What Do You Need To Make Your Own Ornament?

How do you make Christmas ornaments?

Mix together salt, flour, and water to make these salt dough creations. Roll them out and use Christmas-themed cookie cutters to make all your favorite shapes. Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping. Fill shiny glass ornaments with wood, fake snow, or mini Christmas trees — the options are endless. via

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Do it yourself ornament storage?

In a DIY a storage box: One Good Thing by Jillee has a super easy tutorial for ornament storage that uses just 4 things: a large plastic storage bin, plastic cups, cardboard, and a hot glue gun—just glue the cups to the cardboard (these layers can easily be stacked inside the bin) and fill the cups with your ornaments. via

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How do you decorate clear ornaments?

  • 01 of 10. Create Place Cards for a Holiday Table.
  • 02 of 10. Grow a Little Plant Inside.
  • 03 of 10. Turn Glitter Into a Galaxy.
  • 04 of 10. Perch Some Love Birds on a Branch.
  • 05 of 10. Give the Gift of Hot Cocoa.
  • 06 of 10. Brush on Some Gold Leaf.
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    How do you store ornaments so they don't break?

    Storage Boxes & Other Containers

    It is best to pack your ornaments in special boxes or containers made especially for them, since they are typically fragile and can break easily while in storage. via

    How do you store odd shaped ornaments?

    How to Store Unusually Shaped Ornaments. Christmas ornaments that are unusually shaped might be tricky to store depending on their size and shape. Wrap them in a layer of tissue paper, followed by a layer of bubble wrap to ensure that fragile ornaments won't break in storage. via

    How do you make ornament dividers?

  • Trim pieces of cardboard to serve as ornament dividers in your box.
  • Then, create dividers sized to fit the opposite box length.
  • Allow your dividers to fit together like a puzzle by trimming halfway through the width of each divider, at every 3″ interval.
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