Saturday, December 19, 2009

Homemade ornament exchange (first post)...



One of my favorite things about Christmas is my Christmas tree...there are so many lovely homemade ornaments adorning it.  This one was made by my best friend, Ola.  I've shared her larger dolls with you before. 

This is a patched heart made by Cheryl.

This cute little mock Christmas ball was made by my friend, Jo.

My friend Margit made this cute little log cabin ornament and the beautiful Christmas star below.
Barb N. made these cute little guys...they are both only about two inches high!
This is a Christmas cardinal made by Marilyn.
Judy E. made this labor-intensive cute little stocking...she's off to Florida for four months...I will miss her!
This is a very special origami ball made for me by the wife and children of someone I used to work with in a research lab, Chen.  Here's another one below...they are very special to me.  I wish I had watched them do all that paper folding!
Mary Liz made this cool folded ribbon/fabric ball.
Sandi made this tiny little paper-pieced pineapple ornament...it is only about two inches wide.
Here are a couple of snowmen made by my best buddy, Ola. 
Here are some I made...first, a unicorn for my daughter.
I made this Santa ornament from recycled Christmas cards...thanks to Martha Stewart for the fun idea.
This wreath is made from yo-yo's...
I will stop for now on this post and post more later!  I just love the yearly ornament exchange!

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

2 comments:

  1. Lovely handmade ornaments Teresa. Thanks for sharing them. I love making Christmas ornaments too and have given a lot away. Maybe we can exchange ornaments next Christmas? Have a great Christmas and Happy New Year - Hugs Natima

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  2. so cute,everything,we don`t even have a tree yet,but maybe we will get one tomorrow,hugs,susi

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