20 DIY Holiday Ornaments

Need some extra ornaments for your tree? Check out our roundup of gorgeous, DIY designs from our favorite craft bloggers. They're easy, affordable and meaningful to boot (21 Photos)

Chandni Reddy on Dec 3, 2012 at 12:23PM

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20 DIY Holiday Ornaments

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Cupcake Ornaments

Why we love it: Frost your tree with these super sweet treats. They would also make an adorable accessory for an gift box full of edible goodies.

What you need: Plastic round ornaments; mini red balls for cherries; cupcake wrappers; glue; snow tex or any thick modeling paste; mixed bugle beads and glass beads; muffin pan that fits wrappers; decorating tip and disposable icing bag; and ribbon

How to make it: Place wrappers in muffin tin. Add a generous amount of glue to lower half of each plastic ball ornament and place it in the paper liner. Let dry. Stir modeling paste and add it to the disposable icing bag. Ice around the tops of the ornaments and place mini red ball on tops like cherries. Sprinkle with some beads to represent sprinkles, then let dry overnight. Add ribbons for hanging and enjoy.

For more detailed information, visit Diana Evans Illustration and Design

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