Christmas Bauble Ornament

Today’s project is a Christmas Bauble Ornament!

Here’s a different angle:

And here’s a closer view of the tag:

Thank you to fellow German demonstrator Jana Muller for figuring this project out! CLICK HERE for her video tutorial (in German). I pinned a similar bauble many moons ago and just haven’t sat down to figure it out, so Jana’s tutorial helped me get started! I converted the measurements and tweaked a few things to get it just right and I’m happy with the end result! Without further ado, here’s my video tutorial:

Here are the templates:

I hope you’ll give this project a try this holiday season! If you do, please share it on social media with the hashtag #paperpixie and I’ll be sure to check it out! Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed weekend!


  • Festive Farmhouse DSP – 1-5/8″ x 7-3/4″ (3 pieces)
    • Score along the long side at 1/2″, 1-1/4″, 3-1/4″, 4-7/8″, and 6-7/8″
    • Use 3rd largest Layering Circle


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15 thoughts on “Christmas Bauble Ornament”

  1. Oh, Julie!!! I am in total awe at this amazing project, when I saw the picture I thought it was going to be close to impossible to recreate but you give such incredibly detailed directions and measurements on all your videos that are such a joy to watch.
    I’m most definitely will make some to hang on our Christmas Tree, love this so much.
    Thank you, thank you!!

  2. Julie. I love this idea. Your projects are the ones I case most often. Thank you so much for all of the lovely projects you inspire me with. I might be making a few of these this weekend for gifts.

    Question, where do you get the folders you put your framelits in and will they fit 6×7 magnet cards?

  3. I saw the ornament and thought wow that is beautiful. I saw the tutorial and thought why watch it, there is no way can I make that. Let me tell you, your tutorial is amazing. You made it fun and easy to follow. I can’t stop making them and everyone I have given one to love them. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • I know I’m a few years late but there is another website (Hattifant) that gave you a pdf of this (plain or with a design for color printing) They were called Triskele paper globes or orbs or something like that. Very nice place. At the time, the pdf was free. Basically the strips were on a 8.5×11 piece of paper so the length or each was probably close to 10 inches.

      Hope this helps

  4. Hey plz give any another measurements i am in love with this chritsmas gift i have to make it bt measurements are too small to make plzz give any another measuremenrs

  5. I am truly blown away by this project, Julie. Your instructions and tips are impeccable as always, and I can’t thank you enough for doing all the heavy lifting of converting metric to imperial. This ornament will truly be a keeper. <3

  6. can you tell us what size that circle is? for those who do not have that set, it would be nice to know.
    i’m going to make a bunch of these! they are great! and as always, great tutorial! thanks for sharing!

  7. WoW! This is amazing! I will attempt this at some point but oftentimes with the tininess of it all I become all thumbs! LOL! I appreciate the beauty of your work. Thanks for sharing!

  8. This is absolutely insane – and I love every bit of it. I would have never chosen this paper for this design, but it’s incredible here. You have an amazing mind!


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