Boy oh boy do I have some fun installed for you! If you love everything Christmas I have teamed up with some super duper talented bloggers for the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! This means 12 days straight of projects and recipes to keep you nice and busy and prepared for the holidays. Today is the first day and it’s all about DIY Ornaments. Sharing some fun Farmhouse Christmas Baubles for you to make.
Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop – Day 3
Stop by every day the 1st through to the 12th of December for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!
Meet Your Hosts
They have all been busy as Elves creating, decorating, cooking and crafting tons of new ideas for you to try this holiday season!
Shirley~Intelligent Domestications | Alli~An Alli Event
Michelle~Our Crafty Mom | Marie~DIY Adulation
Erlene~My Pinterventures | Beverly~Across The Blvd
Debra~Shoppe No. 5 | Victoria~Dazzle While Frazzled
Megan~C’mon Get Crafty | Michelle~Michelle James Designs
Amanda~Domestically Creative Deborah~Salvage Sister & Mister
Jeanie~Create & Babble | Sherry~Olives & Okra
Jenny~Cookies Coffee & Crafts | Emily~Domestic Deadline
Bonbon~Farmhouse 40 | Leanna~Of Faeries & Fauna
Pam Larmore~P.S. I Love You Crafts | Kelly~North Country Nest
Marie~The Inspiration Vault | Gail~Purple Hues and Me
Lynne~My Family Thyme | Karen~Dragonfly and Lily Pads
Trisha~Blowing Away Out West | Lorrin~Embrace The Perfect Mess
Terri~Christmas Tree Lane | Sam~Raggedy Bits
Cyn~Creative Cynchronicity | Valeria~Val Event Gal
Yami~The Latina Next Door | Jeannee~Centsably Creative
Tania~Little Vintage Cottage | Lauren~Wonderfully Made
Vanessa~DIY 180 | Kimberly~A Wonderful Thought
Kim~Everyday Parties | Dru~ Polka Dot Poplars
Farmhouse Christmas Baubles
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- White Baubles – I used 7 1/2″ Circumference or 3omm wide Baubles for this project. Make sure that they are a flat surface bauble otherwise the Vinyl will not adhere.
- White and Black Butchers Twine
- Black Christmas Labels or your Silhouette Cameo
- Black Vinyl
- Transfer Paper
- An old Store Card
Step 1 – If you’re making your own labels, open up your Silhouette Studio and design your words using your favourite font. I used the words ” Jolly, Jingle, Merry, Joy, Noel and Peace”. Be sure to measure across the front of your baubles so that the labels are the correct size. Send to cut, weed out the unwanted vinyl and apply your transfer paper.
Step 2 – Using an old store card rub on the back of the transfer paper. Peel away the vinyl leaving the wording on the transfer paper.
Step 3 – Apply to your baubles using and using the store card rub over the design firm to ensure that the labels adhere to the baubles. Carefully remove the transfer tape. Tie a little butchers twine bow around the neck of the bauble.
And ta-da there you have some cute Farmhouse Christmas Baubles to adorn your tree, jazz up your gift wrapping or they would even make a lovely handmade gift! If you don’t have time to make them, I have got you covered! You can find them here in my shop.
Don’t forget to take a peek below for more fun ornaments to make and pop back tomorrow for some more Christmas Goodness!!
Happy Bauble Making!
Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later!
These are beautiful!! I don’t have a silhouette but I’m thinking there must be stickers in the store you could use as well. They look so pretty displayed with the greens and would make wonderful gifts!
Thank you, Lauren! They sure are fun to make!
Absolutely the perfect ornament for the modern farmhouse home. Great job!
Thank you, Trisha!
These are beautiful and so easy to make. Lovely!
Thank you, Vanessa!! They were fun to make that’s for sure!
I love the simplicity of these Sam, so beautiful! You come up with the most gorgeous ornaments girl <3
Aww thank you, Katrin!! And right back at you xx
My first though when I opened the post was “Wow this are nice” My second thought was “they have to be Sam’s” Sure enough, your work has such a look about it Sam, and always very high quality. I would love some of these in my home. Beautiful job.
HAHAHA!! That’s so funny!! Thank you so much for your very sweet comment Leanne!
Bauble sounds so much nicer than ball, lol. These turned out SO pretty and before reading your tutorial, I thought you had hand written the words onto the ornaments. Great font!
LOLOLOLOL!! That they do Marie!! Oh, gee I wish I could write this neat!! Thank you lovely!! xx
These are so pretty. I love the simplicity and elegance of the ornaments.
Thank you, Debra! They sure were fun to make!
Love these ornaments! The black and white are so stunning! And the baker’s twine is the best final accent! LOVE it!!!
So glad you like them, Janine! Thank you!
Fun idea! I need to get a cutting machine so I can do things like this.
Oh you will have a ball Dru!
I love the simplicity of these, such a pretty decoration for the holidays.
Thank you, Sarah! They were fun to make! 🙂
Oh, Sam, I just love these ornaments. They have simplistic beauty! What wonderful inspiration from all!
Thank you, Carolann! There sure is lots of inspiration from all of the other clever ladies!
These are just beautiful Sam!
Thank you so much, Michelle!!!
I’m in love with these. My favorite is how you displayed them in the wooden bowl!
Love the clean crisp look of these ornaments. So pretty! Pinned.
Thank you so much, Erlene!!
Sam these baubles are adorable and I love them
Thank you, Amber! So glad you like them!!
Such a cute idea! I’d love if you’d share your tutorial at my link party Sew It Cook It Craft It: http://www.sewhistorically.com/sew-it-cook-it-craft-it-link-party-35/
Thank you, Lina! And for the invite to join your party!
I actually love these the way you have them set up like a centerpiece!
Thank you, Megan! They have migrated to our tree now!
These are so cute. I don’t have a Silhouettebut can probably hand letter the words.
I’m sure that would work Debra! You might just need to add some sealer to your paint to make the words adhere to the baubles.