Handmade Christmas ornaments



Check out http://lawnfawn.com to see our products, more ideas and inspiration! In this video, Lawn Fawn Design Team member, Chari shows how to make glittery ornaments into adorable critters using our Woodland Critter Huggers Lawn Cuts die set! She will demonstrate how to add glitter to the clear ornaments using a surprise ingredient and add some die cut felt to create ornaments that will be the stars of your Christmas tree!

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• woodland critter huggers
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• woodland critter huggers winter add-on
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• paper bag cardstock
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• sparkle cardstock – holiday
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• Noble Fir Cardstock
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• Chili Pepper Cardstock
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• glue tube
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• EK Tools craft tweezers
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25 thoughts on “Handmade Christmas ornaments”

  1. I found your adorable video, thanks to the suggestion by Jennifer McGuire, while watching her ornament making video, and I’m so glad I did! These are just absolutely adorable! It is a great way to use your stash and think outside the box when it comes to your dies and embellishments to add fun accents. I can’t wait to try these! TFS! ☃️ Ali K.

  2. What kind of hot glue do you use? I made the reindeers! Yay. I used the glass ornament balls though. The problem is the antlers keep falling off when I touched them. I've tried both low temp hot glue and fabric tac. Any suggestion how to adhere antlers to glass?

  3. Absolutley adorable…what a fun idea for the whole family, i will def be trying these adorable critters for my tree this year….Ty so so much for sharing your talent with us… Do u have an instagram account ? Your own YT channel? Happy Holidays & God Bless

  4. Sadly, I live in a hot and humid area, and the floor polish does not last through storage during the rest of the year. I use polyurethane now, and it’s worked much better, but it’s way messier and I have to confine my projects to the garage when I make these. Still, this could be fun for older kids (tweens and teens) who like to create!

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