Stéphanie Aubron

Stéphanie Aubron

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At around a dollar each, these empty orbs offer an affordable catalyst for creativity. Fill one with small wooden chips, another with a single stunning peacock feather (attached to the ornament's top with hot glue). Or compose a more obvious Christmas scene by dropping a model fir tree into a globe dusted with artificial snow. You can also use tweezers to position branches inside and even hot-glue a tiny cardinal in place.   - CountryLiving.com

At around a dollar each, these empty orbs offer an affordable catalyst for creativity. Fill one with small wooden chips, another with a single stunning peacock feather (attached to the ornament's top with hot glue). Or compose a more obvious Christmas scene by dropping a model fir tree into a globe dusted with artificial snow. You can also use tweezers to position branches inside and even hot-glue a tiny cardinal in place. - CountryLiving.com

Scissors  2 large pinecone scales (for ears)  White and brown acrylic paint  Small paintbrushes  1 short piece of twine (for tail)  1 egg-shape pinecone (for body; other shapes will work, too)  Craft glue  1 acorn (cap removed, for head)

Scissors 2 large pinecone scales (for ears) White and brown acrylic paint Small paintbrushes 1 short piece of twine (for tail) 1 egg-shape pinecone (for body; other shapes will work, too) Craft glue 1 acorn (cap removed, for head)