I have been finding the cutest Christmas wrapping paper in Marshall’s and Home Goods. The wrapping paper that I’ve been buying has the cutest Santa’s on it and I just knew we would have to get creative with it. I thought it would be fun to create some simple ornaments out of the wrapping paper.
The supplies that I’ll be using are:
1. Christmas wrapping paper from Home Goods
2. Hot glue
7. Small bowl
8. Ink pen
9. Paint brush
The first step is to cut a circle out of a piece of cardboard. I traced a small bowl onto the cardboard and then cut out my circle.
The next step is to trace your cardboard circle onto the wrapping paper.
I traced my cardboard circle onto the wrapping paper twice. This will give me two circles of the wrapping paper to cover the front and back of the cardboard circle.
I added the decoupage onto the cardboard and then added the wrapping paper circle.
Once I had both sides covered with the wrapping paper I then added the tinsel around the circle.
I glued the tinsel around the front and then I went around the outside edge and then over to the back side.
Once I had the tinsel in place I then created a small bowl out of raffia. I ordered this raffia from Amazon. You can click my referral link down below to see the exact raffia that I ordered from Amazon.
I zig zagged the raffia back and forth a few times and then tied a small piece around the center to create a simple bow. Once I had the center tied I then used the scissors to cut the ends.
I glued a small raffia bow to both sides of the ornament.
These fun ornaments are so easy to make and you can use any type of wrapping paper to make these. I hope you’ll get creative and give this fun ornament a try.