Monday, November 7, 2016

Snowflake Ornaments

  Once I returned home to AZ, I put myself to work right away and created more Christmas crafts/gifts to donate for our Church's annual Christmas Bazaar.  I wanted to make something simple, fast and cute.
 I put together Dollar Tree assorted snowflake ornaments, ...
and supplies I had on hand to make these super adorable (in my humble opinion) Christmas ornaments. 

These are some of the finished shower curtains turned Mini Christmas Wreath ornaments, all decorated with the crochet holly leaves I made; ...
and the all decked out Raggedy Christmas Wreath ornaments I had made a couple of weeks ago.
The raggedy jeans wreaths were a huge hit.  People were asking for more, and I only made two!!!  Who knew!!!

This was such a fun and simple craft to make that I really enjoyed making.  My next mission is to replenish my Christmas craft supply stash for next year.  So...I'll be stopping at every garage sale, estate sale, thrift store and clearance sales that I can!

Our Christmas Bazaar was this past weekend, and I'm so happy to report that all these ornaments were sold out!
The sad part is that I didn't save any for me! :-\
Crafting & Cooking with J & J #73

It is not happy people
Who are thankful;
It is THANKFUL people
Who are HAPPY!


  1. Wow you made such pretty ornaments and so nice you donated them to church. Too bad you didn't save some for yourself.
    Have a wonderful week.

  2. It's always a good feeling when others like what you create. The good thing is they went to a good cause and you had fun making them. They turned out so cute.
    xx Beca

  3. I can see why all these went fast they are terrific, Love the layering on the snowflakes and your crocheted holly leaves look fabulous on your wreaths!!

  4. Thanks for sharing this ornament craft at Monday's Cooking & Crafting with J&J! :)

  5. They are all really lovely. Glad they were such a huge hit at the bazaar.

  6. Oh cute!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!


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