Hi everyone! I’ve been working for several days on a huge Christmas Quillspiration post, but I’ve hit a snag. I don’t know where the problem lies, but it seems that when I started putting too many projects on one page, it was getting painfully slow for me to edit and add each one. I’m not sure if it is a WordPress error, a theme error, a server error, or something else, but I give up. So instead of one huge Christmas roundup, I’m splitting it up into subjects (it was split up on the one page anyway). So today I’m sharing some awesome paper quilling Christmas ornaments I found from quilling artists around the world! Some of them even have tutorials, so I hope you visit them and give them a try, they look like a lot of fun!
These fun angel ornaments were made by Barbara from Barbara’s Beautys on Etsy. Check out all of her other holiday themed items as well!
I LOVE this Christmas tree ornament. It is made by Laura from Quilling is My Passion. If you click here on her blog you can scroll and see a more awesome Christmas designs as well. You can follow her on facebook here. I had a really hard time choosing which of her designs to feature, they are so gorgeous and well made!
Who wouldn’t want these adorable elves and snowmen hanging from their Christmas tree? These cuties are made by Christa from Wintergreen Design on Etsy. Check out her sold items to see all of her amazing Christmas ornament designs! Find her here on facebook.
These quilled ornaments were made by Mona from Quilling Owl. She is the master of the beehive technique, it is always so perfect!! Find her facebook page here with tons of photos. She even shares photos of her techniques!
These are fun ornaments, and you can learn how to make them with this FREE tutorial! These are made by Jeromina from the Paper, Plate, and Plane blog.
These rustic country looking ornaments are made from old newspapers. The perfect eco friendly ornaments! Click here for the FREE tutorial!
This paper quilled pinecone ornament is fantastic! Not only that, but there is a FREE tutorial! Hop on over and make one now for your Christmas tree or wreath. This would make a great gift for teachers as well. The microbeads give such a great accent to these.
This awesome trio of tree ornaments was created by Erin from Little Circles. She has the full tutorial HERE on Craftsy so you can make your own as well!
These 3D paper quilled ornaments are lovely! The perfect use for metallic quilling paper, but any colors will do. Click here for the FREE tutorial so you can make your own thanks to Ann Martin from All Things Paper!
Paper quilling snowflakes are a VERY popular choice for ornaments. And no wonder – paper quilling lends the perfect delicacy to snowflakes. This lovely snowflake is made by Ann Martin and you can find the free tutorial here on her blog, All Things Paper.
Are those not enough for you? No problem! Find more paper quilled snowflake tutorials here:
- Quilling Snowflake Grid
- Quilled Snowflake Patterns at All Things Paper
- More Snowflake Patterns at All Things Paper
- Curly Quilled Snowflakes at Martha Stewart
- Quilled Snowflake Ornament at Homemaking with Monica
- Quilling Snowflake Ornament at Reese Dixon
For some snowflake inspiration, check out this post, there are dozens of paper quilled snowflakes here!
I hope you enjoyed this roundup! Which one is your favorite? Are you going to make any of these ornaments this year? Or have you already made some?
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Stick around, there is lots to see around the blog! Here are some places to start:
- Click here to view free paper quilling tutorials!
- Click here to view paper quilling tips and tricks!
- Click here to view a list of places to buy quilling supplies around the world!
- Click here to view some of my own quilling projects, with tips so you can make your own if you’d like!
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Thank you for sharing 🙂 you are an inspiration! I love quilling
I shud say u r just awesome with ur creativity… It’s not great to know quilling but ur imagination is what’s wonderful!!
Thanks so much for including my ornament tutorials in your post, Honey!
This is a lovely blog! Thank you for including my quilled angels.
Thank you for including me in your awesome blog Honey 🙂 xx