Handmade Christmas Ornament: Rustic Twig Snowflake

Welcome to the Hello Holidays event at Yellow Bliss Road!

We are in major Christmas countdown mode here at the Road with tons of holiday inspiration for Christmas crafts, Christmas gift ideas, and Christmas recipes & treats. I’ve got lots of friends stopping by to share some of their favorite projects and I can’t wait for you to see what they are sharing. Please give a big welcome to Lucy!

A twig ornament

Hello !

I’m Lucy  from Craftberry Bush

I’m so excited to be here visiting my dear friend Kristin .

I’m really enjoying all these beautiful Christmas crafts aren’t you? 

Well, here’s another super easy craft that is practically free to make. 

A close up of a twig ornament

 To make  your own rustic twig ornament you will need …

Twigs, twin and garden shears on a table

Not pictured are hot glue or any embellishments you wish to add. 

Collage of steps to make twig ornament

 The dots indicate where the twigs will be glued. 

A twig ornament

 It’s such a pretty little ornament and the best part was that it costs almost nothing…:)

A twig ornament on a tree branch

 There you go, super easy, fast and perfect for a woodland or rustic decor this year.

For more Christmas inspiration you can find me over at Craftberry Bush.

You can also get sneak peaks of projects over at INSTAGRAMFB; and TWITTER

Or follow along my Pinterest; journey. 


Have a beautiful day and very Merry Christmas.
much love,
Signature of the name Lucy

 Thanks you so much for sharing today Lucy! It was great to have you visit. If you’d like to see more from the Hello Holidays event, click HERE.

Handmade Christmas Ornament Rustic Twig Snowflake

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. Love Lucy and her blog, thank you SO much for sharing such a pretty, natural ornament project, pinning!!

    xoxo, Tanya