Glitter Monogram Ornament and Gift Tag

glitter monogram ornament

Everybody loves a little sparkle on their Christmas tree, and these glittered monogram ornaments from Janel at Nellie Bellie offer plenty of glitz with very little time or cost. All you need is cardboard, glitter, and glue to make a whole batch of ornaments. Display them on your tree, gift them to friends, and even tie them to presents for an extra pretty package!

glitter monogram ornament

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Gold Leaf Ornaments

West Elm Metallic Leaf Ornament Knockoff Copy Gold Autumn Thanksgiving Decoration

Jen from Librarian Tells All shares how to turn some leaves into seasonal décor versatile enough to display fall through Christmas. Here’s from Jen: “I love West Elm’s Metallic Leaf ornaments! I imagine displaying them all through fall, dangling them above the dinner table on Thanksgiving Day and letting them shine alongside the chandelier crystals, then reusing them on the Christmas tree in December. But eight dollars apiece… West Elm, are you for real?! I knew I could come up with something similar for so much less. For just $4.89, I made eight, with supplies left over for many more. The best thing about this? You could so so many other things with these, too! Fill an apothecary jar, adorn a candle ring, make a wreath, decorate gift boxes with them, etc…”

West Elm Metallic Leaf Ornament Knockoff Copy Gold Autumn Thanksgiving Decoration

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Faux Mercury Glass Finials

Jessica from Plum Patchwork was looking for unique curtain rods for her office but didn’t want to spend a load of money. When she couldn’t find anything she liked within her price range, Jessica turned her search to finials. Again, pricey! That’s when she had the genius idea to buy cheap rods and add Christmas [...Read More]

Glitter Snowflake Ornaments

SPARKLY snowflake ornaments

Dawn from Designed by Dawn Nicole knew she wanted to make some sparkly snowflake ornaments as soon as she saw them in the Pottery Barn Kids catalog. Since they were made of cardstock, Dawn knew she could easily recreate her own. She designed and printed them on the computer and then cut them out and [...Read More]