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Today's tutorial will be about how to make your own inexpensive ornaments. As we are in October as I write this post, these are fall-themed ornaments I am making. However, you may use this tutorial for any kind of foam ornament you'd like to create...the possibilities are as limitless as your imagination!!
You will need:
Foam bowl-filler decorations of your choice
Thin or small-size paper clips
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Wire-cutting craft scissors
First, clip your paper clip precisely in the middle where the small curve is.
The inner arch will be removed to create this little U-shaped pin.
Gently press the arch into the foam bowl-filler. I found these adorable sparkly pumpkin bowl fillers at Big Lots. The box cost $2.49 for 44 bowl-fillers.
Bead a small amount of hot glue around the arch. Complete as many as needed equivalent to the amount of ornaments you have. Set aside.
Next, take a paper clip and cut it right at the bottom of the side opposite the double loop.
You will now have a small hook. Thread it through your ornament.
Use your crafting scissors to carefully close the loop.
Gently pull open the other side. Taaa-Daaa! Instant Hook. :) Your ornaments are now ready for use! Factoring in the cost of the paper clips, this project cost less than $5 to complete the 44 ornaments.
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