Jazzing Up Dollar Store Ornaments

by - December 03, 2013

I picked up a few Xmas ornaments over the weekend at our local Dollar store.  They are super cute and glittery, but definitely missing a little something-something.

I can't make a paper snowflake to save my life so I immediately grabbed a three-pack of these glitter snowflakes.  I printed out some religious images onto label paper to start.
The images are super small which was ideal for this project because the middle of each snowflake is no bigger than an inch and a half.
Next, I cut out some French book paper and distressed it a bit.  I added a strip to each snowflake with a good ol' fashioned glue stick.
Loving them so much more now that they have a Frenchy touch!  I also picked up two glittery bells.
They got a Frenchy touch too.  Une etoile means star.
And jouir means to enjoy.  I used vintage French flashcards and tea-stained seam binding to add to each bell.

I love that I have some new Xmas ornaments for only $3!


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  1. These are so pretty, you have that magic touch to add that special glam. I love the dollar store and I love sheet music . . . making our homes and lives beautiful and staying on a budget is a talent. I am your newest follow #407, and I would love to invite you over to visit and maybe to even follow me back (if you like my blog) The only thing better that sharing ideas is making new blogging friends :)
    Your newest blogging sister,
    Connie :)

  2. Sounds like I need to head on over to the Dollar Tree, I've not been there lately! Love, love, love the Frenchy touch you added to the ornaments. And of course I love all of that glitter, too:)

  3. Hi Jeanine, I just wanted to pop back in to say "welcome" . . . I am delighted to have you as a new follower. I know that we will become great blogging friends.
    I'm adding you to my front page blog-list, so I don't miss your posts.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  4. I love how you can make things from the dollar store look so high end!! These are adorable


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