Wooden Buoy Ornament

Good morning! We are in December! Can you believe it? This time of year goes by so fast! Do you have parties to go to, or family get-togethers? Or maybe your hosting this year. There is so much to do! I love to create some new ornaments this time of year too. I came up with a simple beach/ocean ornament for my tree. I made bigger ones of these earlier this year, and I thought little ones would be so cute!

ocean wooden buoys

I had my husband cut out some little pieces from some scrap wood we had. The tallest one is 4 1/2 inches tall and the smallest is 1 3/4 inches tall. The tops were cut in on each side and then a small hole drilled in it.  I used some Waverly chalk paint to paint 2 of them ‘Mineral’ and 2 of them ‘White.’

wooden buoy ornament unfinishedwooden buoy ornaments painted

I taped off different areas of the buoy to add the colored stripes. I used orange, turquoise and black. After the paint was dry, I added a piece of twine through the top.

wooden buoy ornament taped and stripes

Here are the finished pieces! I hung them on a little faux tree I have on my front porch.

Christmas Wooden Buoy OrnamentWooden Christmas Buoy Ornament Orange and White

I found the wooden bobbers this past summer at an estate sale and freshened them up with some turquoise paint.

Christmas Wooden Buoy Ornament Turquoise, orange, greyChristmas Wooden Buoy Ornament Black and White

I love the mixture of the ornaments, the rope garland and the starfish on top.

Christmas Wooden Buoy Ornament Faux Tree

I have been busy decorating the other room in my house and hope to have tours up real soon! Have a great week!

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