DIY Craft Project: Beaded Christmas Candy Cane & Snowflake Ornaments


Woohoo! It’s December 1st – which only means one thing! Time to get stuck into some Crimbo craft projects!!! I thought I’d post an easy craft tutorial today to show you all how I made these gorgeous beaded ornaments which were so easy to make and only took a couple of minutes. This craft project is easy enough for craft beginners and children too and requires no sewing and no gluing – so let’s get stuck in hey!

DIY BEADED CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTSS

What You’ll Need:

  • red, white & clear tri-beads – (buy HERE)
  • star beads – (buy HERE)
  • pipe cleaners – (buy HERE)
  • silver ribbon – (buy HERE)

How To Make A Beaded Candy Cane Ornament:

  1. Thread 3 red beads onto one pipe cleaner. Make a small loop at the nd of the pipe cleaner to keep the beads in place.
  2. Thread 3 clear beads onto the pipe cleaner. Add 3 more red beads. Keep adding red and clear beads in sets of three until the pipe cleaner is full.
  3. Make a loop at the other end to keep the beads in place. Bend the pipe cleaner to give it a candy cane shape.
  4. Hang your candy cane onto your tree.

DIY BEADED CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS

How To Make A Beaded Snowflake Ornament:

  1. Twist 3 pipe cleaners together to make a 6-pointed star.
  2. Thread each of the arms with blue and white beads (3 of each colour) Add one star bead onto each arm.
  3. Make a small loop at the end of each arm to keep the beads in place.
  4. Attach a piece of silver ribbon to your snowflake and hang it up.

DIY BEADED CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS SNOWFLAKE


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