And with that, I believe I’ve reached the end of the 2012 “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Ornament” Series! Previous installments in the series live here, here, here, and here. I really really enjoy the brainstorming and the mad crafting marathons that never fail to ensue my decisions to do these series. Making ornaments is probably one of my favourite activities in the whole wide world wide web. I hope you’ve shared in my fun. I’m so touched by your kind attention and all your lovely comments. They certainly do warm this girl’s cockles (which, by the way, is a very good thing)!
P.S. Almost forgot… You can download free printable hexagon grid paper right HERE. Terribly handy! I used a hexagon size of 0.3 inches, just so you know.
They will be lovely on my studio window!!!! thank you Michele,
so delicate & beautiful!
Ludo braille says
Très très belle et bonne idée !!!
What a wonderful ornament to finish the series Michele! Thanks for sharing your ideas!
Dana Craft says
wow! these ornaments are gorgeous, a fantastic idea, michele ☺
regards and a very happy christmas time, dana
What I would not do to have more time on my hands. This one is beautiful…possibly my favourite ornament.
Another brill idea!!
Maternal Mantras says
I just subscribed to your site and I am absolutely amazed. Where have I been? Obviously missing out on your amazing crafts. I love that many of the crafts, I can do them with my 2 year old daughter, i.e. the stick Christmas trees. Thank you so much for sharing your unique, creative self with us. I am completely "creatively" clueless
Melissa Kojima says
Oooh, I love this one, Michele. So much like your quilt and so wonderful to incorporate it into the Christmas ornament series. Thanks for sharing all your awesome ideas. Very inspiring, as always!
Loving this to pieces! AND the link to the hexagon graph paper maker. Thank you 1,000 times for that.
Sad to see your oenament series come to an end for this season. In case you get struck with inspiration – feel free to share even if it is December!!!
These are just stunning. Michele! What a well-designed project – not just in the design of the ornament, but in the design of the process. I think Mom and I may have to get together to make some of these.
Love this one too! This will be fun to do with the kiddo!
Little Treasures says
Certainly very unique and appealing Michele!!
I just love these Michele!!! These are so inspiring to me!!! I can imagine so many possibilities!!!
Ann Martin says
These are right up my alley as I love fiddling with small pieces of paper. 🙂 And honeycomb is right in style – perfecto, Michele! Thanks for the idea; I've shared it on my FB page this morning.