Christmas Ornaments

Here is the link for the tutorial for the first seven ornaments.

Here is the link for the tutorial for the above ornament.

Here is the link for the tutorial for the above origami ornament.

Handmade Christmas ornaments make for special and sure-to-be-treasured gifts for friends and family.  This year I found some ornament tutorials and then used papers from different Pion Design collections to make these ornaments.  I chose the colors based on the color theme each friend and family member was using this year for their Christmas tree.
Have a great day!
Tara

Pion Products:
Ornament #1:
the-songbirds-secret-in-the-nest-pd8404-front
Images from the Past ~ Christmas angels ~ PD166
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #2:
Patchwork of life – Childhood curtains PD9207 back

Ornament #3:
the-songbirds-secret-in-the-nest-pd8404-front
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #4:
Patchwork of life – Childhood curtains PD9207 back

Ornament #5:
Christmas Wishes – Snowfall PD9808 front
From Grandma’s Attic – Christmas joy – PD1315
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #6:
Christmas Wishes – Let it snow PD9807 front
From Grandma’s Attic – Christmas joy – PD1315
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #7:
Long ago in Bethlehem – Holy scripture PD9410 front

Ornament #8:
My Dearest Sofia – Warmhearted PD8809 back
the-songbirds-secret-blooming-branches-pd8407-back
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #9:
Christmas Wishes – Snowfall PD9808 front
Images from the Past – Long ago in Bethlehem PD1629
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102

Ornament #10:
Christmas Wishes – Santa’s friends PD9806 back
Christmas Wishes – Gingerbread land PD9803 back
From Grandma’s Attic – Romance PD139
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II PD6102
Pion Design Palette – Pion brown II PD6125

  • Pam

    Tara these are lovely you have been busy
    Thanks for sharing XPamReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous ornaments, I fell totally in love with all of them. Thank you for sharing this.
    Greetings MirandaReplyCancel

  • Gina Bloyaert

    Hi Tara,
    What a beautiful creations,thx for the links for the ornaments.
    Mvg gina BelgiumReplyCancel

  • WOW … stunning Christmas Ornaments. All look very precious through the jewelery accents and are fantastically decorated.ReplyCancel

  • These, truly, are just about the most magical and beautiful handmade Christmas ornaments I’ve ever seen. I’m totally gobsmacked.
    Thank so much for sharing. I’m going to attempt to make them for my own tree – though I don’t give myself too much hope. LOLReplyCancel

  • Geri

    Tara, these a Fabulously Stunning!! Breathtakingly GORGEOUS!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth

    I have been trying to make the star ornaments from your solid cardstock before I wreck the good paper. I don’t know what I am doing wrong. I make 2 identical ones but when I put them together….they do not look like the ones above. Are these made by combining two and could you tell me the sizes that these ornaments are? Thank you for any help.ReplyCancel

    • DT ~ Tara

      Hi Elizabeth, Yes the first seven star ornaments are made by joining two (that are exactly the same) together. Just bring the two together and straddle the star points so that the points are next to each other (not on top of one another) and then merge them by threading the long thick strips through the joined star points. Once these thicker strips are in place, glue them down to the point and then trim off the excess at the top of the thick strip with scissors to make it into a point. You can vary the size of the ornaments, but mine are all about 6″ in size. I hope this helps!ReplyCancel

      • Elizabeth

        Tara, thank you for answering my questions. Your work is amazing. I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful work.ReplyCancel

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