Make A “Holiday Spice Ornament” – #TBCCrafters 19


Holiday Spice Ornament” #TBCCrafters Hop

I found these clear plastic ornaments a Walmart and thought it would be so fun to make something for my friends for the holidays.  I had seen where someone had put in the fake snow, etc., but I wanted to do something a bit different.  I figured that most people I know cook and use spices, and figured that this might be a fun thing to give as a gift to them during the holidays.  Have you ever made something special from a clear ornament?  What was it?

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on and share this #TBCCrafters craft!!


Holiday Spice Ornament” Craft


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Instructions:


Start by removing the tops of the ornaments and sitting them in a box or something that will hold them up, as you insert the ingredients.  I started with an Italian Seasoning, but you are welcome to use whatever you wish.spice

Once I had the first level of seasoning in, I layered it with sea salt.  Going back and forth can give you layers, if you wish.spice

Next, since I really didn’t want layers – so I shook up the ornament to have everything mix together.spice

 Once you have it mixed or layered, reattach the top to the ornament.spice

Next I used my Cricut to “make” the recipes.  This could also be done by hand, if you have nice writing…now you see why I used my Cricut! 🙂spice

You can now decorate it however, you wish.  I decided to cut out what looked like rosemary with my Cricut and attach it to a string and the recipe for the top of the ornament.spice

Just tie the string around the top and finish it as you wish…bow, knot, etc.spice

Now you can give them out to your friends and family to actually have a gift that they can use for the Christmas season.spice

Hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment and let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thanks!!


“Taking Jesus’ body, the two of them wrapped it, with the spices, in strips of linen.” -John 19:40

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indah nuria Savitri
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that will be a great idea…complete with the recipe, I would definitely love to have one. Happy holiday..

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Christine at Must Love Home
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I love this idea! Thank you for sharing at the Wonderful Wednesday Link Party!! Your post will be featured at this weeks Wonderful Wednesday Party!! See your feature and join the party at mustlovehome.com! The party starts on Tuesday 12/15 at 4PM EST. Happy Holidays! Have a wonderful weekend:) Christine

Christy
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I love this idea for Christmas gifts! So fun and creative, thank you for sharing 🙂

Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai
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This is an excellent idea. I included a Dip Mix Ornaments in my 13 Homemade Gift Ideas – Food. This is another great twist. 🙂

~Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai
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Kristen from The Road to Domestication
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Those are so cute! Thanks so much for joining us at the #homematters linky party! We hope to see you again this coming Friday!

Jenny
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So cute Jamie! Gives a whole new meaning to “Seasons” Greetings (aka seasoned greetings)lol!

Joanne T Ferguson
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G’day Love home made gifts!
Pinned Cheers! Joanne #ibabloggers

Miranda G.
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These look very nice. I tweeted and pinned for later. #ibabloggers

Rachel Ferrucci
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Totally Love this and doing it! Not to be a pain but how much of each spice do you put in? Or should I just eyeball it?

Rose Powell
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I ABSOLUTELY LOVE these, these make great gifts or package toppers! You are so fun and creative!!! LOVE!!!

Pinning this like totally like now!

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