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Homemade Ornament Christmas Card

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If you enjoy making your own Christmas cards, try this round ornament pattern for something different and sure to please the recipient. This is a guide about how to make an ornament Christmas card.


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November 7, 2012

A Christmas ornament is the inspiration for this card. Get the children to help cut out the circles and make a batch of these cards to send out as seasonal greetings.

Total Time: 10 mins.


  • 1 sheet holiday theme paper
  • 1 holiday ribbon (green with red dot metallic)
  • 1 hollyberries (from Making Memories)
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • circle template (4-inch-diameter)


  1. Fold 8 x 4 inch patterned paper in half. Then lay the circle template on fold. Draw the shape and cut it out.

    Note: I used the ribbon spool as a template
  2. Cut 11 inch length of ribbon and tie into a bow. Trim the ends at an angle. Glue on top of card.
  3. Adhere hollyberries in the center of bow.
  4. Ad

Envelope size: 5x5 in.

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July 12, 20150 found this helpful

Very cute and so simple! My little helper loves to cut, I think we'll be making these cards this year. You could do the same thing in an egg shape for Easter or a cake shape for a birthday. A star shape would be great as well.

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