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5 DIY Ornaments to Make with Holiday Photos


Now that I’ve tested out my new camera with photos of the kids, it’s time to make some gifts. Use decorative wood trim to build tiny frames for photo ornaments. Make photo snow globes out of round plastic ornaments. Check out all the cute ideas with these 5 DIY Ornaments to Make with Holiday Photos…

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  • Framed Ornament 1 of 5
    Framed Ornament
    Use decorative wood trim to make framed photo ornaments.
    Find out more at Momspark.
  • Mod Podge Block Ornaments 2 of 5
    Mod Podge Block Ornaments
    Use Mod podge to paste printed copies of your photos onto wood blocks.
    Check it out at Bear Rabbit Bear.
  • Snow Globe Ornament 3 of 5
    Snow Globe Ornament
    Place their photos inside these round ball ornaments, add some fake snow for a snow globe effect.
    Find out more at Celebrations.
  • Photo Booth Ornaments 4 of 5
    Photo Booth Ornaments
    Use photo strips taken at a photo booth to make these wrapped ornaments.
    Check it out at What to Expect.
  • Cookie Cutter Ornaments 5 of 5
    Cookie Cutter Ornaments
    Use fun shaped cookie cutters to frame your photos.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

Would you like to win your own Samsung Galaxy Camera? Repin one of the photos from our “Holiday Memories + Moments” Pinterest board with the hashtag #samsungmemories for a chance to win, or upload your own photo onto your personal board with the hashtag #samsungmemories. And from there, we will pick the top twenty photos. Contest ends December 31st, 2012.

A big thanks to Samsung for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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