Easy Christmas Ornament  

Posted by: Julie



I'm linking to Today's Creative Blog 

Here is a very sweet and inexpensive Christmas ornament
I made to give as gifts this year...

bird's nests for the tree!

Here's how I did it:
I found this decorative excelsior moss in one of my cabinets
and decided it would make a great base for the nest.

I pulled out a small amount and just used my hands to press and shape until...

it took on the shape of a birds nest.

I thought it looked a little too "green" so I spritzed it with a bit of brown spray paint I had on hand.

I picked up a bag of spanish moss at the Dollar Tree

and added it to the nest to give it more dimension.

I made little bird eggs out of air dry clay I had left over from a school project and hot glued them in the nest along with a bit of Merry Christmas ribbon.

I made these as gifts, but I think I need to make one for my tree, too!

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So cute--what a great idea. Come over and see the cool Christmas project I just posted.


There is a poem or something that goes with a bird's nest Christmas ornament. I'll see if I can find it for you. You are supposed to hide the nest in the tree's branches or something. I'll let you know if I find it. BTW, cute ornament.

very cute! nice gifts!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Very cute. The ribbon is just perfect. Laura @ the mansion

What a cute idea! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

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