Christmas Carol Lyrics Filled Christmas Ornament

Christmas Carol Lyrics Filled Christmas Ornament

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Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

I love to try and find simple Christmas decorations that I can make using  Christmas carol lyrics.  The ornament I’m going to show you how to make today uses Christmas carol lyrics from a thrift store book!  I use those lyrics and fill them in clear plastic ornaments.  

What are some famous Christmas carols?

Maybe you are wondering which Christmas carol to use for this project.  In the Normal Rockwell Christmas Book that I found at my local Goodwill had these famous Christmas carols to choose from. 

There is a section of the book that is sheet music along with the Christmas carol lyrics so you can play them on the piano and sing.  Here is what I had to choose from:

  • “O Little Town of Bethlehem”
  • “We Three Kings of Orient Are”
  • “What Child Is This”  (I used these Christmas carol lyrics on my wood slab ornament here!)
  • “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear”
  • “Silent Night”
  • “Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing”
  • “Angels We Have Heard On High”
  • “The First Nowell”
  • “Joy To The World!”
  • “The Twelve Days of Christmas”
  • “O Come, All Ye Faithful”
  • “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen”
  • “Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly”
  • “Go Tell It On The Mountain”
  • “Jingle Bells”
materials needed for Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

Materials Needed To Make Your Christmas Carol Lyric Christmas Ornament:

Christmas carol lyrics
  1. Cut your Christmas carol lyrics and music into small strips. Be sure to keep the words in tact from the lyrics and the clefs of the music notes. You may have various sizes of strips and that’s ok.
Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

2. Once your strips are cut, it will be time to scrunch them up a bit and place them inside both sides of the clear ornament while it is apart. Try to make both sides look even and if you want the title of the carol to be able to be seen, be sure it is on the outside.

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

3. Place both sides of the ornament together.

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

4. You’ll have to make sure both sides of the ornament are lined up at the top for where the twine will go for hanging.

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

5. Because these are cheap plastic ornaments, I’m not 100% convinced that they couldn’t come apart. So you can use some Christmas themed washi tape and wrap that around and seal off the ornament.

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

6. Then you can thread a piece of twine through the top hole and tie a knot as the hanger or your ornament.

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

7. Here is your finished ornament! You can do this with any Christmas carol lyrics you’d like. Since the clear plastic ornaments come in a pack of 10, you could make these using 10 different Christmas carol lyrics!

Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

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Clear Plastic Ornament Filled With Christmas Carol Lyrics

A clear Christmas ornament with the song, "O Come, All Ye Faithful" inside.

Here is a cute way to fill a clear plastic ornament with Christmas carol lyrics!  Add a bit of Christmas themed washi tape and twine!  You can do this for all of your favorite Christmas carols!  

  • Author: Maura

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cut your Christmas carol lyrics and music into small strips. Be sure to keep the words in tact from the lyrics and the clefs of the music notes. You may have various sizes of strips and that’s ok.
  2. Once your strips are cut, it will be time to scrunch them up a bit and place them inside both sides of the clear ornament while it is apart. Try to make both sides look even and if you want the title of the carol to be able to be seen, be sure it is on the outside.
  3. Place both sides of the ornament together.
  4. You’ll have to make sure both sides of the ornament are lined up at the top for where the twine will go for hanging.
  5. Because these are cheap plastic ornaments, I’m not 100% convinced that they couldn’t come apart. So you can use some Christmas themed washi tape and wrap that around and seal off the ornament.
  6. Then you can thread a piece of twine through the top hole and tie a knot as the hanger or your ornament.
  7. Here is your finished ornament! You can do this with any Christmas carol lyrics you’d like. Since the clear plastic ornaments come in a pack of 10, you could make these using 10 different Christmas carol lyrics!

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