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Beautiful Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Adorn your Christmas tree with beautiful handmade Christmas ornaments made by you and your loved ones. Hang our easy-to-make ornaments on your tree for generations to come, give them as gifts to friends, or use them to amp up your Christmas wrapping ideas. Make one of our beautiful handmade ornament...
  • emily beth pangle

    glittered word garland

  • Leigh Tamu

    Words as Ornaments and look at the music sheets in the background!

  • Sheri Lorenz

    It's a cinch to make your own ornament message this Christmas. More handmade Christmas ornaments: www.bhg.com/... // It's simple to create your own ornament message for the holiday tree (or a mantel or window). Choose chipboard letters that spell a word or message. Coat with glue and glitter, then string on hemp twine

  • Julie Neu

    HOPE Christmas Tree Banner - @Debbie Arruda Phillips ? :)

  • Tiffany Clark

    DIY ornaments. Choose chipboard letters that spell a word or message. Coat with glue and glitter, then string on hemp twine.

  • Melody @ Behind My Picket Fence

    {diy christmas ornaments}

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