Christmas ornaments are pretty important traditions in my family. We exchange them every year and Rob even proposed to me with one he had made while we were in Disney. Tomorrow I am attending a cookie and ornament exchange. I’ve been pinning a lot of ornament ideas on Pinterest and decided I wanted to make my own.

I’ve had these glass ornaments for years and just never got around to doing anything with them. I decided to decorate a few to represent some of my favorite classic Christmas songs.

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For Frosty I used the same crochet yarn from my snowball project, extra fabric from a tie blanket, and a few buttons.

Hearing the sound of bells jingling always puts me in the Christmas spirit. I have a small collection of bells in various colors that were perfect for a Jingle Bells themed ornament.

Santa is filled with crumpled tissue paper and embellished with construction paper I secured with some hot glue.

Festive. Unique. Fun. Most importantly, easy!

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  • Reply Cathy Miller December 15, 2015 at 11:24 am

    They are adorable and look easy to make. The snowman and Santa would be light weight too.

    I bet you’re the hit of the ornament exchange!

  • Reply 25 Days of Christmas: Decorative Trees December 15, 2015 at 9:46 pm

    […] mine I used the crochet yarn from my snowballs and the snowman themed Christmas ornament for one tree. It was very easy to wind the materiel around the cone and secure it with a knot. For […]

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