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One of our favorite affiliate partners is Dollar Tree! Who doesn't love to go to Dollar Tree and find cute little things for decorating, baby showers and weddings, all for just a dollar?
Well, now that the holidays are upon us,Dollar Tree has you everything you need to make special, personalized Christmas ornaments. I was looking at their online site and in the toy section and I was inspired to make some ornaments and/or package tie-ons for my family's Christmas packages this year! We decided it would be great to make a video showing just how I made them. They are easy and super cute. Here are a few photos of what I started with. Clicking the pictures will take you to the link. Remember, if you want to buy in bulk, you can have your order shipped for free to the store nearest you.
Now, here is the video showing you what I did with them. I hope you enjoy it and please like our YouTube Channel when you get the chance!
Here is a list of other products, besides the figurines, that I purchased from Dollar Tree to make these ornaments:
Of course, I also used a glue gun, a little paint, and other supplies I have in my stash. For example, I had little wooden snowflakes already, but if you don't have any, Dollar Tree does have some little cute, stick on snowflakes or Christmas stickers that you could substitute that would work great! Just look around the store or online site and you are bound to find just what you need to personalize your ornaments.
Here is kind of a funny personal story. I told my son that I was teaming up with Dollar Tree and making Ornaments out of toys. He looked at me with skepticism, but when I pulled out the Polar Bear ornament and showed it to him, his eyes got wide and he said, "Oh wow! I want that one!" Then I pulled out the reindeer and he said, "Wait, I want that one, or Spencer does (my grandson)." Soon, he had decided which ornaments should be for himself, his wife and son. I call that a stamp of approval! I have to say that the polar bear is my personal favorite! I'll end with a few more photos of the finished products. I hope that you enjoy them and head over to Dollar Tree and give them a try yourself. Or, if you have a lot of ornaments to make, order online! These would be great at a Christmas Craft sale! Have Fun!
10/31/2017 12:38:48 am
They look adorable, I can't believe we are into November from tomorrow, I love the fun of Christmas #TwinklyTuesday
11/1/2017 04:44:01 am
Great idea! I'm familiar with those dollar store toys. Great way to decorate a tree or make fun present toppers. Visiting from Grandma's House party.
11/4/2017 01:18:20 pm
What a cute idea! Love how you've made them extra christmassy! Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday
11/5/2017 10:55:49 am
What CUTE ornaments!! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
11/6/2017 06:16:53 pm
I love how easy these are to make as I'm not really very creative. Thanks for sharing your Christmas decorating ideas with us at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty
11/7/2017 06:26:27 am
I loved your video it was great to see how you put them together
11/8/2017 08:49:21 am
Yes! So much less expensive and probably the same materials! Ha Ha! Thanks so much Leanna!
11/7/2017 04:23:09 pm
Thanks so much for sharing this CUTE idea at our Party in Your PJs link party. I'm featuring this on my site at our link party that starts tonight. You can see it at Grandma Ideas http://grandmaideas.com
11/8/2017 08:47:54 am
Thanks so much for featuring us Nina! I gave your party a shout out on our Facebook page!
11/30/2017 02:08:33 pm
Congrats Helen! Your post is Featured at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty that goes live later on tonight. See here: https://grammysgrid.com/blogging-grandmothers-link-party-22/
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Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!