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Ribbon Tree Ornaments

This post is sponsored by Dollar Tree. All original ideas and opinions are my own.

Ribbon Tree OrnamentCrafting Christmas ornaments is a favorite holiday tradition of mine. So when I got the chance to check out Dollar Tree’s loyalty program, The Value Seekers Club and try one of their craft tutorials, I knew I had to make one of their super cute ornaments!

Ribbon Tree Ornament from Dollar Tree

I decided to make the Ribbon Tree Ornament because it had a fun rustic look. While shopping at Dollar Tree, I found so many great choices of ribbon – lots of different colors and sizes. I settled on two different green ribbons and also grabbed a roll of red ribbon.

Following the directions that can be found on The Value Seekers Club site, I had a ton of fun making this cute little ornament. It would be a great project to make with kids. I also love how it can be used as a cute embellishment on a gift.

Ribbon Tree Ornament

Dollar Tree is one of my favorite places to shop for crafting supplies, party supplies, and seasonal decoration items because all their products are only $1 each!  And for inspiration before I shop, I love to visit The Value Seekers Club. It is a FREE club full of crafts, recipes, décor and frugal fun idea that can all be created with Dollar Tree products. The Value Seekers Club also hosts members-only contests, shares exclusive sneak peeks, and offers first-to-buy opportunities!

12 Days of Simple Christmas Ornaments
Day 1: Glitter Light Bulb
Day 2: Scrabble Tile Ornament
Day 3: Snow Globe Floating Ornament
Day 4: Ribbon Wreath 
Day 5: Ribbon Tree
Day 6: Glitter Monogram
Day 7: Salt Dough Ornament
Day 8: Snowman Ornament
Day 9: Glitter & Snowflake Ornament
Day 10: Gingerbread Ornament 
Day 11: Curled Paper Strips Ornament
Day 12: Bottle Cap Ornament