Mixed Media Morsels & more

Tips, Ideas, and Inspiration

For the past few weeks, I’ve been having a great time altering puzzle pieces, making hanging ornaments out of them. So I decided to make one for my Mixed Media Morsels, Main Dish #8 video. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can click here to watch. These little ornaments are just over 2 inches tall and can be hung on a Christmas tree or anywhere in your home throughout the year. They make sweet handmade gifts and several people commented on the video that they wanted to make some to use as gift tags, which is another great idea! In the video, I said that I would be posting some pictures of my ornaments here on the blog, so here they are.





I found my 24-piece kids’ puzzles at my local Dollar Tree store. I have also found puzzles at thrift stores and garage sales. I hope you will find some to alter and have fun using up your leftover bits of napkins, stickers, beads, charms, embellishments, and anything else you can attach to them. And be sure to look at things before you toss them — it’s amazing how much we often throw away that could be turned into something as cute as these little ornaments!

Till next time,

10 thoughts on “A Puzzling Good Time!

  1. Lynda Pearce says:

    Loving all these Cat!😄

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  2. NR Edwards says:

    I LOVE these!!!! What a GREAT idea!!! Thank you for all you share with us… I’m sOOOO loving your blog! 😊💗😊

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  3. Jeanne Beam says:

    Beautiful little ornaments. I want to make them but haven’t gotten the puzzles yet. Soon very soon. Thanks Cat for sharing your wonderful talent…

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  4. Lorraine Putnam says:

    They turned out super!!! Love them all.

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  5. Caroline Turner says:

    I am OBSESSED with this idea! They are so sweet. What a great idea for a small gift for someone or YES the tag idea is great. This would be a fun thing to do with my granddaughter! Thanks for sharing such a fun craft with us. I love things that I’m able to do with my little granddaughter Annabelle! God bless!

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  6. Deb says:

    very cute. They’re a great size and can be used for lots of holidays!

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  7. Laura Murphy says:

    Cat, wonderful idea for upcycling. They are very pretty. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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  8. Glenda says:

    Love these – what a great idea and yours were awesome, as always in everything you do!

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  9. Alicia says:

    These are just darling! I love the different ways you attached the part that you use to hang, so many variations and great ideas!

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  10. Sue says:

    Hi Cat
    I have watched alot of your videos I guess
    I missed this one.Such a great idea.
    I am in the mood to do some.
    I believe I have all the supplies.
    Thanks for all your sharing
    Sue from Illinois
    Found this on Pinterest but usually on YouTube


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