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ornaments. could do hearts w/ diecuts & DSP

Star Snowflakes Christmas Tree Ornament, Let it Snow Xmas Decorations, Blue and Silver, Set of 2 ornaments

Tips from a Typical Mom: Better Than Salt Dough {Homemade Clay for Ornaments or Handprints}

Better Than Salt Dough (Homemade Clay for Ornaments or Handprints)

All those salt dough creations & ornaments are getting a re-do! Better Than Salt Dough cup cornstarch 1 cup baking soda cup water, Stir over medium heat. Bake finished clay projects in 175 degrees F for an hour (flip 'em over after 30 minutes)

Garden light season is right around the corner, and I spotted a great DIY project to kick this off. Michelle made her string of lights using twine, but to give them variety in the color department, she shot them with Rustoleum. To check out the entire tutorial, head on over to Pocketful of Dreams.

Make It: Twine-Ball Garden Lights

Craft Ideas / DIY Craft Project: How to craft a twine-ball light garland {As featured on Rock n Roll Bride} - Wordever

This vintage unsilvered Christmas ornament was made in the US of A. The small, frosted glass holiday ornament has a green, a yellow and a red stripe.

Vintage Unsilvered Christmas Ornament, Small Frosted Glass with Stripes Holiday Ornament

35 Awesome Christmas Balls and Ideas How To Use Them In Decor | DigsDigs

Paper-Stuffed Christmas Ornament A clear ornament ball stuffed with cut up pages from an old book and sheet music adds a handmade accent to any bibliophile's Christmas tree. Learn more about this project.

Altered Cork Ornaments - very cool!  Rusty Rooster Vintage: Meet Kimberly Madson Art and Design

Wine Corks as: jewelry, fan or light pull chain, necklace, earrings, shade or blinds decor - crafts to replace pulls on kitchen ceiling fan!

Twine Ornaments ... I love the dried apple ornaments, too.  Great ideas for decorating the tree.

25 DIY Christmas Ornaments

Mini Tutos [Navidad] on We Heart It. Not actually a detailed tute, but when I was little we used white glue and soaked the yarn with it. I think for larger things we might have used starch?