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Simple Paper Flower Ornaments

By: Jessica Jones from howaboutorange.blogspot.com
Updated September 16, 2019
Simple Paper Flower Ornaments
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Brighten your home this holiday season with incredibly easy homemade Christmas ornaments. Use red, white and green to create these Simple Paper Flower Ornaments. If your kids are old enough to use a stapler, they can definitely help out. Combine different colors that you associate with Christmas, like red and white to resemble candy canes or the classic red and green combo. These DIY paper ornaments are so easy, that you can experiment with colors, folds, sizes, and more. No matter what you choose, these homemade Christmas ornaments will add a lot to your tree.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialPaper

Beginner

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These are beautiful. They will certainly be a fun project with children in the family. They remind me a little bit of ribbon candy from my childhood holidays. I would use cardstock so I can keep them from one Christmas to another. I'd hang them using monofilament or fine wire hooks. There is a tiny hole paper punch which would be ideal to make a place to insert the hanger in one of the loops.

I love budget-friendly holiday ornaments! No more having to pay for expensive store-bought decor!

These are brilliant and can be used in o soooo many ways! O the possibilities are endless! They can be used as ornaments on a tree, ornaments on a package for birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, graduations on a paper crafted greeting card. The color varieties are as wild as your imagination! These can be flowers, balloons, lollipops. You can also dip the edge in glue and then glitter.

These are so cute and after reading the instructions, I can say they will be easy to make. And they fit into my frugal budget. Everything I love in a craft. And I will put them on the tree and also on packages as decorations. They will look great done in coordinating colors.

I made snowflakes with this idea. A little glue and glitter and voila!

Reminds me of ribbon candy.

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