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By JustMommies staff



Use your child's (or pet's) pictures to make your own Christmas tree ornaments. Give your ornaments a personal touch by adding your own decorative accents. Simple and easy to make.

Supplies



  • Foamy sheets
  • Metallic confetti
  • Mini gems
  • Ribbon
  • Glitter
  • Craft glue
  • Scissors

Instructions:



Step 1: Use cookie cutters to form shape of design in foamy sheets. Cut two designs out for one ornament.

Step 2: Cut a hole in center to show picture. Glue together, leaving a space for a picture to slip through.

Step 3: Poke hole on top. Slip ribbon through hole and tie a knot on top.

Step 4: Use craft glue to stick on glitter, gems, confetti, or ribbon to decorate the ornament.

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