2 Materials
15 Minutes

Using ornaments that I have on hand and a pair of Dollar Tree socks to create a cute ornament for your tree.

Hey there! Today’s the 10 on the 10th Blog Hop, this month we are sharing ornament inspiration! I want to thank Tammy Patina and Paint for hosting the $10 on the 10th blog hop each month. This month, we have 7 of us sharing ornaments under $10 or less. At the bottom of my page I will have the links to all the participant’s ornament crafts.

I am sharing a simple way to use ornaments you already have with a little help from a pair of Dollar Tree socks. You can make 4 good size ornaments from one pair of socks. This is so easy y’all I am a little embarrassed to blog about it, but I just have too!

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I have a lot of ornaments that I will not be using this year so I am using what I have on hand, but Dollar Tree also has plenty of different size ornaments for you to choose from.

Directions as follow: Don’t blink or you might miss them! 🙂

  • Take one sock and cut it in half.

  • Take the sock with two ends opened, turn it inside out and sew one end close with a needle and thread. You could also hot glue it closed as well.

  • You want to use ornaments with large top openings. Remove the ornament cap and put it to the side for now.
  • Slip your ornament into your sock pocket with the open cap side facing up.
  • Tucking the sock edges into the ornament’s opening securing it with hot glue.

  • Take the cap of the ornament and flatten the prongs.
  • Add the cap back on the ornaments and press the prongs snugged to the ornament.

That’s it! I can’t wait to add them to my kitchen tree! Love the texture and coloring.

Suggested materials:

  • A pair of socks   (Dollar Tree)
  • Ornaments   (on hand)

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