Defying Tradition: 13 Non-Traditional DIY Christmas Ornaments 

One of the best parts about December is setting up the Christmas tree and decorating it with the beautiful ornaments. A lot of people use the same ornaments every year, since they are a part of the Christmas tradition, but if you are a free spirit who wants to do Christmas a little differently this year, you’re definitely thinking of getting some super unusual and unique ornaments. We’ve picked out 13 non-traditional DIY Christmas ornaments for you!

1. Unicorn Christmas Ornament 

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If you consider yourself a loyal member of the unicorn family, a unicorn ornament can’t be missing from your Christmas tree! We love this idea from The Farm Girl Cabs and think it’s going to add a sparkling and enchanting element to your holiday ambiance.

2. Hot Air Balloon Christmas Ornament 

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Maybe you aren’t too keen on making ornaments from scratch because you already have a big box of them at home. You can absolutely use your existing ornaments and give them a little makeover! Turn them into hot air balloons, following the tutorial at The Cheese Thief.

3. Wine Cork Christmas Ornaments 

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Save the wine corks from the wine bottles you drink with friends because you’re going to need them for Christmas tree decorations. Say what?! One Little Project used wine corks to make the most adorable Christmas angels that you can hang up on your tree or anywhere else around your home!

4. Vintage Buttons Christmas Ornament 

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Vintage buttons have a very special charm. If you are lucky enough to have a big stack of vintage buttons at hand, perhaps given to you by your mother or grandmother, Live Love DIY will show you how you can use the buttons to create a captivating and unique Christmas ornament!

5. Wire Stars Ornaments 

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Christmas is a time of abundance and prosperity, but sometimes it feels good to remain minimalistic in how we go about our holidays. You can opt for handmade gifts and even decorate your Christmas tree in a more simplistic manner. We found these lovely wire ornaments at Alyssa & Carla!

6. Hamburger Christmas Ornaments 

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Fast food is your loyal companion throughout the year but in December your table is suddenly full of homemade pies, gingerbread cookies and other delicious festive foods. Aww Sam urges you not to abandon your fast food bff, but give it an honorary place on your Christmas tree instead.

7. Chalkboard Christmas Ornaments 

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Creativity should be celebrated all year, but especially during the holiday season. If your family loves to be creative and always has a difference of opinions when it comes to holiday decorations, Satori‘s chalkboard Christmas ornaments are going to keep the peace in the house!

8. Mini Mittens Ornament 

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Keep your shiny and fancy ornaments in the box this year, because these mini mittens by Just Crafty Enough are stealing the spotlight! Nothing says winter like a pair of mittens and they beautifully fit in with the essence of Christmas, thanks to their bright red color.

9. Sprinkles Christmas Ornament 

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If there was a competition for the most creative Christmas ornament, this colorful ornament by Little Gray Fox would definitely rank very high! Anyone who loves sprinkles is going to jump at the opportunity to make this one, so don’t hesitate to try something new and multicolored!

10. Scrabble Christmas Ornament 

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Board games are an important part of spending time with your family. They are usually met with so much laughter and a little bit of anger when the loser can’t accept they didn’t win. Celebrate this tradition along with Crafts by Amanda – buy some extra scrabble tiles and use them to make this creative Christmas tree ornament!

11. Ice Cream Christmas Ornaments 

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Winter is not usually the time when we’re indulging into ice cream, unless you’re lucky enough to live in a warm climate all year long. This doesn’t make our love of ice cream any lesser though! If you want to make your favorite dessert a part of the celebrations, My Poppet has the perfect tutorial for you!

12. Pet Christmas Ornaments 

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Since holidays are a time of family, we have to mention that we absolutely consider pets as family members and as such, they deserve a couple of decoration pieces of their own, don’t they? Handmade Charlotte made these lovely Christmas ornaments in the shape of dogs, cats and even rabbits!

