5 pointed origami star Christmas ornaments - step by step instructions

Fold it into a pentagon the origami way- then most of the folding is already done. But still fun. 5 pointed origami star Christmas ornaments - step by step instructions

"Happy Christmas" Tree Card...with paper strips...Lisa A.: I'm in Haven.  You could also use the traditional green & red colors for this card.

with paper strips.Lisa A. You could also use the traditional green & red colors for this card. I'd also change the greeting to Merry Christmas.

handmade Christmas card from Let's take time ...: C as Christmas tree ... purple ribbon Christmas tree ... photo tutorial on blog ... clean and simple design ... luv it!!

for easier - run card stock through printer first w/ glue spots/dots marked. Loosely sponge tree shape before gluing down ribbon(?

handmade thank you card ... kraft ... clean and simple ... negative space die cut star backed with white script embossed on kraft ... elegant look ...

handmade thank you card . clean and simple . negative space die cut star backed with white script embossed on kraft . elegant look .this cud also be a christmas card

Cute!! could sell and also use for decorations at christmastime!

DIY your Christmas gifts this year with 925 sterling silver photo charms from GLAMULET. Wow we love this super easy yet ADORABLE diy holiday gift tag idea! Make a button snowman gift tag via allaboutyou

World Card Making Day (2)Noel card; Festival of Trees bundle, Itty Bitty Accents punch pack, Linen Thread, ribbon, Glimmer paper, Nirvana

World Card Making Day card; Festival of Trees bundle, Itty Bitty Accents punch pack, Linen Thread, ribbon, Glimmer paper

Mixing winter wonderland with Scandinavian chic, these cards from John Lewis pack a festive punch.

Wondering about maybe using some "negative cutout" ideas for the sides of the window, like the trees on this cutout. Mixing winter wonderland with Scandinavian chic, these cards from John Lewis pack a festive punch.

Nice

Use card stock and misc buttons to make your own Christmas cards. The card stock can be bought at Walmart, etc. or at most any craft store. The buttons come in bags at most craft, hobby, or fabric stores.

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