Everyone can make these fun, easy pipe cleaner spiral ornaments for your tree even preschoolers!It's beginning to look a lot like CHRISTMAS all around our house! There's a tree in the Liv-ing room... A Santa on the mantle... And the Snow is expected very soon. So, we made Christmas Tree Ornaments from Pipecleaners. Enjoy!
|Easy pipecleaner craft - make holiday decorations.|
Yesterday's tacky is today's classy?
Well, maybe not...
But I miss my grandma and her Tacky Tree.
|White Christmas Tree with Lights.|
I like it, I really like it! The kids love it. The downfall is lights are on green strands that scream out 'ugly' to me. I am sure I will spend the next few days trying to camouflage them as I discreetly re-hang the ornaments that the kid's spent the afternoon happily placing on the bottom of the tree.
It is very endearing with my Sesame Street Carolers hanging from the lower branches as it sits on a table in hope to avoid the blind cat. The new kitten isn't as easily fooled. He keeps batting a Big Bird. We suspect he might have sprayed it too. I'm glad he approves.
So, you ask, what's the craft, lady? It is unbelievably SIMPLE. On my last trip to the Dollar store to purchase UNBREAKABLE ornaments, I found sparkly, green pipe cleaners.
I speculated braiding them into mini-wreaths or garlands. The sparkly green looks nice with the white tree. After we put the tree up those green wires me. I contemplated covering them with garland or ribbons while I distractedly wrapped a pipe cleaner around my finger. Of course, you can wrap them around a pencil too.
|Wrap a pipe cleaner around your finger to make a spiral.|
My son wanted the cool, slinky-like spiral. So, I bent one end into a hanger shape and he placed them on the tree- faster than I could make them.
|Pipe Cleaner Christmas Ornament Spirals.|
My favorite art form - perhaps even my trademark. Choose lots of primary colors for green trees.
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