Christmas Ornaments

Ok.. you may have guessed by now that each week, I am joining in with a festive cheer blog hop.. this week’s challenge is “Christmas Ornaments”. And before I waffle on forever, I want to ask:

Are these blog worthy?!?!?!?

Or are they a bit naff and wibbly wobbly and all over the place?

UPDATE: Come find the “How to” over on Red Ted Art!!

In the mean time, join in the Christmas Blog Hop and link up your DIY Christmas ornaments!


Other blogs taking part:

Rainy Day Mum ~ Mummy Mummy Mum! ~ Life at the Zoo ~ The Fairy and The FrogJennifer’s Little World ~ Making Boys Men ~ The Boy and Me ~ Mama Pea Pod ~ Here Come the Girls

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11 Responses to Christmas Ornaments

  1. Emma says:

    I think they are very cute! and sylish. x
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  2. Galina says:

    They are very charming, bright and cheerful. Wobbly is good, more authentic. ;)
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  3. Yes please for instructions! I think they’re fab and we’re doing paper mache pots tomorrow so would love to do these as well
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  4. I just made some paper mache baubles, too. Mine are also wobbly, but I still like the way they turned out. Now I’m wondering how you made yours. :)
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  5. I like them, I always like the quirky! Thanks for linking them to Festive Friday! x
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  6. I think they are fab! The fact that they are a bit wobbly adds to their charm. Besides which, they are at least a million times better than anything that I could ever make :-)

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