Christmas Ornaments Made With Shower Curtain Rings

6 Materials
15 Minutes

To make your christmas ornaments you don't have to spend a lot. With only $ 5 dollars you can create 12 different ornaments for your Christmas tree and decorate them the way you like it.

Place a dot of hot glue on the closure and glue the first end of the cord (twine) to the curtain ring and then continue covering the entire ring.

When you finish covering the entire ring ,cut the excess and glue the end of the twine. 

Add the pearl stickers. These come with glue, but if you want to make sure they are well glued you can apply hot glue to glue them.

With the decorative ribbon of the color you want to decorate your Christmas tree, make some small bows to decorate the bottom of the ornament.

Then with a thinner twine or with the same ribbon make a "loop" and glue it in the back to create that part of where you are going to hang them.

With the same ornament you can create different by simply adding other ribbons or interlacing the ribbon between the pearls


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  • Grammy Sandy Grammy Sandy on Dec 17, 2019

    How long do you cut the twine?

  • Jan Jan on Aug 09, 2020

    Actually, my question isn't about this project but another of yours..the one where you buy a plastic laundry basket at Dollar Store...and then with sisal twine begin to wrap the basket in and out of the design till a pattern develops. I know i saved that project but cannot find it. Could i ask you to feature it again or send it to my anyone who reads it and saved it...I'd so appreciate it. I ran right out and got the basket!

    Jan Schilling

  • Tina Meckley Tina Meckley on Dec 04, 2020

    What width is the ribbon you used? Thanks in advance, Tina


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  • Joy Sheffield Joy Sheffield on Dec 10, 2020

    My version !!

    • Melinda Record Melinda Record on Dec 19, 2020

      BRILLIANT! Nice and pretty napkin rings are hard to find and when you do, they're often pricey. Your version is so sweet yet elegant. And the decorative possibilities are endless when you think of all the special holidays and celebrations when napkin rings add that special touch to the table and place settings.

      Thank you so much for sharing and INSPIRING!

  • Melinda Record Melinda Record on Dec 19, 2020

    OMG, this is so clever! These mini-wreaths are darling and there are endless possibilities for the embellishments. Love, love, love these!

    Thank you for sharing AND inspiring!