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Classic Paper Ball Ornaments

By: Inna from
Classic Paper Ball Ornaments
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Learn how to make paper ornaments when you follow this easy tutorial. Classic Paper Ball Ornaments are popular decorations, but not everyone knows how to make them! Making ornaments is easier than you may think, and you will be an expert in no time when you follow this basic paper craft. Create ornaments in any colors you'd like and make them for any occasion. Soon your house will be adorned with these paper beauties.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Type of Paper UsedCardstock


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These classic paper ball ornaments remind me of the beautiful cathedral window quilt block pattern! I can think of soooooo many uses for them too! They would look terrific as a garland around a Christmas tree! You could also use them as a draping over a mirror and double the beauty! You could make them out of all the same paper or go back and forth between a solid and a print OR make everyone a different paper and it would be a great stash buster! Thanks for sharing!!!

What a cute way to make ornaments. I see how you have them hanging from the window means that connecting them is easy too. Could you make a long garland to cover the length of a wall with them too? I think they would make a beautiful backdrop for the Christmas tree.

What a cute and easy project. The grand kids will be all over this one. It's easy, cute and not very expensive to do. And after you make them, hit areas with spray glue and glitter. Hold them over your sink that you lined with newspaper so it's easy clean up. Thank you for sharing this great idea.


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