Decorate your Christmas tree with these adorable DIY Christmas ornaments that will make your tree look better than ever before. They are cheap and easy to make and are guaranteed to impress friends and family alike.
Decorating the Christmas tree in early December is one of the best times of the year. It marks the beginning of the holiday season and adds a special feeling of warmth and coziness to your home. Ever since I was a child, I loved to decorate the tree with beautiful glass ornaments. In our family, most ornaments in our tree had a special meaning. We all had our own ornament and there were plenty of homemade DIY Christmas ornaments hanging from our tree as well. Now, after I’ve grown older, it is these home-made Christmas ornaments and other DIY winter home decorations that mean the most to me.
Personally, I love to make DIY Christmas ornaments. They look cute, sure, but this is not the main reason. The true reason why I love DIY Christmas ornaments is the fact that they have a special meaning. Instead of the regular ones you buy in the shop, these homemade ornaments add a special and personal touch to your Christmas decor. Added to that, they also simply are fun to make as they treat you to a fun-filled afternoon to spend with your kids or friends. Below, LANGRIA has listed down our top 5 DIY Christmas ornaments that we’re sure you’ll love.
DIY Frozen Snowflake Ornaments
When I think about winter and Christmas, one of the first things that come to mind is snow. I have always loved the snow. It’s white, soft, and looks gorgeous. Having a white Christmas truly is one of the best gifts to me. The fact that I love snow so much can also be seen back in the following DIY Christmas ornaments. These cute ‘’Frozen’’ inspired snowflakes look truly adorable and they add a special and colorful touch to your Christmas tree. If you love snow just as much as I do, or if you have a daughter who loves the movie Frozen, these snowflake Christmas ornaments are perfect for you.
To make these snowflake Christmas ornaments all you need are some standard items that you, most likely, have laying around in your house already. You’ll need some mini craft sticks, blue glitter, craft glue, white paint, and a pretty ribbon. Once you have gathered your supplies, making the actual ornaments is relatively simple. Simply paint 4 mini craft sticks white and glue them together in the shape of a snowflake. Once the paint is dry, add the blue glitter and ribbon, and you’ll be all set. That’s how easy it is!
DIY Peppermint Candy Ornaments
The following DIY Christmas ornament is guaranteed to be loved by your kids, husband, and any other family member. These cute homemade peppermint candy ornaments do not only look good, but they also are very tasty! When I was a child, I remember how exciting it was to eat the cookies from the Christmas tree. With these DIY tree ornaments, that experience will be even better. After all, nothing is better than a homemade snack.
Making these DIY Christmas ornament candies couldn’t be any easier. You only need a bag of peppermint candies, metal cookie cutters, parchment paper, non-stick cooking spray, a toothpick, and a ribbon. For a full step-by-step guide on what to do next, please check out this detailed tutorial with pictures from hello-homebody.
DIY Electric Tea Light Snowman
The third DIY Christmas ornament on our list is extremely simple yet, in my opinion, one of the cutest ones. These electric tea light snowman figures are guaranteed to spice up your Christmas tree in style. Not only do they look absolutely adorable, but they also provide you with some nice light in the darkness.
If you wish to make these cute tea light snowman ornaments, you’ll need to gather the following items: an electric tea light, black marker, glue, red ribbon, and a miniature top hat. This miniature top hat can either be from an old toy or, if you don’t have one laying around, you can make one yourself from cardboard or bottle caps. The first thing you’ll have to do is grab your electric tea light and use your black marker to draw on eyes and a mouth. Now, glue on the top hat, attach the ribbon, and your DIY snowman Christmas ornament is ready to be used. Simple, cheap, and extremely cute!
DIY Lightbulb Ornaments
Christmas is a traditional holiday, but this does not mean that we can’t add a bit of a modern touch. Personally, I love these modern-looking DIY Christmas ornaments made from old light bulbs. To me, they represent the light and warmth of the holiday season. At the same time, they add a cool and industrial look to our otherwise oh-so-traditional Christmas decor. And the best part of it all, they are not even that difficult to make!
First things first; the needed materials. To make these DIY light bulb ornaments you’ll need quite a list of items. Luckily, most of them are not too difficult to find. Things you’ll need are regular indoor light bulbs, colored craft paint, colored pipe cleaners, ribbon, paint brush, hot glue gun, small jingle bells, and a red foam ball. Naturally, you can decorate your light bulbs in any way you wish. For a tutorial on how to make the three cute DIY light bulb Christmas ornaments shown on the picture above, please check out this step-by-step guide by pgeveryday.
DIY Snowman Christmas Ornaments
Saving the best for last, these DIY snowman Christmas ornaments are absolutely adorable. Sure, they take a bit more time and skill to make, but the end result makes it totally worth it. This DIY Christmas craft idea forms a great activity to keep yourself and your kids busy for a fun-filled afternoon. Once ready, they are guaranteed to be the centerpiece if this years’ Christmas tree.
To make these cute ornaments for yourself, you’ll need a transparent Christmas ornament, medium-sized foam balls, fake snow, thick black paper, colorful fabric, black and orange pens, a glue gun and scissors. On how to put them together, please check out this picture-guide by megduerksen. Making these little beauties are guaranteed to keep your kids busy for an afternoon and once ready, they will make your Christmas tree look better than ever before.