This guide is about making 3D paper star Christmas ornaments. Recycle gift wrap or other paper to make a folded paper decoration for your holiday tree.
This is a guide about making a tassel angel ornament. Decorative tassels lend themselves to creating beautiful angel Christmas ornaments.
This is a guide about making a Scrabble tile Christmas ornament. Tiles from old Scrabble games are great for making various crafts, from jewelry to Christmas ornaments.
This is a guide about making a spool reindeer. Thread spools can be used to make many craft projects.
This is a guide about making paper Christmas lightbulb ornaments. The kids will enjoy making these cute paper Christmas lights to use as ornaments or a garland.
This is a guide about making a gold glitter ball ornament. A glittery gold ball ornament is not only easy to make, but will definitely add sparkle to your tree.
This is a guide about making Christmas dog ornaments. This cute dog ornament would be fun to make with your children or grandchildren.
This is a guide about making a Popsicle stick wooden sled ornament. Popsicle sticks are excellent craft supplies to have on hand for you and the kids to use for making cute ornaments.
This is a guide about tree trunk ornaments. An inexpensive way to make unique decorations for your Christmas tree is with slices of a tree trunk.
This is a guide about making felt Christmas ornaments. Felt has been used for years to make holiday decorations. These can be simple kids crafts or beautifully crafted ornaments to be treasured for generations.
This is a guide about making cinnamon applesauce Christmas ornaments. Your whole house will smell of apples and cinnamon when you make these baked dough ornaments.
This is a guide about pom pom Christmas tree ornaments. Here is a new ornament to add to your collection of homemade ornaments.
White felt figure skate tree ornament.
Approximate Time: Half an hour
Cut out two pieces of felt in a boot shape as shown.
For each skate, slip the felt through the paper clip and glue along the side edges to secure.
Using all six strands of embroidery thread, use an overcast stitch to make the laces, leaving enough thread to tie in a bow so that you can hang it on your tree.
By preserverpreserver from Manitoba
Where is the pattern, please?
Editor's Note: I'm sorry but there is no longer a pattern attached for this post. It is a very simple shape so we have reworded the craft instructions rather than take down this cute older post.
Everytime I drank one of the Dannon Drinkable yogurts this year I thought the bottles were shaped like little snowmen.
So, I saved them along with various plastic caps from milk and creamers that I glued on top and just added little magic marker eyes and buttons and tied on various ribbons and other scrap materials I had in my wrapping or fabric box and. I made little snowmen ornaments from the recycle bin. It's frosty and his friends.
Easy enough to be made by children too!
Great for around the house, under the tree or on the tree with a hook or string!
You may roll up cash and insert it inside as a money gift wrap, as well, if you don't glue the hats on.
I like them simple, but you can get as detailed as you'd like and could even personalize them like family members (with their names at the bottom, etc. and add them to as place cards at your table.
Ho ho ho- let the holldays begin!
These would look cute as tree ornaments too. You'd just need to make a hole for the hook through the top of the cap. Great idea to reuse something rather than it going into the landfill. Thanks for sharing.
This is a guide about making a Santa ornament. There are so many ways to make cute Santa ornaments to decorate your tree and home.
These beautiful ornaments would make a lovely addition to any holiday tree. You can make them to keep or give away. You have to make them in stages, over the course of a few days only because the paint is on the inside and needs time to dry completely.
An old curtain ring made into a Christmas decor. First I washed them then let them dry (alternatively painted them) then sketch a design on it with glue and sprinkled with glittering dusts.
By Lourna from Ronneby, Sweden
My kids did a project like this for Christmas. They put a felt back on it, and added a photo inside of it.