Blown Glass Ornaments with delicate feathers are everywhere this year. I decided to take on Anthropologie's version as I knew I could make one for less than $14 a ball. I mean... come on Anthropologie!!! You made this one too easy. No mine does not have a blown glass hook, but once it's hung in the tree would you really notice? Plus, I have the opportunity to change out my feather next year.
All I used was a set of clear glass ball ornaments from the craft store. Simply remove the hanger & insert the feather of your choice. DONE! Even if you don't have a crafty bone in your body, you too can do this.
For our main tree I duplicated this look using fluffy white feathers & still made ten ornaments for less than $14.
Here are a few feather ornaments that are a little more difficult to DIY.
Z Gallerie's version is a gorgeous shape & at 13"high a piece,
I could see spending a little more money on these.
Again, beautiful shapes that compliment each feather are all combined in this set from DwellStudio.
West Elm is on board too.
At $3.95 Crate & Barrel wins for best value for sure.
I wouldn't bat an eye at that price tag. Plus it even has the fancy hook :)
I hope you all had an amazing Thanksgiving & are recovering from your food comas.
Thistlewood Farm, Cleverly Inspired, & I have all teamed up again to share some Christmas Decorating ideas. Check back all week for links to some beautiful inspirations.
Head over to Thistlewood Farm & see KariAnne's gorgeous Christmas Guest Room (& that shutter wall!).