Another 10 creative ideas for DIY tree ornaments

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 07:03
Another 10 creative ideas for DIY tree ornaments

In this article we continue with the beautiful DIY Christmas tree ornaments, here are 10 more creative designs. From alcohol filled glass balls to Lego Death stars, there is something cute and fun for everyone.

Milk pitcher ornament

Milk pitcher ornament

A little different this one - take a small milk pitcher, glass or porcelain works best, and fill it with pine or mistletoe twigs. Tie it with a ribbon and hang it on the Christmas tree.

Beautiful and fragrant

Beautiful and fragrant

Cinnamon is one of the main Christmas aromas. Bring this aroma to the Christmas tree - use cinnamon sticks decorated with ribbons. To make it extra special add some dried oranges, this combination will spread the Christmas spirit and take your tree to a whole new level.

Paper tree ornament

Paper tree ornament

Get some empty toilet paper rolls, leave one whole and the cut the other ones in smaller pieces. Paint them green and then paint some colorful ornaments. Arrange the pieces from biggest to smallest to create a Christmas tree shape, glue together and stick a piece of string at the top.

Mini bottles on the tree

Mini bottles on the tree

The original idea is adults-only: alcohol filled tiny bottles or screw top glass ornaments. You can do it your way - water with food coluring will work great too.

Button trees

Button trees

If you have a bunch of old buttons this is a good way to reuse them. String together 10-20 buttons in a shape of a pine tree. Combine the colors you like most.

Pine cone ornaments

Pine cone ornamentsPine cone ornaments

Collect and clean some pine cones. Leave them plain, tie a beautiful ribbon on top and string them on the Christmas tree or paint them in different colors, dip in glitter and stick small fluffy balls and small bells around each cone.

Rainbow sprinkles balls

Rainbow sprinkles ballsRainbow sprinkles balls

You will need a clear glass or plastic Christmas tree balls and some rainbow sprinkles for this one. Put some glue on the inside of the balls, then fill with sprinkles and move around until the inside is evenly coated. Alternatively, skip the glue and just fill the balls with sprinkles!

Lego decorations

Lego decorations

This will be your kid's favorite - let them build tree ornaments from Lego. Anything is possible with the small blocks - police cars, starships, houses and so on.

Message in a bottle

Message in a bottle

Prepare some handwritten wishes on small strips of paper. Put them in tiny glass bottles or transparent tree ornaments. The result will surprise you!

Wood slice photos

Wood slice photos

Print some lovely photos from the past year, cut into circles and glue each to a thin wood slice. Drill a hole for the ribbon and find a place on the Christmas tree for your memorable moments.