Handmade Holiday Table Decorations

Today I am sharing with you some ideas for Handmade Holiday Table Decorations using Stampin’ Up! products!  

First on the left is a Napkin Ring around a green cloth napkin.  This napkin ring is made from a 4″ x 1 1/2″ piece of Perfectly plaid designer paper secured with a glue dot. Then a piece of the Shaded spruce ribbon with gold trim is tied around the piece of cardstock.  Last is a couple of punched ornaments threaded thru the ribbon.   

Next is a Place Card made from ornaments assembled from cardstock punched using the larger Ornament punch.  

This ornament has 5 “arms”; each made from 3D pieces assembled from pieces cut using the Large ornament punch.  To make this ornament – punch 3 ornaments from Perfectly plaid designer series paper.  Score each ornament down the center and fold each piece in half.   Attach the 3 ornaments together so they make one 3D ornament that can fold out.  Punch out a 4th piece from a coordinating piece of cardstock which becomes the bottom flat side of the ornament.  Attach the folded ornament to the cardstock piece.  You have now made one arm!
Attach this arm to a 2″ punched circle.  Make 4 more arms to complete your ornament.  

To make this into a Place card, punch a Tree from the Tree punch.  Attach a tag with the name to the top of the tree to make this a Place Card.


 The Christmas Tree in the frame is a pretty country style decoration.  Cut a triangle from Pear Pizazz cardstock.  Attach to a square piece of Designer Series paper.  Buttons are then glued over the cardstock triangle to make the shape of a Christmas tree.  Attach a star to the top of the tree.  A brown button on the bottom makes the Tree Trunk.



Next is a cute little gift/favor box made from the Perfectly Plaid Designer Series paper.  This cute little box can be filled with candies.  Hershey kisses or Hershey nuggets fit perfectly into this little box.



Last is a beautiful candle that has been decorated with Glimmer paper cut using pretty dies that form the silhouette of a town.  Snowflakes cut from dies would also make a great decoration for a candle.  There is no end to the ways that you can use items that you make to decorate your Holiday table!

Which item is your favorite decoration?



Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Handmade Holiday Table decorations.

Happy Holidays to you!

Marilyn SanClemente

About Marilyn SanClemente

I am Marilyn SanClemente an avid paper crafter and Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I love to make handmade cards, stationery and scrapbooks and teach others about my passion.

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