Five Minute Friday: Feather Christmas Ornament

Five Minute Friday
Welcome to 5 Minute Friday. This is a weekly post where we share quick tips, projects, and recipes that can all be completed in 5 minutes or less! The topic this week is Feather Christmas Ornament.

Feather Christmas Ornament

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This is probably one of easiest, yet elegant ornaments you could possibly make. And it actually only takes about one minute (or less!) to complete each one, so that makes it a major score in my book.

You will need:

Plastic Ornament Hanger

Remove the top piece from the ornament. (I chose plastic because… Kids, Puppy, Cat.)

Ornament Top

Insert one white feather. (Depending on the size of the feather, you may want to cut it down a bit. Or not.) If needed, use a pencil or something similarly slim to move the feather around inside of the ornament until it is situated to your liking. Replace top piece.

Feather Ornament

Attach ornament hanger.

Swirl Ornament Hanger

And you are done! Super easy, right? I love the way these ornaments look on a Christmas tree. They are very simple, but the light reflects perfectly off of the ball. It kind of gives them an ethereal presence.

Christmas Tree Decor Ornament

We’ve had these pretty ornaments hanging on our Christmas tree for over 10 years and they are still one of our favorites! Check back soon to see our Christmas tree all decked out for the holidays.

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One thought on “Five Minute Friday: Feather Christmas Ornament

  1. Kathryn

    These ornaments ars so simple and pretty. I have a white, gold, and red tree these would look nice in. Thanks for the idea. Stopping by from Pieced Pastimes. Pinning!

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