FUN AND FESTIVE PAPER BALL ORNAMENTS
As many of you know, I love to work with paper, so this post should come as no surprise!
The joy is not only in making these festive paper ball ornaments, but choosing papers that work well together is loads of fun and shows creativity. You can also mix and match with the rest of your Christmas decor. I buy most of my holiday paper pads from Michaels, and this is the time to buy them while it's still early (you may also want to try stores such as Hobby Lobby and HomeSense/HomeGoods for paper pads). Then, once you pair complimentary patterns together, you can make these ornaments in a few easy steps. This is also a super fun project to do with kids, so double bonus fun!
TOOLS & MATERIALS (FOR ONE ORNAMENT):
Patterned and/or coloured card stock
3" circle punch
Punch out 8 circles, four in each pattern. Fold circles in half with the pattern side in. Apply glue to a half moon as shown, and adhere another folded circle, alternating the patterns. Do this until the ornament is formed.
Punch a hole through the top of the ornament, and feed string through. Hang in desired location!
Wasn't that easy and fun?
For another fun Christmas craft, you may not want to miss: