Tuesday, 1 November 2016

31 Handmade Christmas Ornaments 2016

Now is the perfect time to start planning for any Christmas decorations you might want to make this year. Just enough time to find inspiration, get your supplies together and start making. Everything will be dry/finished when you need them in December!

Talking of finding inspiration, October saw the 31 days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments blog hop back for another year. A fantastic collection of 31 Christmas ornament ideas from 31 different bloggers. Such diverse projects, from really traditional to super modern. I really think there is something for everyone here.

Now we've reached the end, here are all 31 Ornaments in order of their appearance.
Just click on the link or photo to see the full tutorial.

Day 1 - The Silly Pearl 

Day 2 -Yesterday on Tuesday 

Day 3 - Cupcakes and Crinoline

Day 4 - An Extraordinary Day


Day 5 - Knick of Time


Day 6 - Pet Scribbles

Day 7 - Simply Kelly Designs 

Day 8 - Town and Country Living

Day 9 - Petticoat JUNKtion 

Day 10 - The Everyday Home


Day 11 - Up on Tippy Toes

Day 12 - Remodelando la Casa


Day 13 - DIY 180


Day 14 - 504 Main

Day 15 - Sum of their Stories


Day 16 - At Home with Jemma

Day 17 - The Kim Six Fix


Day 18 - Shabby Art Boutique


Day 19 - Morena's Corner

Day 20 - My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia 


Day 21 - Our Southern Home

Day 22 - Domestically Speaking

Day 23 - The Crafting Nook


Day 24 - Sweet Pea


Day 25 - Dukes and Duchesses


Day 26 - Heathered Nest


Day 27 - Lovely Etc.


Day 28 - Stone Gable Blog

Day 29 - Mod Podge Rocks

Day 30 - Running with a Glue Gun

Day 31 - All Things Heart and Home
See what I mean about something for everyone!

For even more ideas check out last year's 31 Handmade ornaments here
Do you like making Christmas decorations? Can you imagine any of these ornaments hanging on your tree? Some of them could double up as beautiful gift tags too, where the recipient can that hang them on their tree afterwards. A bonus mini gift!

Julie Nyanyo
Julie Nyanyo

Hello, I'm Julie. I love making things and this is where I share my enthusiasm.

9 comments:

  1. Thanks Julie! What a great wrap up! And thanks so much for being a wonderful part of this year's blog hop! See you next year!! ;)

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    1. Thanks Diane, I've loved being involved, thanks so much for all the work you put it to organising.

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  2. I have enjoyed this hop with you. Have a great week.

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  3. Wow! My tree is so full of kids stuff there is barely room for my favourite tartan bauble! But an inspirational post. Jo x

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    1. Ha ha Jo, you know the answer to that don't you? Have another tree somewhere just for you! Or maybe give them away as gifts - all the fun of making but none of the storage issues!
      We are the same, we put every ornament we have ever had or made on every year, we like a nice uncoordinated laded tree in our house.

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  4. Great ideas for ornaments!! Thanks so much for visiting!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  5. Love all these ideas. Can't wait to try a few. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Shared

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  6. What a beautiful range of ornaments, Julie. So many different styles. Pinning.

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