I’m popping in for a quick DIY post. I realized after I was done making my ornament that I should’ve maybe taken some photos along the way to share to process. I’ll get better at this blogging thing eventually, I swear!
An ornament could be made in memory of so many things, whether it be a wedding, a birth, etc. My mom made me one with my tassel from graduation! If you’re someone like me, you keep things to remember the special days. Those knick knacks can sometimes end up stuffed in a drawer and you just don’t know what to do with them! I decided I could take some things that I had saved from our wedding and put them in an ornament. As a personal preference, I am someone who is a big fan of Christmas trees filled with ornaments that hold many years of memories. Plus, it makes them so much more fun to decorate.
This is what I used…
- Clear glass ornament bulb
- Wedding dress scraps from fittings
- Pin from bouquet
- Dried flower that would fit without breaking
- Tag from our invitations
- String used to wrap around our invitations to hang the tree
- Toothpick to move the pieces around to be in the order you prefer
Basically, just put in whatever you’d like the ornament to have a forever keepsake! Using a toothpick helped me move things around once I got them into the bulb to get the positions that I preferred.
Here is a close up of the final product!
What do you have sitting around that you could put in an ornament? Let me know your ideas!