Tissue Paper Rosette Ornaments by Hasley at Spunky Junky {Ornament No.22}

Tissue Paper Rosette Ornaments by Hasley at Spunky Junky {Ornament No.22}

I’m so excited to introduce
Halsey from Spunky Junky

Tissue Paper Rosette Ball

{Handmade Ornament No. 22}
Welcome… Halsey!

PhotobucketHey, Hey Under the Table and Dreaming lovers! My name is Halsey, say it with me Halllll-zeee. Good you got it. I am so thrilled that Stephanie Lynn asked me to be a part of this freaking awesome ornament soiree. If you didn’t figure it out already I suffer from a syndrome called Oober-Excitmentness…it’s a technical term.
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So let’s get started! I love cheap deals and amazing IDEAS. That’s kind of why I love this time I year. I get totally psyched for Black Friday and I have this weird obsession with clearance racks. I get giddy over making things for little to no cost and I just love finding things that are so cheap that I feel as though I am ripping off the store.

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These ornaments totally fall under the cheap, easy, and “oh so pretty” categories!

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For this project you will want:

*Styrofoam balls

*ribbon

*tissue paper (cut into 1 1/2 inch strips)

*embellishments

*glue gun

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I used a pen to poke a hole through the stryrofoam ball for the ribbon.

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I then used the pen to push the ribbon through the hole. NOTE: Make sure to glue the ribbon to the underside of the ball.

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While the glue dried I started to make the tissue paper rosettes. I took one of the strips of tissue paper and crumpled the end.

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Then I began to twist the tissue paper around the crumpled center. Every so often I made sure to put a dab of hot glue on the rosette so it did not fall a part. As I wound the tissue paper around I would switch between twisting inward and twisting outward. It helped give a different kind of effect to the rosettes.

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Here is what the rosette looked like when I finished.

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For a small ball I made twelve rosettes–you may use more or less depending on how big or small you make YOURS ;)

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I then took the dried rosettes and started to glue them to the ball. NOTE: You will want to start at the top and work your way down.

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There were gaps in between some of the rosettes so I took scraps of the tissue paper and stuffed them in the open areas.
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Cool. Huh?

BUT WAIT…I am not going to sell you a Sham-WOW!!! Jokes.

I love shiny things…yes, I am a typical girl. So I decided to spice up my ornaments!

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I used a variety of embellishments, any type will work: buttons, brads, pearls, faux gems.

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Finished product:
Tissue paper: FREE
Styrofoam balls: S1.00
embellishments: FREE
Style: Rock n’ Sock um’ awesome!

Thank you Stephanie Lynn for letting me crash your party!

Thank you Hasley! Your ornaments are so creative, classy and super cool! I especially love the added bling too – so pretty!

Can you seriously handle all this inspiration? I don’t think I have enough room in my house for all the trees I want to decorate this season! We have two more amazing guest bloggers left; the next one coming up shortly. In the meantime hop on over to Spunky Junky and show Hasley some love.


Take a peek at her latest creation…Tissue Paper Christmas Trees – yep, aren’t they gorgeous! You can find the tutorial {here}. I see a lot of these being made for the upcoming season.


A few of my other ‘Halsey’ favorites include: This adorable Owl Bunting; Framed Chipboard Wall Art {love this}; This fantastic Turquoise End Table makeover; and these adorable Rope Bracelets.

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There are just a couple more ornament to share but a whole lot to see in the entire series – which can be see by clicking on the button above. Enjoy!

 

                  

Comments

  1. oh my goodness…heading over to share some love!!!

  2. oh gosh!! those are absolutely gorgeous… Very well done!! Above all.. you made it sound so so easy.. Dont know how you manage this all the time!!

  3. I love the embellishments!

  4. Ummm….YES PLEASE! I love these, and am thinking about how I can make something with them. And I’m heading to her blog right this second!

  5. These are amazing – I am going to try them out with my kids – they are girlie girls too!

  6. These are so cute!
    tfs :)
    Marie

  7. now that is clever

  8. I think they are so cute! And I love the little jewels added to them! :)

  9. Oooh love it!

  10. These are ultra-cool! And the embellishments really add an extra wow.

  11. This is amazing!! Super cute ~ Love it

        

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