13. Photo Christmas Ornaments 

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When you have a big family you’re always trying to capture the happiest and most significant moments on photos, so you can one day look back on them and feel all warm and fuzzy with nostalgia. This year, display your favorite memories right on your Christmas tree, in the form of photo ornaments by Landeelu!

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Fun Christmas Tree Ornaments to Make with Your Kids

When we were kids, our families had the tradition of gifting each member of the household one new Christmas ornament every year. It made for a fun morning (and a very full tree as the years passed by), but a certain pattern always arose: the ornaments that we’d made ourselves were always the most popular.

Just in case you’d like to start this tradition in your family too, here are 15 awesome DIY ornaments that you can make with your kids this holiday season!

1. Folder paper trees

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If you’ve read from our website before then you already know how much we adore projects that repurpose, reuse, and upcycle things! Even the simplest upcycle contributes to living a little bit greener. That’s why we were such big fans of Design and Form‘s folder paper ornament design! We love that it repurposes unused office folders and we’re also huge fans of the simple origami techniques used to create the little trees.

2. Model Magic snowflakes

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When it comes to crafting time, your kids will be nothing but pleased if you decided to make something very hands on with the. That’s why working with things like modeling clay is such a great idea over the holidays! Meet the Dubiens suggests using a rolling pin to flatten the clay and a snowflake shaped cookie cutter to punch out shapes. Bake them and string them up with ribbons how they are, or maybe write your family’s names on them!

3. Sock snowmen

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A Christmas ornament doesn’t have to actually hang on the tree for it to be an awesome piece of your holiday decor. These little sock snowmen, for example, are a blast to make, a fun way to upcycle old socks, and an adorable addition to the other Christmas figurines dotted around your house during the holidays. We love that each person can make their snowman look a little bit different. Check out how they’re done on Darkroom and Dearly.

4. Rudolph cork ornament

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Do you always find that the holiday season has you uncorking a few more bottles of wine than usual? Then start hoarding those corks and put them to good use instead of throwing them out! Wine corks are useful for all kinds of things but during the holidays they make for awesome little DIY reindeer ornaments, just like these ones by The Homeless Finch.

5. DIY acorn ornaments

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Do you love incorporating nature themes into your Christmas decorating scheme so that you can really feel the season outside as though it’s right in the room with you? Then we’ve found the perfect DIY ornaments for you! These little Christmas bulbs are made from brightly painted balls of modeling clay clued into actual acorn caps. You can probably find them in your yard just like Say Yes did!

6. Easy sewing card ornaments

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Have you always loved the way bright, geometric, pop art looking ornaments look against the backdrop of a more traditional looking Christmas tree? Then there are plenty of kid friendly DIY options out there for you! We’re particularly big fans of these fun shapes by Mr Printables. Punch holes across the surface of each shape and have your kids embroider them with brightly coloured yarns to really give them some fun detail.

7. Easy clay snowmen

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Did you like the idea of a side decor snowman but your kids have made sock snowmen before and they’re not feeling that idea again this year? Help them work with clay for something a little bit different instead! Say Yes shows you and your kids how to roll the balls, stack them, and add the details in just a few simple steps.

8. Paper towel tube stars

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Are you still trying to think of ornaments that double as upcycling projects? Imagine how cool it would be to have a whole year’s theme be gifted ornaments made from repurposed things! We recently tried making these adorable little sparkly snowflakes from carefully cut and painted sections of paper towel rolls and both the DIY process and the final product were a fun success! We followed the steps on Blog a la Carte.

9. Popsicle stick ornaments

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Popsicle sticks make great DIY tools because they can be cut, painted, rhinestoned, and generally crafted into so many different things even though they’re so affordable and easy to work with. That holds especially true over the holidays! She Knows recommends transforming them into Christmas trees, snowmen, or sparkly snowflakes using things like paint, glue, buttons, and pom poms.

