Christmas diorama ornaments

Using plastic ornaments, which are pretty easy to cut, I made some Christmas diorama ornaments last year. I just found six of them in a cabinet and decided to list them to my Etsy shop.

ChristmasNotebook.etsy.com

They are fun to make. I used tiny vintage figurines, artificial foliage, bottle brush trees, etc., to embellish them.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

This ornament is 2 1/2″ wide.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

The pink ornament is 2 1/4″ wide. The tiny bottle brush tree is about an inch tall.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

Christmas Diorama Ornament

Christmas Diorama Ornament

A little lute-playing, vintage angel sings among the stars.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

Christmas Diorama Ornament

Christmas Diorama Ornament

This tiny angel is about 3/8″ tall.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

The ornament is 2 1/4″ wide.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

A jingle bell dangles from the bottom of the ornament.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

Jolly Santa and his Christmas tree.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

This is a larger ornament at 3 1/4″ wide.

Christmas Diorama Ornament

These ornaments have been listed to my Etsy shop. ChristmasNotebook.etsy.com

All proceeds from my Etsy shop benefit Kenya Mercy Ministries. They work with the urban poor of Nairobi, Kenya, particularly the children and their families who live in Kibera, the largest slum in Africa. Thank you for your part in helping these children when you purchase items from my shop!

While visiting my shop, take a look at the Putz houses. If you are interested in crafting some Putz houses of your own, check out my Putz tutorials for more information. Putz house tutorials

I am always happy to answer questions about the crafting process. Please ask, if you have questions!

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~~Rhonda

One Comment

  1. Lucy
    Posted June 23, 2018 at 1:55 pm | Permalink

    Those are so cute I love them!!

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