I have an adorable holiday craft idea to share today! These mason jar ring wreath ornaments are so cute and easy to make; they’re perfect for holiday decorating and gifting. I made these ornaments for a fun holiday ornament exchange & blog hop. So if you’re looking for handmade ornament ideas, you’ve come to the right place! Keep scrolling to see my tutorial along with 21 other ornament ideas.
Welcome to the 2016 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop! This year, there are 11 pairs of partners or 22 talented ladies participating in the exchange. The rules of the challenge were simple – create a handmade ornament for under $15 to exchange with a partner and create a tutorial to share on the blog hop! Thank you to Erlene from My Pinterventures for coordinating our second Ornament Exchange!
I was paired with Debra from Shoppe No. 5. We are both big fans of anything Christmas and handmade, so I knew I’d love anything she created for me. She sent me the most darling Christmas car ornament! Be sure to check out her tutorial here.
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How to make a Mason Jar Ring Wreath Ornament
- Mason jar lid rings
- I used lids from regular pint size jars, but if you’d like a larger ornament, try the wide mouth style.
- I used Charisma by Loops & Threads because I liked how thick it is.
- Sheets of felt
- Assorted holiday floral picks
- Jute twine
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
1.) Knot yarn around the mason jar ring and secure with a dot of hot glue. Wrap the whole ring with yarn, keeping it somewhat taut so the metal ring doesn’t show through.
2.) Before tying off the end, thread a strand of twine or string through one or two loops of yarn for hanging your ornament.
3.) Cut a few pieces from the holiday picks. I chose small gold berries for my mason jar ring wreath ornaments. Use hot glue to secure a few of the “branches” to the wreath, then add a small felt flower. If you need a tutorial for making felt flowers, check out this one from my friend Lauren.
You could also use buttons, ribbon, bows or bells to embellish your wreath ornaments.
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