Friday, 21 December 2012

Decorate a Christmas Ornament


The theme of Tag Tuesday this week was right up my street - I love all things Christmas and love to make things to decorate my home and of course my tree.  I have made a quick video of how I made this bauble and it was nice to take a break from all my lists of this and that to do before Tuesday next week!!!

Here is the bauble I am showing you how to make on the video below.


Here is one I made last year in a different colour way.


And if you really like the look of the bauble why not try covering a wreath?  It takes a while but it looks fab.  I made this one last year too and it now takes pride of place on my chimney breast.


One final bauble that can also be made from large punches or dies (my snowflake was a die and the circles were cut with the Cricut).  This one is really easy to make and takes hardly any time at all.  


I, like many others, have lovingly chosen all my Christmas baubles and decorations over the years but there is a moment of pride when the ones I have made are admired as much as the ones I have splashed out on!  I am especially fond of some material baubles that my hubby and my eldest son made many years ago.  I think I may get my youngest started this year!

Hope you like the video!



I just want to say a big THANK YOU and to send a big HUG to my tag swap friends Anni, Barb, Mo, Jane and Jan.  I love receiving your tags and unwrapping them.  How wonderful to hold actual tags in my hands.  Thank you too to Carolyn for arranging the swap it was a lovely bit of Christmas fun.

Wishing everyone at Tag Tuesday a wonderful Christmas (with stockings full of crafty goodies!) and a happy and healthy New Year with time to play!

Merry Christmas X

11 comments:

  1. These are beautiful, Helen. They all look so elegant and festive, and you can really be proud of them! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Beautiful baubles and wreath Helen! your colour combinations are lovely. I don't have a fancy die paper cutter machine but I decorated eggs in a similar way with just little hand paper punches its great fun!
    I love hand made Christmas ornaments they give so much pleasure in the making and the admiring!

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  3. I love the retro feel of these ornaments. Blessings!

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  4. Fabulous ornaments! Bet you could sell those!

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  5. Fantastic wreath and baubles Helen, love them.
    Anni

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  6. Gorgeous baubles Helen and I think the wreath is stunning! I'm looking forward to the show and tell of our swapped tags next week :0) Mo x

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  7. Absolutely wonderful, real heirlooms to treasure for years to come, I love them! x

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  8. Beautiful baubles - and I love your videos :o)

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  9. Lovely baubles. Wishing you a Happy Christmas. Hugs Mrs.a.

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