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Since Little J is only 16 months old, it’s hard to find cute Christmas ornaments that he can help make, but this one was great! He really enjoyed making these fun and pretty Sparkly Sequin Christmas Tree Ornaments.
To make these:
First, I cut some tree-shaped triangles out of a sheet of green craft foam.
Then, we squirted a ton of glue all over the trees.
Little J sprinkled the sequins all over the ornaments…and most of the floor, too 🙂
Once they were dried, I used a hole punch to make a hole at the top of the tree ornament, and laced a piece of 1/8inch red satin ribbon through to hang them from our Christmas tree.
Little J really liked how the glue made the sequins stick to his hands. Not to mention, they were easy for him to create and he was really proud of the finished product 🙂
They came out so cute, and look awesome on the tree!! I love how the Christmas tree lights reflect off of the sequins on this ornament…the actually look like they are twinkling!
Check out our Paper Bag Gingerbread Man Ornaments, too…they look great hanging next to each other!
I wrote this post as a part of the series 20 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas: Ornaments. Please head over to Mama Miss blog, where you can find 50+ ornaments that are great for your kids to make, too!
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