Once you download them, you can print them on regular paper or card stock. Cut them out and use a hole punch to make a hole or just tape them directly to a gift. I used a star-shaped hole punch to add a little interest but they would look great with just a circle too!
Personalize it with text on the back like this:
Here’s what the PDF looks like:
I’d love to see other creative ways people use these so send me a picture of your gift!
(*for non-commercial use only, not for distribution or resale!)
My three-yea-old is finally old enough to be interested in making Christmas ornaments. We tried last year when he was 2 1/2 but it was difficult to keep him interested. This year I was looking on Pinterest for ideas and came across A Day of Wonders’ popsicle stick snowmen. I showed him the idea and he was really excited so we decided to expand the cast to the whole Christmas gang!
Here is what you need:
The ribbon we attached to hang them with isn’t pictured but you could also just attach an ornament hook.
You could also get creative and use other materials – anything you can glue onto a popsicle stick.
Also: we used tongue depressors which are a little wider and allowed more room for faces, but that title didn’t sound as appealing.