Homemade ornaments are a great way to make your Christmas tree look personal and also make great Christmas gifts. It’s not hard to make ornaments that look store bought but actually cost a lot less to make. Here are some fun ideas.
Glitter Ball Ornament: Use any cheap Christmas ball, ripped strips of an old book, Mod Podge, and glitter. The tags are printed or you can use little bows or other embellishments.
Key Ornaments: Michael’s sells these keys in their “Dollar Bins.” You can spray paint them any color you want. They also have spools of ribbon for $1 each. You can also add bows or charms.
Button Ornaments: Floral wire, buttons, and ribbon are all you need to make these cute ornaments. (Kids can even make them too)
Message in a Bottle Ornament: Craft stores sell these cute mini-bottles for around $1 each. Print a cute little Christmas message on nice paper, add some charms and string, and you have a really cute ornament.
Here are some fun Christmas ornaments for kids that kids can make:
Kids Christmas Tree Ornament: Who knew cardstock paper, popsicle sticks, and buttons could be so cute?
Time Capsule Ornaments: Clear ornaments are pretty inexpensive. Add a photo of your child, the year, and some memories they have written down. Then when they graduate high school, you give give them their own collection.
Paint and Glitter Ornament: Poor some paint and glitter into the ornament. Glue the top shut and let the kids shake it.
MORE Kids Ornament Ideas: Kids can spend an entire afternoon making ornaments with paper, popsicle sticks, buttons, pops, glitter, sequins, and more.
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