Spice Filled Ornaments DIY

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Happy Holidays! Here is the simplest of DIY’s that’s oh so perfect for a stylish tree. It’s a Spice Filled Ornament DIY and it’s so fun to make.

The are gorgeous and smell fantastic! It’s a great addition to any tree with holiday lights. The warmth of the bulbs help to release the scent of the herbs.

You can make them your way with any kind of spices. Here’s how simple, fun, and gorgeous they are to make!

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Spice Filled Ornaments DIY Supplies

Glass Bobble Ornaments
A Piece of Paper to Make a Funnel
Spices of Any Variety (As long as they Fit inside the Ornament)

  • Cinnamon
  • Lavender
  • Dried Flowers like Roses or Chamomile
  • Fennel
  • Orange Peel or Lemon Peel
  • Vanilla Beans
  • Tea Leaves
  • Cloves
  • Star Anise
  • Rainbow Peppercorns
  • Basil
  • Oregano
  • Cardamom


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Then, all you need to do is open up the lid of the glass bobble ornament and use your paper piece as a funnel. Fill your bobble ornament about halfway with spices! Any kind that you like will be perfect. Filling it halfway is nice so that you still get a reflection in the glass and can shake the spices around.

You can mix and match and blend your spices together. Then all you need to do is add the silver lid back to the ornament and hang it on the tree.

These Spice Filled Ornaments would make the most perfect holiday gift! You could even blend the spices into a recipe and add a recipe card to the outside of the ornament. This would make it gift ready, unique, and holiday perfect.

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Some recipes you could try are: green tea and dried mint; black tea and lemon peel; chai spice with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and black pepper; or a cooking spice blend like basil, oregano, and sage! An Herbs de Provence blend would also be so perfect with fennel, lavender, and sage.

The possibilities are endless. And the results are so stylish and refined!

So what spices are you going to use in your Spice Filled Ornaments DIY? Tell us in the comments below.

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