This Christmas you have no excuse not to create your own unique tree with this list of beautiful handmade Christmas ornaments made by you and your loved ones. We've created the ultimate list of our favourite easy to make ornaments for your tree this year and to be continued by future generations to come.
Perfect for gifts to friends, loved ones or simply use them to spice up your Christmas wrapping ideas. We take Christmas very seriously and now you can too.
1. Hand Made Wire Ornaments
These star ornaments were something we'd never really seen before and we were really excited to share them with everyone that we knew! They aren't exactly easy to make, but you end up with a really beautiful ornament. And we loved that we could customise the colours so that everyone got something just a little bit different. Here's how it's done courtesy of alyssaandcarla.com.
2. Origami Star Christmas Ornament Set
These 5 pointed origami stars are easy to fold and make beautiful Christmas decorations. You can make them from magazines, scrapbook papers or sheet music, whatever you happen to have lying around. Here's a complete guide to how you make them courtesy of HomeMade-Gifts-Made-Easy.com.
3. The Simple Christmas Ball Ornament
The Christmas you must try out these ball ornaments, There's a different look, whether it's a traditional, rustic or contemporary holiday d√©cor. There are so many different eye catching ways in which you can use them and we have selected a few very beautiful DIY projects for you to try this year. Here's how it's done courtesy of homedit.com.
4. Book Page Christmas Ornaments
This is one of our favourites. Incorporating texture and typography into neutral decor is a winning combination. Neutrals are beautiful at Christmas time as they evoke a white Christmas‚ and using old sheet music for the Christmas trees or book pages make stunning Christmas ornaments. Here's how you make them, courtesy of maisondepax.porch.com.
5. Glittery Snowball Tutorial
This list wouldn't be complete without this lovely little project. With little more than some balloons and glitter, you can fill your home with decorative snowballs. Here's the tutorial curtesy of www.marthastewart.com.
6. Dried Fruit Christmas Ornaments
Back in the olden days people celebrated Christmas with greater simplicity, gifts and ornaments were generally handmade. Making your own homemade Christmas decorations is a great family tradition, it's inexpensive and easy to do. Here's the nest dried fruit ornament tutorial curtesy of sharonglasgow.com.
7. Doily Print Clay Dough Ornaments
Ok, another little gem, these ornaments with doily imprints on them are so pretty! Everyone will be so impressed and will think that you spent hours working on these, when in reality, they are super simple to make and take no time at all. To make these you will need one batch of Bright White Clay Dough. The recipe and directions can be found here courtesy of dishfunctionaldesigns.
8. Cinnamon Applesauce Heart Ornaments
When you were a child, did you ever make simple heart ornaments for your Christmas tree? Yes‚ but did you ever make them out of cinnamon and applesauce? No, well then this is for you. It's very kid-friendly and it's so much fun for all ages. We've found this great tutorial courtesy of www.katyelliott.com.
9. DIY Geometric Ornaments
Something a little different here. The great benefit with these beautiful geometric ornaments is that you can personalise them with whatever colours and patterns match your room. another great benefit to these is they can be duplicated over and over. Enough said, pop over to the tutorial here curtesy of u-createcrafts.com.
10. Hot Cocoa Mix Ornaments
These Hot Cocoa Mix Ornaments are so easy to make, everyone on your Christmas list can have one! There are also so many different combinations based around the hot cocoa but you can be as creative as you want and you can even make your own mix. A very tasty little pressie. Pop over here and get some inspiration curtesy of bubblynaturecreations.com.