Here is a wonderfully diverse collection of easy DIY Christmas Ornament Ideas that you can work on – and add a personal touch to this year’s tree decor!!
Scents have an amazing ability to transport us back to a past memory or time. The smell of cinnamon can do that for a lot of people as it reminds them of Christmas.
That’s why I love these easy DIY cinnamon ornaments. They have the ability to make your home smell amazing with the smell of Christmas all season long.
I recently was doing some cleaning/reorganizing and found my grad school tassel from graduation. It’s one of those things that you hate to throw away… yet ends up collecting dust.
With the Christmas tree currently in full glory at our house, I knew just the way to preserve that memory and accomplishment. With a quick DIY project.
Here is a really easy and fun ornament you can make (even with some kid help) that is needle felted and can be used as an essential oil diffuser ornament.
It seems as though you can’t get through the holidays without the story of a Christmas mouse or two. Whether it be the story of The Nutcracker or Christopher’s Christmas, mice just seem to get us in the holiday spirit.
This holiday, why not do a little mouse crafting with your kids? Take a look below at how to use some very basic supplies to make your own cute Christmas mouse craft.
Creating your own homemade Christmas ornament gives you something completely unique and doubles as a fun activity to do with your friends or children.
This would be a super cute ornament to remember a first or other important birthday (think sweet 16!) that happened this year or to gift to someone who loves to decorate cakes!
It’s unique, cute, and really easy to make!
The beauty of decoupage is that you can quickly and cheaply turn old things into new things with just paper and glue. Decoupaged Christmas ornaments are a great example.
You can always find old Christmas ball ornaments at garage sale and thrift stores and give them new life.
After seeing how much birdseed ornaments cost at Red Envelope, I decided that we would make our own! It turns out that it is not very hard at all.
These are great little outdoor decorations and make cute present toppers. This is also an idea for Heartfelt Holidays and homemade gifts!
This summer I was browsing Pinterest and kept coming across the melted pony bead sun-catchers. I made a mental note that these would also make great ornaments!
The Christmas lights shinning through the melted beads would be just as pretty as the sun! This is also a very easy craft project for kids to complete.
My Short Chic is turning into a little dancer. To thank the dance teachers for their help, we decided to make them a little gift for Christmas. A tutu ornament.
I made some of these up a few years ago, but of course had to make some this year with the beautiful Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper.
This is a great project to do while watching TV. I rolled the paper strips up using my paper piercer as a guide. Tossed them in the ornament and added a bow out of Old Olive Taffeta ribbon.
Every year we gift hand made ornaments to our family. Usually this includes me wrestling the kids handprints onto a glass ball, then staying up late to finish them myself.
This year I think the kids are old enough to help so I picked 2 projects I thought they (and I) could handle. The first was the crayon ornaments and the second is salt dough ornaments.
I’ve been itching to make holiday crafts all year and I’m so excited to share my first one. For this week’s DIY project, I’m making some sparkly ornaments made out of something that I’m sure we all have tons of at home: CDs.
Crafters of all ages will enjoy making a primitive scrap ribbon Christmas tree ornament to gift or keep this holiday season. In this post, learn how to use shades of green and brown scrap ribbon to emulate the welcoming branches of a Christmas tree.
It was on my Christmas Craft To-Do List last year, but I never got around to it. 1), I didn’t have time and 2) I hadn’t come across any extra Scrabble letters.
In the last few months my sister’s boyfriend found not one but TWO old games at thrift stores for me. So this year, with plenty of letters to choose from, the kids and I had some fun making these.
I am going to show you how to make thrift store ornaments out of used books!
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.
I have a homemade essential oil diffuser project to share with you today – but this one is for your Christmas tree! This essential oil diffuser is an ornament made with ribbon, beads, and porous lava beads. The lava beads hold and diffuse the oils to help make your home smell as Christmas-like as possible!
Yesterday, I shared a quick and pretty ornament idea, and today’s project– a Sharpie art Christmas ornament, literally takes about 1 minute each.
And, no art skills needed.
Each year we like to add to the children’s collection of Christmas ornaments. I especially like homemade ornaments, and this simple star ornament made with yarn and craft sticks was a great choice for our family.
If you have clear round ball ornaments – check out this post on 10+ Cute Ways to Fill Clear Plastic Ornament Balls!