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Melted Crayon Ornaments: Take the top off, drop in bits of crayon (colors mix to make other colors), top back on and hold, Use hair dryer heat to the crayons until they begin to melt, & swirl.

Seriously, my SIL and I made a bunch of these this year, then placed Uppercase Living sayings and letters on them; however, we didn't use varnish; we coated the inside with Mop N Glo; IT REALLY WORKS!!!

Make one every year! Maybe with Christmas card pic. How cool would it be to have whole set years to come. Can go back and get old pics to catch up!

Christmas Ornament - String dipped in glue and wrapped around a balloon. Looks great here, with the addition of rusty jingle bells (which you can age yourself-see my board, "Christmas Crafts") and burlap ribbon.

Etsyfrom Etsy

Etched Celtic Bear 4" Glass Ornament - Suncatcher, Bear, Sun-catcher, Celtic Knot, Bear Knot, Viking

These pieces are hand abrasion-etched, which gives the design a natural variation and complex beauty, without the use of chemicals or lasers. The design has been etched directly into the glass itself, which means they are as easy to care for as they are beautiful. You will enjoy them for years to come! • 4" glass ornament with etched Celtic acorn knot. • 3/16" thick. • Slanted edges refract light into a rainbow of colors. About the design- Celtic knotwork patterns have been used for centuries as symbols of connection, protection, and good luck. And, let’s be honest, because they look awesome. I made this bear because I've always liked bears and what they represent, but I had a hard time finding one that was neither too cute nor too ferocious. They symbolize strength, compassion, courage and wisdom, but can also be very powerful when pushed too far. This is my second design iteration of the bear. My first attempt didn't capture the quiet strength of the bear. This design captures a good balance: looking friendly and open, and also showing the underlying strength of the bear. All CelticKnotWorks pieces are proudly handcrafted in the USA. See more of my cool stuff at

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Nature Ornaments

nature ornaments! fill glass-ball ornaments with sprigs of holly, bayberry, and evergreens. pretty!

I made these with my sons kindergarten class last year and let them using a sharpie write their name on it then I put the year on. Then they took them home for their parents to remember years from now how their penmanship looked in 2012 to the current time

handprint snowmen ornaments. Make sure you write their names and the year on the bottom. What a cute idea!

Becoming Marthafrom Becoming Martha

10 DIY Kids Christmas Ornaments to Make at Home

handprint snowmen on clear ornaments then fill them with tinsel. So pretty. these might be out ornaments this year.

Three Fingerprint Holiday Ornaments - A simple Christmas craft to make with kids. Save your ornaments for years to come.

Falafel and the Beefrom Falafel and the Bee

Making Melted Crayon Glass Ornaments

DIY - Making Melted Crayon Glass Christmas Ornaments - I am sharing two different methods of making ornament balls that are super easy and beautiful too!