I love collecting ornaments every year for my kids. I write the date on the bottom and they are so thrilled to pull them out each year and see what ornaments they received as small children. So I thought, why not collect some cute ornament ideas to share with all of you. These were all created by our super design team girls and we've linked back to their blogs for additional ideas and instructions. Liz Qualman create this beautiful star and these great step-by-step instructions. You can download the PDF from Liz's blog!
Love this fun ornament create from circles by our talented Erin Bassett. Visit her blog for more fun ideas like this one.
Robyn fashioned these Star Ornaments from a fun tutorial she found on Family Fun. Visit her blog to find the link and see more of Robyn's great Christmas ideas.
We were as surprised as you to learn you could "stamp" on an ornament. Heather Carpenter created whole basked of these ornaments, visit her blog to check it out.
Sarah created this fun clear ornament with a cute polar bear surprise in the center. Visit Sarah's blog for other fun ideas using Polar Expressions.
Wouldn't you love to see Liz's tree? She created another cute ornament for us. Visit her blog for other great ideas for this holiday season!!Aphra Boyler create these darling paper ornaments. Along with this fun idea, her blog features many other holiday ideas you won't want to miss.
I couldn't pick just one idea from Cari Locken's blog, but I did find this darling ornament I wanted to post for today.
How sweet is this darling bird ornament with folded paper wings! We love this project and many more from Cindy Stevens, check out her other ideas on her blog!
Thanks to our awesome Design Team girls that are so talented. We're so thrilled to share with you their cute projects using Imaginisce products. Don't forget to leave a comment to be entered into our Polar Expressions Grand Prize drawing!!