Sunday, December 8, 2013

8th Window: Beeswax Ornaments.

I love ornaments with a natural look. If they are cheap and easy to make, all the better.

To make these beeswax ornaments, you need:

-  a candle made of a plate of beeswax rolled together

- cookie cutters

- jute

- evergreens and faux pearls to decorate

1. Make a cut at the beginning of the roll (because it will be slightly melted to hold the candle together). Now you can easily unroll the candle.

2. Use cookie cutters to cut out ornaments.

3. Use a needle or skewer to poke a hole into the ornaments and thread through some jute.

4. Knot on a small twig of evergreen or a pearl to decorate some ornaments

Ain´t they pretty?

I am linking to these awesome parties:

DIY Show Off Making the World Cuter The DIY'ers Photobucket The Shabby Nest Savvy Southern Style


  1. What a cute idea! I'd love for you to link up to The DIY'ers!

  2. These are so cool what a great idea! Christmas decorations should be a bit personal I think and these are just that :)

  3. Thank you! Yes, I think personal is way more important than perfect ; )

  4. I just came from Show me what ya got. I've never seen your blog. My son and I were looking for something he could make to give at Christmas, just little things. This looks great. Thanks for the idea.

    1. That´s great! I have only started blogging a short while ago - I hope to see you again!


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