Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Inkling: corrugated paper ornaments

Have you seen the cute corrugated ornaments at West Elm? Here’s a picture…I love the owl.

The store is filled with great d├ęcor and they have a terrific holiday section. But the corrugated ornaments caught my eye. Definitely something I could try to make.

I made a snowman and a heart. I used corrugated paper that I had on hand. My paper was thinner than the kraft box type corrugated paper used in the West Elm ornaments but it worked fine.

To make these, you simply cut strips of paper and roll them using glue every now and then to hold the roll together. To make a shape other than a circle, start rolling and shape as you roll.

The heart and snowman were fairly easy to make - so next up, I’m going to try to make the owl.

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  1. these are so cute! I want to make them with my girls...great idea! Thanks for linking up to "AP Tuesadays" @ New Nostalgia!

  2. Well done! I like your snowman very much.

  3. Love them! They are SO unique! Excellent job!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!

  4. I just love that snowman.. hanging on some string with a clothespin would make a super cute garland. Great idea!


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