I’m back with more crafty homemade Christmas ornaments. These are such a fun way to add decor each season without spending a ton of money. It can be a way to connect with friends, craft with the family, or just have some peaceful solo crafting time on your own. Check out round 2 of homemade Christmas ornaments!
It’s not realistic to think about changing up your entire Christmas decor each year and frankly, even if I could, I wouldn’t. I love remembering the stories around certain ornaments, especially the homemade Christmas ornaments!
In case you missed the first part, I had help from tons of other amazing bloggers to show their DIY Christmas ornaments, and trust me when I say you don’t have to be an elaborate crafter. There are so many options from detailed to simple, adult, and kid-friendly – there is an option for all skill levels.
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So on to round 2!
Homemade Christmas Ornaments
Again – whether you are looking for a simple craft with the kids or want to break out the Cricut machine, there is an option for all.
Kids will love making these fun Candy Cane Reindeer ornaments and they also work great as party favors for your holiday events!
Growing Crystals from Borax is a really fun activity to try at home. Here we show you how to grow crystal stars to hang on your Christmas Tree.
Give as a gift or keep for yourself, these diy unicorn ornaments are so fun and easy to make.
Do you like crafting with felt? How about making Wool Socks Felt Ornaments!
All you need to make these cute Christmas ornaments are some cookie cutters and old sweaters.
Add some homemade charm to your Christmas tree this year with a DIY old-fashioned cranberry and popcorn garland!
Making your own DIY Book Page Ornament is simple and fun. Use an old book to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas decoration your family will cherish year after year.
Take a slice of the bottom of your tree each year and create an ornament with it to remember each special Christmas.
Learn how to take a gum ball machine from the Dollar Tree and turn it into a beautiful Christmas ornament.
Kids of all ages will love creating these Christmas crafts. 4 designs to choose from that all use simple, inexpensive materials.
Add a rustic flair to your holiday decor with these DIY wood burned ornaments.
Super easy DIY gnomes both kids and adults enjoy creating.
These snowman ornaments have a rustic look to them which I love. They’re also inexpensive and easy to make (and did I mention how cute they are?)
These cute paper globe ornaments are a great way to dress a tree up on a budget.
Create this time capsule ornament using photos from your Instagram feed!
These Ribbon Tree Ornaments are a fun Christmas craft to make. Use any colorful ribbon to make these easy ornaments for your Christmas tree.
Create these Wood Slice Ornament Gift Tags to adorn your gifts with and hang on the Christmas tree.
You can make this Red and White Pom Pom Mini Wreath Ornament in no time for little cost. There are minimal craft supplies and time involved in making one of these.
I had gotten a bunch of dollar store bulbs for another project that didn't work out. What should I do with them? Upcycle them into nicer ornaments!
Hopefully, you’ve found something to inspire you this holiday season! And don’t forget to check out the rest of the DIY Christmas ornaments here!
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