Starfish ornaments are the perfect, quick craft for so many occasions: weddings, birthday parties, summer parties, Christmas decor, the list goes on and on. They’re so quick and easy to make that you can have a whole batch of them in a matter of minutes. You can use any color of ribbon to coordinate them to almost any event – and you can also make them from any size of starfish, too.
All you need to make some is a starfish, some thin ribbon or twine and a Dremel or drill.
I used a pretty thin bit to drill through one leg of the starfish.
Just go in sideways and keep it level.
String on your ribbon and tie a knot – and you’re good to go!
Try skinny ones, knobby ones – oooh the possibilities! You’ll be tying starfish ornaments onto everything you can think of – they’ll become rather addictive!
Amanda @ Serenity Now says
It’s beautiful, Gina! I love simple and pretty ornaments like this. A great finale. Thanks again for featuring my project on Day 1. 🙂
Ashley @ The Hillside Home says
I am OBSESSED with starfish and sand dollars right now. This craft is a MUST DO! 🙂
Donna @ The House on the Corner says
Ewwww!!! I just LOVE this idea!!!
Thanks so much for sharing!!!!
Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says
Very cute! Thanks for sharing!
Julie Bagamary says
What a sweet idea! Very inspiring.
Molly @ A Bit O' Shine says
I saw some starfish things today and I so thought of you! 🙂
Tamara Jansen says
Christmas in July…..you gotta love it! We just got our poinsettia cuttings at the greenhouse this week. Countdown begins 🙂
Gina, Those are so cute! I’m sorry I haven’t been by lately. Too many ‘must do’s on the list..like birthday parties, anniversary, baby births, and house maintenance from five hours away. July is almost as busy for us as October (four of my kids born that month!)
I’ve been doing more cleaning than transforming so I haven’gotten to link up.
You make the cutest things Gina!
Donna @ Comin’ Home
Mae Holland says
I love all he starfish. Did you make them? Please tell me how. hanks
Gina Luker says
Me too Mae, I did not make them I got them at the craft store 🙂