During the summer, my mother enjoys watching the hummingbirds outside of her kitchen window. She always seems a bit sad when it is time to put away the feeder for the winter and looks forward to the birds return in the spring. For the holidays, I thought I’d bring her a little early cheer and make her a couple of hummingbird ornaments for her tree.
I also think these ornaments would be pretty hanging in a window or on a mobile for a year-round decoration.
These little hummingbirds are made out of salt dough (just like the DIY Snowflake Ornaments), but I added a piece of toothpick for the beak while the dough was still wet.
Happy Tuesday! I hope everyone had a nice weekend. I made some more Christmas ornaments this past weekend that I am excited to share with you today. These string covered ornaments were easy to make and came together fairly quickly. I made six ornaments in less than two hours while watching TV. These probably would have come together even faster, if I had not kept getting sucked into the shows.
This is the third post in my DIY Christmas Ornaments series. So if you are just tuning in and missed my earlier ornament posts, here are the links to my clothespin reindeer and salt dough snowflakes. I have quite a few additional ornaments that I am looking forward to sharing with you in the next couple of weeks. To make sure that you don’t miss any of my DIY ornament posts, please consider subscribing to my blog by clicking on the envelope icon to the right and entering your email address or following me on Pinterest.