10. Wooden bead elves

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If your kids are anything like ours, then you probably have tubs of random reusable supplies like pipe cleaners and wooden beads stashes away for them they just need some easy DIY that will keep them amused on a cold afternoon. Parents.com, however, is here to remind you that those things can be extra useful and a little more productive around Christmas! Check out how they combined those things with some paint, felt, and ribbon to create adorable little elf ornaments.

11. Perler bead ornaments

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Do you remember making perler bead crafts in the 1990s? We were totally obsessed with them too! You can make all kinds of things, so why not make yourself a few adorably pixelated looking ornaments? We owe some thanks to Shelterness for these cute little heart and snowflake perler designs taht are easily transformed into tree hangers with some simple floss, string, or ribbon.

12. Paper covered ornaments

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Are you or the person you’re gifting your ornament to a total book worm? Then why not incorporate that into your design? The Turquoise Home shows you how to create a paper covered ornament by decoupaging strips from old book pages onto the surface of a plain ornament. Choose lines from damaged copies of your favourite books or books full of holiday stories!

13. Felt and ribbon ornaments

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Are your favourite crafts the kind that combine frabic and material with other crafting supplies that you wouldn’t normally use in a simple sewing project? Then these felt and ribbon covered foam crafting spheres might be exactly what you’re looking for. Crafts n’ Coffee shows you how they held these sections of felt and pretty lengths of ribbon in place using simple sewing pins.

14. Miniature yarn wreaths

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Are you an avid knitter or crochet enthusiast with a huge stash of leftover yarn that you’re always wondering what to do with? Well, according to Christopher and Tia, the holidays are the perfect time to use some of that scrap yarn up! They’ll show you how to use simple wrapping techniques in alternating colours to create adorable miniature yarn wreaths.

15. Quilled paper ornaments

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Are you looking for something a little more challenging or intricate than some of these designs so you can get your older kids in on the crafting fun too? Then perhaps it’s time to try some simple paper quilling! Paper, Plate, and Plane guides you through the process of layering rectangular strips of paper until you’ve created a ball and curling smaller pieces around the surface of the outside for pretty detail.

Have you and your kids made other DIY ornaments that you’re proud of? Tell us how you made them in the comments section!

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Angel Ornaments with Free Pattern

VIEW IN GALLERYcrochet angel free pattern- wonderful DIYCrochet angels are a popular motif. These crochet angels hanging on the Christmas tree look very pretty and easy to make . Check the link below for the free pattern to create ornaments, figurines , bag & hat decoration, and more…. Happy crafting !

Click here for the FREE PATTERN BY Crochetmillan

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Wonderful DIY Cute Pine Cone Fairy Ornaments

VIEW IN GALLERYpinecone-ornaments-wonderful DIY VIEW IN GALLERYpinecone-ornaments-WONDERFUL DIY1This is a cute idea of making fairy ornament using pine cone. What you will need : pine cone ,a Spruce cone or other kinds will also work. The cap is from an Oak acorn, the wings are dried White Oak leaves, the hair is wool roving, bits of felt and wool , small wood beads for hands, pipe cleaner, and wood bead for head.  Check the link below for the full tutorial (Image via: Goodhomedesign)

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Wonderful DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments Using Wine Corks

VIEW IN GALLERYChristmas  ornaments from Wine corks--wonderful DIY FI enjoy a little bit wine with my family at dinner . So we have some wine corks left at home, I was wondering how I can re-use them . Since the Christmas is around the corner, maybe we can make some ornaments for the holiday. It’s not only a good home decoration idea but also a nice way to recycle those corks, right ?

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What you will need:
– bows, ribbon
-glue gun
-13 corks, 1 champagne cork
-paint/ nail polish

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2. Add two more corks.

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3. Form 3 rows – 2 of three corks,one of four. Apply hot glue to one row of three.

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4. Press firmly to the row of four. Add row of three to the bottom.

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5. Apply a row of two to the bottom.

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6. Tie a ribbon around one cork ,apply a thin line of glue to the underside. Glue to the top .

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7. Apply glue to the top of your champagne cork , firmly adhere to the tree.

