Looking to make your own Christmas ornaments? DIY Christmas ornaments can be a fun time together as a family as well as creating wonderful Christmas memories. Making homemade ornaments is a nice Christmas tradition. Handmade ornaments are also great for holiday gift giving.
DIY Christmas Ornaments
I have been making Christmas ornaments for years. I used to make them with my kids when they were little, and now I enjoy doing DIY Christmas ornaments with T. We love to make special ornaments together and each year when we take the ornaments out of storage to decorate the tree, we talk about what year we made that ornament and what was going on. Making these DIY Christmas ornaments is a cherished family tradition.
Make Your Own Christmas Ornaments
As a family, we have made many different types of Christmas ornaments. Sometimes, we make salt dough or clay ornaments, other times we make ornaments that are popular that year.
It is easy to create your own clay Christmas ornaments. Kids will love making this a new Christmas tradition.
Here is another fun way to use your crockpot! The ornaments are made using a basic salt dough recipe, except they are cooked in your crockpot instead of the oven.
What’s great about this DIY Christmas Tree Clay Ornament project is…not only does it keep your children busy, but it’s also the perfect gift for someone special on Christmas day! With only 3 ingredients, this project only takes 5 minutes.
If your children enjoyed Despicable Me, they are sure to have fun making these Minion Christmas tree ornaments.
We love our Disney side. Between Disney movies and have annual passes to Disney Parks, we are a bit obsessed. And it goes for most Disney concepts. From Mickey to Dory, to Marvel to Star Wars, my family loves them all. These fun DIY Leia and Hans Solo ornaments are for the Star Wars geek in you!
If you have a kid in the 7-12 age range, who loves to read, chances are very good that you have a Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Greg Heffley fan living with you. If that is the case, this is an ornament that your kids will love to put up on the tree. It is really simple to make a Diary of a Wimpy Kid Ornament. To make a Greg ornament is a few items. Nothing complicated.
Trolls fans are going to love this Poppy Troll ornament. The adventures of Branch, Poppy, and DJ Suki made those cute little poofs headed creatures a household name and kids want everything they can get their hands on with their favorite character, right? How about a fun and inexpensive homemade ornament to hang on the tree this year?
This adorable little Rudolph-ish ornament is a cute little diy for you and your child to make together. Virtually mess free since the paint goes inside the ornament, they are great for the tree and also to add to a present or wreath for a little whimsy.
This is a great excuse for you to visit your local coffee shop and indulge in your favorite coffee or cappuccino! Your kids can upcycle the coffee cup lid into a festive Christmas ornament!
Do you have puzzles laying around mixing pieces? This is a great Snowflake Christmas Ornament you can make with your kids using those pieces.
Looking for more DIY Christmas ornament ideas?
Try these ideas and make your own Christmas ornaments.
- DIY Glitter Christmas Ornaments
- Scrabble tiles
- Mickey & Minnie: Make Disney Inspired Ornaments
- Popsicle Stick Sleds
- Mini Deer Pallet Ornament
- Diy Kate Spade Ornament
- DIY Indigo Ornaments
- Chalk Embroidery Mini Hoop Ornaments
- DIY Kid’s Fingerprint Ornament
- Pearl Christmas Tree Ornaments
- Jingle Bells Christmas Ornaments
- Scrap Ribbon Tree DIY Ornament
- DIY Sesame Street Ornaments
- Easy Decoupage Santa’s Sleigh Map Ornament
- DIY Initial Christmas Ornament
- Button and Felt DIY Christmas Ornaments