We are excited to share with you a great DIY ornament idea for kids. This one is a lot of fun. It gives kids a chance to get creative. In this post, we will be making some Christmas handmade ornaments that are easy and fun. They will make your Christmas tree look amazing!
Christmas Handmade Ornaments
Let me tell you what you need for these DIY Christmas ornament ideas!
- clear plastic ornament
- white filler (glistening paper, cotton or cut-up tissue paper)
- felt stickers (we used green glittery dots and stars)
- rat tail ribbon
Seekingtag Clear Fillable Ornaments Ball – Pack of 10 Individual 80mm OrnamentsWhite Crinkle Cut Paper Metallic Mix – 1/2 Lb White and Gold Gift Basket Filling Christmas Shredded Paper104 Felt Christmas Presents and Gingerbread Peel-and-Stick StickersOriginal Stationery Arts and Crafts Glitter Shake Jars, Extra Fine, 24 Multi color SetAleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue 8ozCrinkle Cut Paper Shred Filler (1/2 LB) for Gift Wrapping & Basket Filling
These Christmas DIY ornaments are the best because you can make so many and they are all different!
And if you want, instead of using glue to seal the ornaments, just use tiny pieces of tape to secure them shut and then open them up to make new ones every single year!
Wouldn’t that be an awesome tradition to start with your kids!
Easy DIY Ornaments
Basically, you open the ornaments and put a little bit of crinkle paper in them. Also, use some foam stickers and stick them together back to back so they don’t stick to the sides.
Throw them in! We use the green glittery stickers and the star stickers.
To make these creative handmade ornaments even more interesting, add some glitter! Use several colors to make it even more fun! We liked the gold glitter and then the bigger green glitter.
Once your kids have put in enough of what they want, they can close them up and seal them. Like I said, they can use clear glue or a small piece of tape, in case you wanted to reuse that ornament in the future.
Give the ornaments a good shake so the glitter sticks to the sides to give them a pretty glittery effect. Add the rat tail ribbon and attach it to the ornament to hang it up.
These handmade ornaments will make your home so special and beautiful! Click HERE for more DIY Christmas ornament ideas!
So, now that you have seen how to make the handmade ornaments, will you brave it out and try to make them with your kids?
Christmas Books for Kids
Boris and Stella and the Perfect GiftJesse Tree Ornaments: Advent Coloring Activities and Craft Projects for Kids with Bible Stories for the Jesse Tree SymbolsThe Forgotten Ornament: A Christmas StoryThe Opposite Ornament Sisters: A story about being prepared (What Really Matters)
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