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Simple handmade ornaments. All you need is a box of plain ornaments and a gold (or silver) Sharpie.
I made several of these last year, including this one and one that says Family, and has all our names around the ornament.


“Leise rieselt der Schnee” by Sarah Connor

10 responses

  1. plainmama

    Such a cute simple idea!

    18. December, 2008 at 05:27

  2. doreen3boys

    You forgot to mention you also need good handwriting, lol! And a translator for your xmas songs, lol! Great idea!

    18. December, 2008 at 06:57

  3. ashleyhiskesphotography

    That is beautiful! I would love to see the family one.

    18. December, 2008 at 07:04

  4. This IS my handwriting, but you could always print something out and use graphite paper to trace it onto the ornament 🙂

    A translator? Nah! As long as they sound pretty, there’s no need to translate 🙂

    18. December, 2008 at 07:05

  5. Thanks, Ashley.
    The Family one is difficult to photograph. It’s basically the same idea as this one. I wrote Family on the ornament, and then (on the same line) wrote all of our names, but those are a little smaller than “Family”.
    I’ll try to get some pictures when I get a chance.

    18. December, 2008 at 07:07

  6. Man y’all are EARLY birds! I was impressed with my getting up before 8, but y’all got up with the roosters.

    I’m with Doreen, you forgot to mention the absolute perfect handwriting! lol I always wanted to get like a caligraphy lesson book and learn how to do that. My Gramma did, and her handwriting is so awesome!

    18. December, 2008 at 07:40

  7. kristiehavyer

    Your always so crafty. That is really beautiful

    18. December, 2008 at 13:18

  8. Very pretty.

    18. December, 2008 at 21:18

  9. Pretty! I will be back tomorrow to listen to the song, when I have some peace and quiet. 🙂

    18. December, 2008 at 21:19

  10. Looks nice – I wish I could do those crafty things.

    I wanted to drop by and say Merry Christmas and thank you for putting The Handyguys Podcast on your useful links.

    Thanks – Merry Christmas

    19. December, 2008 at 13:41

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