I am back again with another twist on a handmade ornament project! This project can be sized up or down depending on the size of circle that is used. A larger size can be used as more than just a typical seasonal "ornament" but as a decorative accent for your living space. I have heard it called a Paper Ball Ornament.
Here is what I used:
Start by punching out 20 circles from your decorative paper and one circle from the cardstock. Cut a triangle from the cardstock and use that as your folding template.
Fold each of your twenty circles. Then using a gluestick begin attaching them as shown in the picture. Use ten to create a long strip which will be the middle band of the ornament. The top and bottom of the ornament is created with five pieces each glued together to create a dome shape.
Take the long strip and glue the ends together to form a ring. And then glue one dome on to make the top and the other dome for the bottom. Be sure to tie a loop with your string and thread it through the top of a dome before you glue it together so you can hang your ornament when you are finished.
Ta-Da! I love the shape of this ornament! I like how versatile it can be. Make it smaller for your tree and make it larger to create a statement piece for your decor. A great gift to make and keep! To see a quick video up close, click below.
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