Cinnamon Star Ornaments

This weekend we Christmas-ified our home!  The tree is up, the mantel is decorated, the banisters are wrapped and the Christmas music is playing!  How much do I love this time of year?!

While we were decorating our tree, I had a thought about making some type of ornament with cinnamon.  I’ve been seeing a lot of cinnamon dough ornaments around and thought they would smell so nice!  But I didn’t feel like tackling a big craft project with all the stuff we were busy doing already.  Then I remembered that I had some packages of cinnamon sticks around and decided to try to make something with them.  So I made stars.

Cinnamon Star Ornaments {A Pretty Life}

They’re so simple, cost almost nothing, and they’re so pretty!

Get your kids or friends together and get crafting!

What You Need:

  • 5 cinnamon sticks per star
  • Some twine or ribbon
  • Any embellishments that you want – I added 3 silver bells.
  • Glue gun

 

Here’s How To:

Cinnamon Star Ornaments {A Pretty Life}

  • Following the picture above, using your glue gun, put a little dab of glue at each corner of the cinnamon sticks.  Done.  Really so easy, it’s almost embarrassing.  hee hee
  • Then to hang it, just loop some bakers twine or pretty ribbon through the top of the star, add some silver bells, tie a knot & bow, and you are ready to hang them on your tree.

 

That’s it!  A simple craft that cost me less than $1 per star to make.  I LOVE these kinds of projects!  And I love that they’re homemade, and so easy that the kids can make them too!  My kind of activity!

Have a Merry Day!

 

Comments

  1. Beautiful!

  2. Really neat! And I’ll bet they smell wonderful!

    Jeanine

  3. Cute!! =)

  4. so glad you showed the step by step! thank you! these are adorable!

  5. Oooh, I am definitely doing this! It’s so easy, even I can’t mess it up! I might tweak them a bit here or there, but I’m definitely going to whip up a few! :) Thanks for sharing, they’re lovely!

  6. …just adorable and I’m getting cinnamon sticks tomorrow. I just got some red and white bakers twine…yahoo…
    Thanks so much.

  7. Thanks for the idea. I am going to have the daycare kids make some and bring as gifts to some of our seniors.

  8. I cannot wait to PIN THIS! It is absolutely wonderful, inexpensive, something I can do with my kids, and will smell beautifully. Is it wrong that I would want to keep these up year round? Thanks for the great idea!

  9. Love these! Came across you on Censtational Girls link party. I think I may have to give them a try next year!

  10. What a cute ornament. I saw you on the link party and now following you. Would love for you to follow me back at memoriesbythemile.com
    Wanda Ann

  11. This is so cute, what a great idea! Here from TT&J!

  12. where did you get that string?

  13. These are great! What size of cinnamon sticks did you use? I was going to get some that are 4 inches long and I didn’t know if that was big enough…

    Thansk!

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