Homemade Keepsake Ornaments  

Posted by: Julie

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Today I thought I would share the Christmas ornaments
I made for my mom last year.

First, I had each child sit very straight on a chair,
making sure the girls hair was out of their face,
and took a picture of their profile.

I printed it onto card stock and cut them out.





Next I put the cut-out profile picture onto green scrapbook paper
and traced each picture then cut them out.





I purchased round cardboard ornaments from Michael's and painted them red, then I used Mod Podge to secure the profile to the ornament.






I used the same green paper as the profile to print the children's names and the year. I cut it out and again used Mod Podge to secure it to the ornament.






I tide a simple little ribbon to the top of the ornament.




Now, I need to make some for MY tree!

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7 comments

This is so cute and simple! I just love it!! Thanks so much for sharing this fun idea!!

Blessings,
Becky

Lovely idea! What an awesome tradition to begin. Would be great gift tags too.

I love silouettes, this is a great idea!

That is so cute! If you live in the US, you should enter the tutorial contest I'm hosting. It goes through the end of this month: http://seemommysew.wordpress.com/2009/11/01/the-great-tutorial-contest/

Love it! Thank you so much, I've been looking for a tutorial on how to do this. Thanks! :)
God's blessings, Sarah :D

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