Coastal Inspired Christmas Ornament

I know a lot of you are getting into the Christmas spirit searching Pinterest for just the right recipe and maybe even bringing decorations down from the attic. I've been doing the same things too. I'm teaming up with a great group of ladies for Day Two of the DIY Ornament Blog Hop.
The ornament I'm sharing with you today is so easy it almost doesn't even need instructions. I'm always bringing home shells or bits of sea glass so this year, I decided to put those treasures in a coastal inspired ornament. You'll need these items to get you started...
The first step is to carefully remove the stem from the ornament. The edges from the stem will be sharp so use caution and common sense when doing this step. Next take bits of sea glass and start filling the ornament. I usually fill less than half way. You don't want the ornament to be too heavy and fall off the tree.
Once you have the sea glass in the ornament place the stem back inside the ornament.
Now that the stem and ornament are secure, use a piece of raffia to create a hanger for the ornament.
You can leave it plain or you can add a tag from a family vacation, your favorite beach, word of the year or whatever you like. So easy, right? Be sure to check out the other creative ladies joining the

The Crowned Goat (CoCo)
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