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DIY Ornament Swag

I wanted to design holiday decor for a client that would really stand out in a dark room.  It needed to incorporate baseball and the color blue.  I immediately gravitated toward ornaments.  They will reflect light during events and make a statement in the space.  I decided to create ornament swags.  Of course, it started out as an experiment, demonstrated in the photos below.  I’m excited how they turned out!
ornaments – I used 18 or so, but you’ll use more or less depending on how large you want your swag to be
wire {think I used 24 gage, but it wasn’t marked}
This project is definitely easier to do on a wall so the ornaments can dangle down.  I used a 3M hook so I could use my open workspace and it can easily be removed.
Purchase a metal circle to use as your hook or create your own as demonstrated above.  Hang it from your hook.

Twist/wrap end of your wire around your ornament as shown above.  Cut to desired length and do the same to attach it to your hanging ring.
I started with 1 large ornament, used mostly standard size and filled in with a couple of petite ornaments.  Start building making each wire just a little shorter, creating your desired formation.
Every now and then, I’d tie the wires to ornaments already placed to retain their shape.  Continue building to the top!
Add a ribbon and hang in the desired space!  Hands on time is just 30 minutes.
Here’s how one of them looked in the visitor’s locker room of Kauffman Stadium {pardon the iPhone photo}:

6 comments on “DIY Ornament Swag”

  1. These look great! And so appropriate for the space. Where did you find the baseball ornaments? Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Thanks Stephanie! The small baseball ornaments were purchased in the dollar aisle at Michael’s. I also found standard size ones at Hobby Lobby. Enjoy!

  3. Thank you! They added a lot to the space. I think a colorful one would be beautiful above a mantle.

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