So pretty, such fun to do!

One of the nicest Christmas customs we know is having both young and old make ornaments for the tree!

These are paper — so simple and imaginative, you’ll want to pack them away for many Christmases to come. They’re all here: angels, snowflakes, birds and Santas! For how-tos, see [patterns below].

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The cut-out patterns and instructions

For Birds, Angels, Hanging rings, Christmas ball

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