Wood 'Chip' Christmas Ornaments

When I had the wood cut for my log candle votives. There were little pieces leftover.
So I gathered up my supplies to make a few ornaments to go on our small tree.
I simply stamped the wood with StazOn ink.
Then hotglued on some twine to the back.
A quick and easy project that resulted in FREE ornaments for our tiny kitchen tree.
You could make an entire set of these as a gift idea!
Other ornaments are mini cookie cutters tied on with twine and some mini gingerbread 'cookies'.
A bit of raffia for garland and pinecones stuck on branches.
I've always wanted a tiny tree in the kitchen. This one is really simply decorated in naturals. 
Nothing fancy, but it makes me smile.  I love that bit of Christmas shine on my kitchen island. 
I am happy with my 'new' totally free decorated tree!
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  1. Seriously you're brilliant!

  2. your little kitchen Christmas tree is so cute.. love the wood ornaments.

  3. They're darling! I love how rustic they look.

  4. Really cute, Sherri! Thanks for stopping by my blog as well earlier today!

  5. This is so cute, tnx for the idea! I buy these same little wood slices at a craft store here - i'm sure there are so many cute things to do with them, and you've just given me another idea! :)

  6. Love the wood chip ornament! Great idea to stamp a snowflake on!! CUTE! Great tree!

  7. Love them! Makes me want to go for a walk in the woods and hunt for branches!
    I've made felt ornaments here.

  8. great ideas. we cut down some trees this summer. ill have to try your ornament project..


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