How to Make Tiny Tannenbaum Ornaments and Garland
Decorate your home for the holidays with handmade ornaments, garland and sparkle snowflakes.
- By Carol Duvall
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With tiny Christmas trees so popular, it seemed time to make some tiny ornaments to decorate them. Of course there are many such commercial ornaments on the market, but as a crafter, it seemed like a fun challenge to do some of our own creating. These are easy.
white foam plates
snowflake die and Sizzix die-cut machine
wire ornament hangers
1/16" paper punch (optional)
1. Cut the rim from the foam plate and cut remaining circle into pieces that will fit into the Sizzix machine.
3. Randomly punch holes in the snowflakes to give a lacy look.
4. Dab a bit of glitter glue (silver or gold or iridescent) onto a snowflake and spread around with your finger. Allow to dry.
5. Insert wire or fine gold cord hanger and display on your holiday tree.
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small rubber stamp
index cards or card stock
gold pen (optional)
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