It's Christmas time!! I love this time of year, and I am always looking for fun and easy Christmas Gifts to give my friends and family.
Today I am going to share some Easy Tile and Vinyl Christmas Ornaments that I made and gave as Christmas Gifts.
I actually made these TWO years ago. How's that for being on the ball?!
I just kept forgetting to post about them. I didn't plan on it originally, but thought you might enjoy them. The few shots you see in this post were just snap shots I took, but I am glad I had them. :)
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I like to make the most of my vinyl buy using both the cut image and the left over vinyl it came from. See the two ornaments above? That is one cut of vinyl and I got two ornaments out of it. I think they both look super cute...waste not, right!?!
What you need:
Tile- for ornaments use 3"x6'' white tile or use 6''x6" white tile to make tile plaques (see below) I actually got my tile at the Restore, sometimes you can find it even cheaper there. :)
Vinyl- order online or cut with a cutting machine.
How to make:
Start by applying your vinyl to your tile. Not pictured.
simple bow in your ribbon, and hot glue it to the back of your tile.
small easel. I created these simple nativity scenes and gave them to friends, everyone loved them! You can see I also used both parts of my vinyl which gave me twice as many gifts using half the amount of vinyl. Whoop!
Before you go, I wanted to share some exciting news for my friend Ana White!
Not only did Ana and her family build their home, and their Mom's home, but they built a Cabin too! And they are going to share the process on DIY Network! I admire them so much and to top it off, they decided to use the money that was meant for advertising for the show to instead provide an Alaskan dream vacation for a family! You can enter to win here! I am excited to watch it starts tomorrow! So you don't want to miss it!
Ana was one of the bloggers that inspired me from the beginning, and I am so grateful for her and happy for her success!
Have a great day!