Saturday, November 19, 2016

Festive DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments

So many ornaments, so little time!  I really wanted to make each of these ornaments this season and time is just getting away from me.  I did want to share these with you, so that if you need an ornament for a special occasion, you would have a great list to choose from.

I did make dried orange slices two years ago and boy, they made the house smell delicious all through the season.  I combined them with a darling gingerbread tree and that got a lot of compliments!  Have you tried the cinnamon dough ornaments?  I made a bunch of cinnamon stars for the gingerbread tree and between the stars and oranges, it sure smelled fantastic!

Do you hang all your ornaments from trees?  My next investigation is going to be unique ways to display ornaments.  If you have an idea to contribute, leave me a message in the comments!



Polyfoam Tree Ornaments – by Craft Passion
Dried Citrus Ornaments – by a Beautiful Mess
Tissue Pom Pom Ornaments – by Lia Griffith
Wooden Spool Tree Ornaments – by Shaken Together Life
Rustic Twig Tree Ornament – by Funky Junk Interiors
Mini Tree Ornaments – by Cupcakes and Crinoline
Vintage Map Ornament – by Chic California
DIY Christmas Baubles – by Craft Ideas
Winter Hat Ornaments – by Landee See Landee Do
Plaid Ornaments – by Country Chic Cottage
Night Light Bulb Ornaments – by Modge Podge Rocks
Scented Beeswax Ornaments – by Soap Queen

19 comments:

  1. I just saw in a magazine that someone used a tomato cage ( upside down) to hang ornaments and they pushed the stakes at the top into a point so it looked like a Christmas tree. I may try that.

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  2. This is perfect timing! I just joined an ornament exchange and needed some ideas. Now I have to figure out which one I want to attempt!

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  3. These ornament ideas are so festive and creative. It's a great way to create memories and family traditions.

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  4. I have never made my own ornaments, but it sounds like it's time to start. I'm extremely interested in the dried oranges. I bet that did smell amazing.

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  5. Do share how are you planning to decorate your christmas tree! I am still thinking of what new things to try!

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  6. I will definitely need to try the dried oranges idea. As for cinnamon ornaments, I'm not sure I would be able to hang them. The would probably get eaten first.

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  7. There are so many cute ideas here! We particularly love the plaid tree, the thimble tree, and the lemon! We never could have thought of so many fun DIY ornaments.

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    1. I love seeing how different people make holiday ornaments. My daughters will love these.

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  8. These are so cute! I have been wanting to make some DIY ornaments for our tree, so I am saving this!

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  9. These are all really adorable! I'm feeling a little extra crafty this year, so I think I'm going to tackle a few of these ideas.

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  10. I am all about DIY ornaments and love your Pinterest roundup. So many wonderful ideas, I'm not sure where to start

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  11. All of these ornaments are adorable! I absolutely love that so many are kid-friendly.

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  12. These are all so adorable. I just love Christmas tree ornaments, and now I'm getting excited.

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  13. I am loving that spool ornament. That is very creative and something even I can do!

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  14. Omg so many cute ornaments!!!! I will have to make a few of these with my daughter!!!!! She will have a blast making them

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  15. We're off on vacation right now, but I can't wait to get home and make Christmas ornaments with my kids! We like making salt dough ones too!

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  16. These are darling! I love doing ornament exchanges this time of year and these would be perfect!

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  17. Wow, I love all those ornaments! Those are so much fun! I can't wait to decorate our tree.

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  18. I love all of these! I love the night bulb ones most, so cute. Love DIY stuff at Christmas and making it with the family.

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