Gifts That Give Back

Embrace an attitude of gratitude this holiday season with gifts that bring joy to the people in your life and give back to those in need.

See More

Homemade Cookie Butter is Dangerously Easy to Make

Let us show you how to make one of the hottest items on the grocery shelf. This cookie butter is simple to make and goes great with some apples or toast.

View Video

Amazing Online Shops You've Never Heard Of

On Cyber Monday, venture into unchartered retail territory. These favorite online vendors, recommended by our editors and bloggers alike, offer one-of-a-kind gifts and decor from around the globe.

See More

Decorate with What You Have for Christmas

Deck the halls this Christmas by repurposing items you already have on hand. Getting creative with your existing decorations and accessories lets you give your home a new and festive look this holiday season without spending a lot of money.

See More

This Ginger Beer Mixer Will Up Your Cocktail Game

Always-refreshing ginger beer takes a fruity turn with the added splash of pomegranate.

View Video

Cute Needle-Felted Snowman Ornament

One look at this snowman and you have to make it. An adorable ornament that you need on your tree.

View Video

Celebrating St. Nicolas Day? Our Awesome Ornament Picks

Commemorate a big year, a funny memory, or an inside joke with these fun ornament finds.

See More
Popular in Christmas

Make a Chandelier Ornament

Use a chandelier die to make this elegant ornament for your Christmas tree.

What You'll Need

  • Card stock
  • 8-1/2-x-11-inch double-sided mounting adhesive
  • Chandelier dies and die-cut machine (optional)
  • Glitter
  • 1/16-inch circle punch
  • Embroidery floss
  • Beads or crystals (optional)

How to Make It

1. Cover both sides of the card stock with the double-sided mounting adhesive. Trace a chandelierlike pattern or use a die-cut machine to produce chandelier shapes.

2. Cut out the shapes with scissors. You need three shapes for each ornament. Peel the paper backing from one side of each shape.

3. Sprinkle glitter over the adhesive-covered side of the chandelier shape.

4. Fold each chandelier shape in half with the glittered sides facing. Remove the remaining paper backing from the shapes.

5. Press half of one shape to a matching half of a second shape.

6. Press the third shape in the same way to the assembled shape.

7. Punch a small hole at the top and thread the hole with embroidery floss for a hanging loop.

8. Add hanging beads or crystals to your ornament if desired.


Loading... Please wait...