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Are you ready to learn how to make a Santa list ornament? It’s day 3 of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed day 2 of the series, you can find it here. Today’s ornament is for the little kiddos. It’s fun and easy. They will love helping you create their list for Santa!
How to make a Santa list ornament
Yarn or Ribbon
Small strip of paper
Cut the strip of paper to fit around the spool. Let the older kids write their Christmas list on the strip of paper. You can also use a printer to print the list. My son added the year and “Dear Santa” to his list. He used a green pen. The green ink didn’t show up in my pictures, so he wrote another list in black in for me. Thank you, Jackson! Leave a little of the end of the paper white so you can curl it up.
Next, paint the spool. I used an extra paint brush to hold the spool while I painted it.
Let paint dry.
After the spool dries completely, glue the list to the center of the spool. I used a drop of hot glue. Any kind of glue will work.
To finish the ornament, lace the yarn or ribbon through the hole in the spoon and tie a loop knot. Make a second loop knot at the other end. Use a pair of scissors to curl the tail of the list. Enjoy!
Check out these posts in my Christmas series for more ornament ideas:
Crochet Bear Beanie Ornament
Glitter Christmas Light Ornament
Santa List Ornament
Crochet Snow Flake Pattern
5 Awesomely Easy Christmas Ornaments
Craft Stick Snowman Ornament
Miniature Crochet Christmas Stockings