Ornaments with Pipe Cleaners and Wooden Beads

Today was a rainy, windy day full of lots of cuddles and nose wiping of two sick little kids. In between snuggles we found time to make some Christmas ornaments~ definitely a great activity for this kind of day.

I had been wanting to make these adorable snowflake ornaments I saw on Pinterest, but didn’t have the exact materials and wasn’t about to drag two sickies out to the store. So I searched our craft supplies and found some pipe cleaners and wooden beads we had used for the glass lanterns  we had made a while back.

The kids and I sat on the floor with all the materials and just had fun making our own creations! I love how they turned out~ Lucy was so proud to hang them on the tree (and Theo insisted on wearing them as bracelets~ he was proud too!)

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12 Responses to Ornaments with Pipe Cleaners and Wooden Beads

  1. artmusedog says:

    Beautiful photos and great craft idea for children ~ (A Creative Harbor ^_^)

  2. Paula J says:

    Another great project idea!! Love how colorful they are 🙂

    Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party!


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  4. dianaramblesdotcom says:

    So cute!

  5. andie says:

    such a great way to spend a rainy day. these are just darling and will likely be treasured for years to come. thanks so much for linking up to tip-toe thru tuesday!

  6. Carrie says:

    So fun!! I know we love the ones we made previously. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  7. Karyn says:

    LOVE homemade kid ornaments! I just started a new saturday linky called Share It Saturday and would love to have you come by and link up each week! Thanks!

  8. Homemade ornaments are my favorite. I love the colorful beads. I’m featuring you this week at the Sunday Showcase. 🙂

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