3D Cardstock Ornament Garland

It should be no secret by now that I love Christmas, and gold, and if I had the time, I would craft some fabulous gold Christmas decoration (or seven) for every room of my house.  But, alas, with Christmas comes a mile-long list of things to do, on top of the already overflowing to-do list that I normally have, so crafting fabulous decorations just doesn’t always happen.  When I can create something fun and festive in less than an hour, though, I am totally doing that!  That’s why I love my 3D Cardstock Ornament Garland – it was so simple and quick to make, but is so cute!  (And a bonus that I used gold ribbon.)



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 Whether you need a little extra something to hang from your mantle, or wrap around your tree, this garland is super easy to make with just a few craft supplies you probably have on hand.



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 First, pick some cardstock.  I am using a heavy double-sided scrapbook paper for my garland.  Using either a circle punch or scalloped circle punch, cut circles to make your 3D ornaments.  You will need 4 circles per ornament.



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To make one of the ornaments, simply fold each circle in half.



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 Glue 2 of the circles together to make the halves of the ornament.



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 Place one half of the ornament on each side of your ribbon and glue them together with the ribbon in the middle.



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Continue this process until you have a complete garland.

That’s it!  A quick and easy but festive Christmas decoration!  You could embellish with glitter, add some ribbon tassels, or customize it to a particular occasion other than Christmas.  Don’t you love versatile crafts?

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  • http://www.thinkingcloset.com Lauren @ The Thinking Closet

    Wow! That’s even WAY simpler than I anticipated, but oh so beautiful! And now you’ve got my head reeling with ideas for how I could use cut-outs made with my Silhouette…. Thanks for the inspiration, friend!

  • http://www.1dogwoof.com ChiWei

    I have not started decorating for Christmas! Yikes! So much to do, so little time. This is a great idea though – I may have to adapt this for Valentine’s or something!

  • http://www.pitterandglink.blogspot.com Bethany

    Love it!

  • http://www.4you-withlove.com Marilyn

    This is such a beautiful garland yet super simple to make! This project is my kind of project, Kirsten!