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DIY Amaryllis Inspired Christmas Ornament

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Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season.

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When it comes to decorating for the holidays, I like to keep things simple but elegant. That’s why I am so excited to share with you my amaryllis inspired Christmas ornament. 

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

So pretty and so incredibly easy to make…just the way Christmas should be! It’s the perfect ornament for the 31 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments Blog Hop hosted by Yesterday on Tuesday, Cupcakes and Crinoline, and An Extraordinary Day. Did you happen to see the cute rustic and rusty ornaments 504 Main shared yesterday?

I love how pretty this ornament looks on my mini kitchen Christmas trees.  Can you imagine how amazing a huge tree would look all decked out with these ornaments?! 

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

If you aren’t really a ‘crafter’ but would love to decorate your tree with something homemade, this DIY ornament tutorial is definitely for you! 

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

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Supplies for Amaryllis Inspired Christmas Ornament:

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

(2) 12 x 12″ shimmer cardstock sheets

(1) daisy lever punch

(1) pkg of Styrofoam balls

(1) 100 ct Long Pearlized Pins (red) 1 1/2″

(1) ribbon

Start by using the daisy lever punch to make several hundred card stock flowers. 

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

Next stack two flowers together, place on the Styrofoam ball and then insert a pin into the center. Take another pin and lightly fluff/bend the leaves of the flowers to give them a 2-d look. Continue with this step until the ball is completely covered with flowers.

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

Then use the ribbon to make a separate bow and loop. Fold the ribbon for the loop in half and then pin onto the ball.

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

Take the ribbon bow and place directly on top of the pinned loop. Attach the bow with a pin in an inconspicuous location. Now the ornament is finished and ready to adorn your tree!

Easily create this elegant amaryllis Christmas ornament for your beautiful tree this holiday season. The full do-it-yourself tutorial is included!

If you are looking for even more handmade Christmas ornaments, you are in the right place! Every day this month, I have a friend sharing a tutorial for homemade ornaments. So…by the end of the month you will have 31 wonderful ways to decorate your tree! I can’t wait to see what The Chelsea Project is going to make tomorrow!

Here are all 31 Bloggers in order of their appearance:

Day 1 – Pet Scribbles | Day 2 – Yesterday on Tuesday
Day 3 – Cupcakes and Crinoline | Day 4 – An Extraordinary Day
Day 5 – Celebrating Everyday Life | Day 6 – Hunt and Host
Day 7 – Love of Home | Day 8 – Celebrate Creativity
Day 9 – Petticoat Junktion | Day 10 – What Meegan Makes
Day 11 – Atta Girl Says | Day 12 – Sweet Pea
Day 13 – Exquisitely Unremarkable | Day 14 – Imparting Grace
Day 15 – In My Own Style | Day 16 – 504 Main by Holly Lefevre
Day 17 – Inspiration for Moms | Day 18 – The Chelsea Project
Day 19 – I Should Be Mopping the Floor
Day 20 – My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Day 21 – Hearth and Vine
Day 22 – Shabby Art Boutique | Day 23 – Remodelando la Casa
Day 24 – Domestically Speaking | Day 25 – Swoodson Says
Day 26 – Stone Gable | Day 27 – My Creative Days
Day 28 – The Crafting Nook | Day 29 – Knick of Time
Day 30 – Lovely Etc. | Day 31 – Live Laugh Rowe

 



 

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32 Comments

  1. This is such a lovely and elegant ornament, Laura. It is truly worthy of being a special gift that will be treasured for sure. I recently purchased that same flower punch and I have a couple of good sized balls in my stash. Hmmm… there might be a new ornament in the making at my house. 😉
    Thanks so much for joining up with us this year! It’s really a blessing. xo

  2. What a handmade treasure! I’ve never seen those pretty red-headed pins before, but they are really neat–the combination of red and white look beautiful. And I love that you chose a black and white ribbon to set the ornament off. You’ve created a beautiful keepsake!

  3. Laurie, push pins have never looked so lovely. This is really cute and I actually have all the supplies already in-house for this-lol.

    I have so many little flower die cut presses from my scrapbooking days. This cute little ornament is a good reason to finally pull them out and put them to good use.

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