DIY Farmhouse Glam Mini Ornaments

It's a few days past Christmas and you're probably already focusing on the new year - I've personally got a list of goals for 2023 building on my desk! BUT, I forgot to share these cute ornaments with you and thought it would be a good idea to do so in case you want to save them for next year. 
So cute, right!?

They're a cinch to make and easy to personalize for your mini tree. Here's my video on how to create your own. 


I really just used materials that I had here at home.

I think one of my goals for the new year may need to be more on top of things - like blogging. We'll see how that goes! 

Let me know if you have any questions at all - about these ornaments, my goals, whatever. And, feel free to share what some of your goals for the new year are. 

3 comments:

  1. That is a neat way to use yarn that frays/untwists easily. I think it is easy to customise the beads too by colouring the bead first.

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    1. Thanks so much! Yes, unruly twine is great for this project. And, you're right, with these unfinished wood beads, there are a ton of ways to customize these.

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  2. It will be a good idea to make a couple before I decide to get rid of my yarn stash as I haven't touched it last year :) I've got some wooden beads that I painted and put gold leaf on years ago.

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