Vintage Photograph Texas Holiday Ornament DIY

Here’s a simple DIY that’s oh so cute! It’s a Vintage Photograph Holiday Ornament that you could make in any shape. I chose Texas because it’s where I’m from. If you are from here, then you will know Texas LOVE Texas!!!

To make this simple DIY all you need are a few supplies and a few minutes. This is the type of craft anyone could make. It’s fun enough for kids but stylish enough for adults.

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Supplies to Make Vintage Photograph Texas Holiday Ornament DIY

Vintage Photographs
Cookie Cutter
Pencil
Scissors
Hole Punch
High End Ribbon – I chose Velvet Ribbon

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From here, it’s really just a simple trace and cut! I used a pen, just so you could see the marks when I traced the cookie cutter – but I definitely recommend using pencil or something subtle. If you have a shape that does not need to face a certain direction, you could trace the cookie cutter on the back – which will give it a bit of an upgrade.

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Another key factor, is be sure to carefully line up your cookie cutter and your photo. The photo I used is of an ocean scene so I wanted to be extra careful that the horizon line was straight. You should do this with any images you use whether it’s a family photo or anything else.

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I used a regular size hole punch because the ribbon I chose is fairly thick. If you find some thin ribbon, you could use a smaller hole punch would could be really attractive. The way that you tie the ribbon is also really important! A beautifully tied bow will go a long way. Here’s a great tutorial on how to craft a bow that is picture perfect!

And if you are in the mood for ornaments try making these DIY Spice Filled Ornaments and make these super fun DIY Snowglobe Ornaments too!

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