Oh the weekend before Christmas is here already!! Are you ready?! My husband and I spent all of Thursday shopping away. Thankfully we are almost done and it feels so good. You couldn’t pay me to go to Walmart this week!

So here is the second post about my Modern Ethnic Christmas set up!! 

Like the previous post, which you can read here I incorporated bright colors. to bring in the ethnic patterns I used geometric shapes in the design. Later in this post I wanted to share how I made the paper triangle ornaments. They are really easy to make and could be a fun craft to do with the kids.

My favorite part of this collab is I worked with some great shops and I’d like to highlight these shops now. You know I love small shops so regardless of Christmas or not I would recommend these shops any day!!

Merry and Bright Banner: The Bees Knees Shop
Tee Pee: Tnee Teepees
Custom Wrapping Paper: Spoonflower
Wooden Ornaments: The Urban Hare
Faux Succulents : Tai Pan Trading
Boys Ties : Lilla Barn
Abe Shirt: Wee Rascals
Beanie: Finley and Bub
Deer Knecklace : Gunner and Lux
Mug: Wee Structured
Candle and Soap : Moksa Organics
Wooden Cars : Little Saplings Toys
Masks : Opposite of Far
Nora and I’s dresses: Flor De Luz Shop
My floral headband: Made from flowers from Eco Flower
Noras hair clip: Lolly and Pop Shop
So onto the…

Triangle Ornament DIY 

What you need:

5-6 different colored scrap booking or colored card stock paper
Yarn or String of choice


1. Cut 2 inch by 2 in triangles. Cut about 4 of each color.

2. Tape the triangles together at the bases of the triangles as shown below.

3. Cut a the yarn or string about 6 inches in length.

4. Tie a loop with the string.

5. Tape onto the back of the ornaments.

And that it! How cute are these wooden ornaments from The Urban Hare?!

So there is the second post from my Modern Ethnic Christmas Series.. I enjoyed stepping outside the traditional Christmas set up and try something new. Thanks for reading. Leave questions below about the craft, if you have any. And have the best week before Christmas!