Sunday, December 20, 2015

Button Ornaments

Making these ornaments using a few materials has lots of benefits for children. This fun home décor ornament teaches children math skills like counting, sequencing, and patterning, as well as increases their fine motor and sensory skills. These easy to do handmade ornament project will look beautiful when it is hung around the home.
For this project you will need...
Pipe Cleaner one per ornament 
Ribbon
Different size buttons and beads

Place the material in a bowl and let the children enjoy placing the buttons and beads in any pattern. It is easy for the pipe cleaner to go through the holes in the buttons and beads.
When there is about two inches stop placing the buttons and close up both the edges. We can twist the pipe cleaner to any shape like a circle or heart. Place the ribbon where the edges close up. We can tie the ribbon as a bow, so the ornament can be hung anywhere as décor. 

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10 comments:

  1. we LOVE using buttons for crafts.....actually picked up a couple small bags of mixed buttons at the second hand shop last week!

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  2. I have 4 tins of buttons... always looking for new ways to use them!

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  3. buttons are great to have for crafts

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  4. We do have a button collection, so this would be fun.

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  5. so many great ideas to use buttons with

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  6. We have s many buttons,what a great way to use some up !

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  7. I love this! What a great way to use up extra buttons and for the kids to make ornaments for gifts at christmas time!

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  8. I found at tin of buttons at the family home with cleaning it out. This would be a great way to use them,
    Florence Cochrane

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  9. Such a creative idea to use buttons as ornaments!

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