaf, a snowman, a little white dove, 2 bells, a present, and a heart full of love."