Sunday, October 30, 2016

Making Ornaments with Clay


It's that time of year again. It's almost prime Christmas shopping season. I say that because I have been busy making and filling orders for Christmas ornaments for a few weeks now. Each year I add a few new designs and retire a few from the year before. You can shop for my current ornaments in my Etsy shop here: Ornaments

New for 2016

Owl Ornaments are made with a choice of 3 different patterns. 
1. Chevron Pattern   2. Polka Dots     3. Swirl Pattern

Pig Ornaments are made with patterns and patterns with Hog Calls. 
If you are or know a Razorback fan, you know what that means. 
Hog calls include:  1. WooPig    2. Pig Sooie  3. WPS
For non-Hog fans, you can order pigs without the words...just the patterns. 
These can also be ordered to be magnets instead or ornaments.

Also New for 2016

Also new for 2016 is the Personalized Dog Bone Ornament. I wrote about it here: Dog Bone Ornaments   This one will stick around next year. 

Ornaments from 2015
I am still making these ornaments and they are all listed in my Etsy shop. Some of them will be retired after this Holiday Season.

Handmade Ornament Tradition
I like to fill my tree with both handmade ornaments and manufactured ornaments, but the handmade ones are my favorites. What are your favorite type of ornaments on your tree?

Have a great week!


  1. We still use some of the ornaments and my children and I made long ago. Now they have almost grown children of their own. I love your owls.

  2. Thank you Dorothy! I still love the ornaments my children made also! I could decorate a small tree with the kids ornaments. :)

  3. LOVE your creativity Beth! Those ornaments are great, especially the trees!! Excellent job!

    ~ Nancy

    1. Thank you Nancy! I hope you are doing well! :)

  4. Oooooooo .... I see several things I need to get for next Christmas!!! Very nice work Beth!!

    ~ Nancy


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