Twine Crocheted Stars featuring Jules from bles-id {Handmade Ornament No.4}

Twine Crocheted Stars featuring Jules from bles-id {Handmade Ornament No.4}

Thanks for stopping by and joining us for the
Handmade Ornament Series
This week we are sharing last minute ornament ideas for the season

I’m thrilled to welcome our next guest,
Jules from bles-id


{Handmade Christmas Ornament No. 4}


Hey everyone, it’s Jules from bles-id and I am over the moon to be here today sharing some Christmas crafty cheer! I adore the ornaments I have that are handmade or given by friends. The fact that I’m able to share an ornament with you, here on Under the Table and Dreaming just blows me away. Thanks so much for having me, Stephanie Lynn! Now grab your crochet hook and some twine, because it’s time to make star ornaments that are perfect for giving or keeping!


Here’s a glimpse of the finished product. I bet you are clever enough to make a bunch of your own!


{step one: gather supplies}


You’ll need some twine to crochet with, a crochet hook, glue and some bling.
(We are going out on a limb here and using twine instead of yarn.)


{step two: time to crochet}


The only problem regarding crocheting is I don’t crochet. So embarrassing, I know. You see, I have a bit of an attention problem. And a counting problem. Good thing my friend Erin from Ragamuffin Blogger is a fabulous crafter. She whipped these babies out in no time. Erin learned to make them through Pinterest, of course!

Here is a wonderful link to Jellywares, where Jodie teaches you how to make a crochet star.


Once you have the know how, make an assortment of sizes to double your fun!


{step three: time to add the bling}


I used some little jewels here, but mirrors, paper, pretty much anything you have laying around would be perfect.


So sweet! I’m giving it a thumbs up!


{step four: use your ornament}

Now for the fun part! There are so many different things you can do with these beauties.


Decorate a tree! Don’t these stars done in a baker’s twine yarn look great on this kid’s tree?


Make a garland for your mantle, using different sizes.


Embellish a wreath with a sweet burlap bow and a twine star!

They say the ornament of a house is the friends that frequent it. I say, make an ornament for a friend whose house you frequent!

I hope you {and your friends!} enjoy these!

From my house to yours, Merry, Merry Christmas!


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Thanks so much Jules for sharing these darling stars and contributing to this years series.
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including all of the ornaments in this series
{as well as the 25 ornaments from last year}
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Enjoy!

                  

Comments

  1. You are so amazing Stephanie Lynn! You made everything look SO GOOD. I KNOW everyone is going to find some fabulous ideas to use… I’ve already found some from this series! It’s going to blow up Pinterest!

    xoxo, Jules

  2. So cute! Hmmm I need twine! – Tricia

  3. Amazing Jules! You are so very very talented! What a beautiful and creative ornament! Amazing and fabulous!

  4. Very cool Jules. Such a creative idea. I love that it’s relatively easy to make, but looks awesome as a decoration. I gotta get my kids going on these things! :) Good Stuff! Keep those ideas coming! Have a great day! Kevin Moore-

  5. Love love love these! I haven’t crochet’d since I was seven, but this may be a fun project to reteach myself with my daughters. Great job Jules!
    Xo, April

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  7. April, can you teach ME???

  8. You are amazing girl!!! I love the wonderfully creative ideas you come up with and are such an inspiration! I tried crocheting a few times and was all thumbs..this makes me want to try it again!

        

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