For this set, I created 6 different ornaments: 2 stars, 2 balls, and 2 honeycomb ornaments.
Here are a set of honeycomb ornaments created by Jana Eubank for the Cricut blog. These ornaments are really versatile because they can be assembled like this, or they can be glued together like the old school honeycomb decorations. I created a set of instructions on how to "honeycomb" these ornaments and they are available in the 3D Ornaments digital handbook. And my favorite part of these ornaments is their little cap. It just gives them the finishing touch. The cap has 2 holes in the top so you can loop your ribbon through for hanging.
Here are some of the ball ornaments that I created with my 4 year old daughter. They are currently hanging from the chandelier in our kitchen, and my daughter loves showing them off to everyone that visits.
Each of these ornaments feature a decorative drop-out design on them. To get my daughter involved, I let her use the drop-outs as a stencil. She had a blast coloring them! And for a little touch of glitz, she added glitter glue to each of the pieces she colored.
And just as a reminder, entries for this month's cartridge challenge are due on the 16th. I will respond to each of your emails to let you know that I received your entry. I can't wait to see all of your Christmas creations.