10 adorable Christmas ORNAMENTS to make

Yes, it's close, that Christmassy feel. Time to make some decorations, right? If you are looking for some inspiration, check out these cutest Christmas tree ornaments you can make this year!

Christmas tree decoartions ROUNDUP


Let's start from the beginning:

1. This felt Christmas tree ornament from this heart of mine is a lovely handmade decoration that would go perfectly with any color...

2.  Get an inspiration from these beautiful cupcake liner angels from Happy DIY (gedane.over-blog) A cute project to make together with your kids!

3. Trying to add some rustic glam to your tree? Try out this glitter twine ball ornament made by Lauren at The thinking closet!

4. All you need for this handmade angel made at Canary Street Crafts are a wooden peg, a piece of fabric and some twine. Easy to make and beautiful, a perfect combination.

5. These beautiful white homemade ornaments were made by Maija from Ukkonooa, using modelling dough from cornstarch and baking soda.

6. These gorgeous colorful scrap ribbon tree ornaments from Fireflies and Mud Pies are simple enough for kids to make! 

7. This cute Christmas tree ornament was made by Life After Laundry - you can sew a simple Christmas tree from fabrics of your choice. Check it out!

8. A cotton-ball pom pom garland, made by Amy from HomeRemedies requires basic materials only, it's budget-friendly, yet so beautiful and simple to make! And it can turn into a nice threading activity for kids...

9. And off course I can't stay away from my currently favorite Christmas tree ornaments I've made recently. Toddler-friendly, they can be used for kids play too! They are already being tossed around our home and rearranged and played with :)

10. And a sneak-peak: our Christmas tree cones. No link, no post. YET. I made them last year, just like that! The first few were made when I had some scrap materials on hand and half an hour to spare. Just a peek into what I intend to explain in detail some other time - but for now, just a photo :)

Oh, the list shouldn't end at 10, I know! But I too often end up doing nothing if there are too many adorable ideas. So quickly: grab one idea you loved most and get down to work! Cutting fabrics? Or felt? Or searching for scrap ribbons? Or for twine? Or - you choose! Which one is your favorite?

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  1. These are all so pretty, Damjana! Thanks for including our little rustic angel! Pinning!:)

    1. Damjana, I also wanted to invite you to a link party I host. It's called Your Turn To Shine and goes live every Thursday at 6am. I hope you have a great week!!


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