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8. Paint, add a bow or star… have some fun adding embellishments, such as buttons, beads…and so on.

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That’s all, your Christmas tree ornaments done !

With your imagination, you can make Christmas candy cane ornaments, door wreath, star ornaments … using wine corks. Here are some pictures from Pinterest, hope it inspire you to give a try !

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Wonderful DIY Glittery Snowball Ornaments for Christmas

VIEW IN GALLERYGlittery-Snowballs christmas ornament diy F2How to make glittery snowball Christmas tree ornaments out of water balloons and string ? These glittery snowballs will be a great addition for your holiday decoration. and they are easy and fun for everyone to make. Just inflate the balloons, wrap the string around the balloons and dip them into liquid glue. After the glue is completely dry, poke and remove the balloons from the string. It’s a good way at a busy time of the year to spend quality time with your children. Enjoy ~~

Click here for the Tutorial from ‘Viewalongtheway’

Here is a video tutorial from ‘Youtube’

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Wonderful DIY Easy Lightbulb Ornaments

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Here is a great and easy way to decorate your Christmas trees with Lightbulb ornaments. They are nice kids crafts . Watch the video tutorial , learn how to make these cute lightbulb ornaments, be creative !

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Click here for the tutorial form Goodshomedesign

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Wonderful DIY Lifetime Fabric Pine Cone Ornaments

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A fabric pinecone is a nice and fun craft for the winter holiday decoration. It’s will be a lifetime ornament if you keep well . You can make these fabric pinecones with your favourite color and design. A small Styrofoam ball used for arranging flowers will work for the base of the pinecone. You can also use ribbon instead of fabric. Check the link below for the tutorial… Have fun !

Click here for the tutorial from Knittygrittythoughts

Here is a video tutorial from Youbube

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Wonderful DIY Paper Fruit Ornaments

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How cute are these paper fruit ornaments ! Each of them was made from 2 colored A4 printer sheets, folded and cut in 4, they are very easy to make but look beautiful. Check the link below for the tutorial, Enjoy ~~

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 Click here for the tutorial from ‘ Krokotak’

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Wonderful DIY 30+ Homemade Christmas Ornaments

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These handmade Christmas decorations are fun to make . This is a good way to spend quality time with your family this holiday . They have an unique appeal not only because they are cheap and easy to make, but also because we create memories with our family during the whole crafting process. We found these pictures on Pinterest, it’s hard to get original tutorial link . So if you need to get credit back link, please contact us …Enjoy these wonderful crafts !

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Ball Ornaments

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These Crochet Ball Ornaments look pretty hanging on the window ! It’s a nice craft for those crochet lovers. Check the below link to learn the patten, make these cute Christmas decoration for your home or friends, Happy crafting !

Click here for the translated pattern from Alimero

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Woderful DIY Christmas Thumbprint Clay Ornaments

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If you are looking for some memorable handmade crafts ideas, this one is perfect for you ! Your kids and you will love to make these Thumbprint Clay Ornaments for the Christmas Tree! This is a great way to capture those tiny little fingers. These Thumbprint Clay Ornaments would be a perfect homemade gift for grandparents or other relatives . Be sure to check the below link to ge the full tutorial…Enjoy !

What you will need :

Oven Baked Clay
Wax Paper
Rolling Pin or Clay Roller
Cookie Cutters
A Drinking Straw
Scrapbooking Stamps {optional}
A Dark Crayon
Acrylic Paints {optional}
Ribbon or Twine
Additional Supplies Needed: Cookie Sheet, Oven

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Wonderful DIY 3D Paper Star Wreath / Ornaments

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This is a last minute christmas decorations crafts –Make 3D paper star wreath ! It’s a nice idea to use up those Christmas paper that you didn’t like . It’s very easy to make that your kids can help. These paper star also can be used as gift topper,they will look great hanging on the Christmas tree, or lining the wall . Get the turoial from the below link …

Click here for the tutorial from ‘Littlebirdiesecrets’

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Wonderful DIY Christmas Snowflake Ornaments from Paper Roll

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This is another craft for Christmas ornament. Recycle paper rolls, you can make Snowflakes. Snowflakes for colouring that you can easily use for Christmas decoration. You just need empty toilet paper rolls, scissors, glue, and paints . Check the below link for the tutorial…Have fun with your kids!

