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DIY Vintage Santa Ornament

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Compliment your vintage holiday decor with this DIY Vintage Santa Ornament.  Handmade Christmas ornaments always add character and personality to your tree...and can inspire great family conversations!

DIY Vintage Santa Ornament

Materials:

  • Glue
  • Hot glue & gun
  • Glitter (we used red and clear)
  • Vintage Santa images via The Graphics Fairy
  • Frozen juice lids
  • Accordion folded paper medallions (either vintage book pages or a nice scrapbooking paper)
  • A thin tinsel garland
  • Santa Images
     

Instructions:

  1. Print out the Santa Images template and cut out your Santa head of choice.
     
  2. Slather a good helping of glue onto your juice lid, then pour glitter on and shake off.

    DIY Vintage Santa Ornament
     
  3. Glue the Santa right into the middle of the glitter lid.

    DIY Vintage Santa Ornament
     
  4. Then, also with the hot glue, put a ring of the garland around your juice lid.
     
  5. While the glue dries, you can make a stack of accordion medallions. Once everything has dried you just have to assemble. Glue the glittered Santa juice lid into the middle of the paper medallion using the hot glue gun.

    DIY Vintage Santa Ornament

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Sep 21, 2014

I think this is a great idea. I personally like to alter large and small decorations on our tree, but if bobbylonardo thinks this is too large, here's an idea for him. Eliminate the paper altogether, glue one juice lid to edge of garland and then decorate the other juice lid the same way, insert a ribbon loop between the lids and glue the lids together. What say?!

 

Sep 16, 2014

Looks kid of big to hang on a tree.

 

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