DIY Puzzle Piece Candy Cane Ornament {25 Days to an Organized Christmas}

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25 Days to an Organized Christmas

Today I’ve got Cheryl visiting me. I was able to meet Cheryl in person this year at SNAP Conference and she is super sweet and a super talented blogger. 

Hi everyone! My name is Cheryl and I live over at That’s What {Che} Said… I am so happy to be here to day to share one of my favorite DIY Ornaments with you! Before we get to that, I’d love to invite you over to my place starting this Friday for my 25 Days of Christmas Series! 25 Days, 25 Posts, all about Christmas! It’s so much fun and I’d love to hang out with you! You’ll find recipes, crafts, handmade gift ideas, home décor, kids’ activities and so much more! You can check out my past two years of the series here! So much Christmas fun!

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I love up-cycling or repurposing things! Raise your hand if you have a puzzle laying around that is missing some pieces! Well you are in luck today! I have a great little project to give those puzzle pieces some use! (If you don’t have one…no worries, my $1 has them and they work great!)

  Puzzle Piece Candy Cane Ornament at

Supplies Needed:

  • Small Puzzle Pieces
  • Red Paint
  • White Paint
  • Pain brushes
  • Glue
  • Green twine, ric rac, or thin ribbon
Start off by painting your puzzle pieces! I painted both sides so that if the ornament can be seen from the back it still looks pretty! I painted 6 pieces of each color, red and white. Once dry, use your glue to adhere them together in the shape of a candy cane. When the glue dries, add a loop with your ric rac or ribbon. Just find a hole created by the puzzle pieces and loop it through there! This is a fun project you can have your kids help you with!

  Candy Cane Puzzle Piece Ornament at thatswhatchesaid.net_

If you like this ornament I invite you to check out my interlocking puzzle piece necklaces or my snowflake ornament I made last year.

Linking-Puzzle-Piece-Necklaces-at-thatswhatchesaid.netPuzzle Piece Snowflake Ornament at

Thanks for having me today Kelly and thanks to you all for crafting with me! I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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