One thing I always love looking back on are the lists my children come up with for Santa each year. It still brings a smile to my face to remember my oldest son’s 3-year-old list, which included a monster, a car and a bug. By creating a Christmas List Photo Ornament, you can create a memento to recall sweet memories like these each and every time your trim your Christmas tree!
This post is sponsored by Plaid. All opinions are entirely my own.
Christmas List Photo Ornament Supplies:
- 4″ wood plaque
- FolkArt Multi-Surface Craft Paint: color used here is Apple Red
- Paint Brushes
- FolkArt Clearcote Acrylic Sealer
- Printed photo
- Mod Podge 2-in-1 Smoothing Tool
- Child’s handwritten Christmas list (done in permanent marker)
- Mod Podge Ultra Matte
- Eye screw
- Decorative paper
Watch me make this project below!
I love that this Christmas list photo ornament not only documents a child’s wish lists for Santa, but it also includes a photo and the year to remember exactly what the child was like at the point in time the list was written!
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Having grown up in a home brimming with sewing notions and paintbrushes, Amy has a deep love for all things creative. On any given day, you’ll find her knee-deep in her latest creative endeavor, with projects ranging from sewing and crafts to home decor and kid-friendly ideas. Amy believes that everyone, regardless of skill level or experience, possesses the ability to create something beautiful, and Positively Splendid was born of her passion for helping others harness their innate creative potential.