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Wonderful DIY Knitted Christmas Tree with Ornaments

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This knitted Christmas tree looks so great on the holiday table !  It decorated with snowflake,balls…Of course, you can make your own ornaments for decoration ( please check our website for tutorials ) .This is a nice craft for those knitting lovers. The knitted Christmas tree make a perfect handmade gift for Christmas. Check the below link to get the full instructions, Happy knitting !

Click here for the translated pattern form ‘Alimero’

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Wonderful DIY Cute Pine Cone Owl Ornaments

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I love all  owl crafts ! These owl ornaments are made of pin cones and felt, they are so cute and will look lovely on Christmas tree,or just stand on the table .It’s also a nice kids crafts , Check the below link to get the more details, Happy crafting !

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Wonderful DIY Cute Yarn Christmas Tree Ornaments

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How adorable are these cone-shaped miniature Christmas tree ornaments ! They will look stunning on a table setting or mantlepiece,or Christmas tree . They’re made out of yarn or twine, felt…very easy and fun to make. Get the full tutoiral from Craftpassion..

Materials you will need :
1. Styrofoam cone, mini size
2. Yarn or twine
3. Felt
4. Mini Pom Pom
5. Jingle bell
6. Sequin

Here is the tutorial  from Craft passion

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Wonderful DIY Cute Button Christmas Ornaments

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Buttons is sweet and colorful, turn them into Christmas ornaments. They are really button cute! And very easy to make that kids can help.They’ll look fantastic hanging on your Christmas tree or boxed up as gifts. Get crafty ~~

Here is the tutorial from Iamthatlady

Here are more Christmas idea by using button:

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Button Snowflake: Tutorial from ‘Crafts For All Seasons’ 

Button Tree Ornaments:  Tutorial from ‘Uklassinus’

Button wreath : Tutorial from ‘Jbolechcrafts’

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Wonderful DIY French Knitting Ornaments for Christmas

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These French Knitting Christmas Tree Ornaments are so pretty ! They’ll look beautiful on your Christmas tree . They are also perfect handmade gift for your family and friends . For making these French knitting Christmas tree ornaments, you will need :

Here is Translated tutorial from lacalledelaabuela

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Wonderful DIY Yarn Ball Ornaments for Christmas

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These yarn ball ornaments will look great hanging on Chrsitmas tree or at different lengths in a corner of a room , or stand on your table .You can try any color you want, or chose a lighter color, if you want to spray paint yours.

What You Will Need:

-1 Bottle of Elmer’s Glue
-Corn Starch
-Water
-Measuring Cup
– 100% Cotton Yarn – White or Light in Color
-Fishing Line
-Balloons (preferably medium to large ones)
-Decoration (optional)

Click here for the translated tutorial from Artesanato e Afins

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Wonderful DIY Book Page Snowflake Ornaments for Chrsitmas

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Have any old book lie down at your home ? Turn them into these fabulous Christmas snowflake ornaments , that’s a wonderful idea. They will look beautiful on your Christmas tree. Check the instructions from Let it snow…

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Wonderful DIY Glittery Styrofoam Ball Ornaments for Christmas

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I love glittery ornaments, it can brighten up the home. This crafts is very easy to make .

What you will need:

Hooked pins
Styrofoam ball
Sequins (any color you want)

Directions: Take the pins and place them through every sequins. After finishing wit the sequins you will have an empty spot the styrofoam ball. That is the place where you will attach a hooked pin so you can hang it on your Christmas tree. And that’s all . Your glittery Christmas tree decoration is done.

P.S:  Try to use different sequins colors so that your tree ornament will look amazing.

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