Thanks to today’s guest blogger, Michelle Sybert from Muffin Tin Mom, who is the host of Muffin Tin Monday, a fun weekly challenge to create fun meals served in muffin tins. She previously contributed an awesome idea for molded peppermint bark trees. She has a great idea for how to use the pretty sparkly table scatter you can find at Dollar Tree this time of year. Thanks for contributing, Michelle! -Heather

Holiday Ornaments from Table Scatter

by Michelle Sybert, Muffin Tin Mom

During the Holidays, our local dollar store is aflutter with treasures that make my heart skip a creative beat. On a recent trip, I was able to score some fantastic glittered table scatter for only $1 per packet. The kids made these simple Christmas ornaments using the table scatter. I was amazed at how easy this simple Christmas ornament craft turned out.

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Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Holiday Table Scatter from The Dollar Tree ($1)
  • Scissor, Glue, Hole Punch (on hand)
  • Cardstock (on hand or .59 at your local craft store)
  • Ribbon (on hand or $1 at the Dollar Store)

Total: $1

1. Using scissors, cut out a circle “ring” from cardstock. Cut out the center, leaving about 1 inch width as shown below.

2. Glue the individual pieces of table scatter onto the the paper ring.

3. Punch a hole in the cardstock, thread a length of ribbon through and tie it off, creating that hanging ornament.

Hang on your tree and enjoy!

Optional: Cut out a favorite photo to place behind the ornament and create a photo ornament keepsake!

Michelle SybertMichelle lives in California with her husband and two young children. She is a 4 year uterine cancer survivor, thankful to God to be able to cherish every moment with her family. She is also an avid crafter and a former preschool teacher. Michelle has a passion for early childhood education and parenting and seeks to encourage and inspire other moms as they encounter their everyday lives- sharing her crafts, tips, ideas, and her contagious enthusiasm!Visit Michelle at her site Muffin Tin Mom, home of Muffin Tin Monday, and on Facebook at Muffin Tin Meals. Follow her on Twitter: @muffintinmom.