Vintage tea strainers come in all sorts of fun shapes and sizes…so why not pair them with salvaged chandelier crystals and repurpose them into rustic, but gorgeous Christmas ornaments? Easy to make, and everything comes from Grandmas house! The strainers come with built in hooks, so they were always meant to hang on a Christmas tree, right? Fun, festive holiday upcycle craft project from SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com
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Window Swag Cut freehand stars out of cardboard (or enlarge and use the star template). Poke cloves through in random patterns, then glue red or white yarn around edges. Hot-glue pipe cleaners to the back, form into hooks and hang from a birch bough from your backyard rested on the window frame.
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Fun, funky, and bedazzled in glitter, simple cardstock tags are transformed into great ornaments. Cut the bird bodies from red or white glitter paper to avoid the mess of traditional glitter, and draw on the details using paint pens. We used white for the snow on the background, black for the eyes and legs, and red for the details on the feet. Punch a hole in the top corner of each tag, and string with bakers twine to hang.
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Diy Christmas make a bunch under $5~ I love this idea. I got a bag of 20 golf balls for $ 2 from a yard sale. Such a simple project for homemade tree ornaments, or curtain tie backs, or hang them on doorknobs =) golf balls, or Styrofoam balls (any size) scraps of fabric, ribbon, sheer ribbon, leaves, or other festive do-dads
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