DIY Christmas Ornaments Ideas – 32 Easy Elegant Ornaments from Pinterest

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Are you looking for some great DIY Christmas ornaments ideas? I’ve got here an awesome collection of 32 easy yet elegant DIY Xmas ornaments found on different blogs and on Pinterest.

32. DIY Wood Slice Christmas Ornaments

I love rustic decor and today I am sharing a quick post on some DIY wood slice Christmas ornaments I recently made. These would also make for great gifts!

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31. Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments

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30. DIY Glitter Christmas Ornaments

These pretty ornaments are super simple to make. The kids can even join in on the fun.

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29. Gorgeous Frosty Pinecone Craft

This frosty pinecone craft, although based on a classic, has a clever little twist that really gives its frosty appearance a special edge! These pinecones are super frosty, super sparkly and super fun for little hands to make!

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28. DIY Mini Snow Globe Ornament

DIY mini snow globe ornament. Learn how to make a mini snow globe ornament for your Christmas tree.

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27. DIY Popsicle Stick Ornaments – Plus a Tree Topper Too!

Popsicle stick ornament crafts are a time-honored tradition for kids! I know my mom and dad still have several that I made when I was little, and they have a spot on the tree even after all these years. Because even the simplest ornament can be a treasure when it’s homemade, don’t you think?

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26. DIY Rustic Macramé Christmas Ornament

If you are into crafting and especially handmade decorative items for your home, I am sure that my photos will be self-explanatory, but just in case I provided a DIY tutorial. The materials and tools necessary for this Christmas ornament are anything but fancy because you only need red Christmas ornaments.

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25. Cheap Homemade Advent Calendars – 7 Ideas with Toilet Paper Rolls

Instead of just tossing those empty toilet paper rolls into the trash, we can repurpose them as creative crafts for toddlers and preschoolers or use them as Christmas home decoration.

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24. DIY Vintage Dictionary Flowers

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23. Toilet Roll Reindeer Ornament for Kids to Make

Reindeer crafts are adorable but these Toilet Roll Reindeer ornaments might be the cutest ones ever. Gather up some empty cardboard rolls, and have the kids make a bunch to hang on the Christmas tree.

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22. Cinnamon Applesauce Heart Ornaments

Made of cinnamon and applesauce this craft is kid-friendly and fun for all ages.

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21. Computers Memory Recycled For Christmas

A perfect simple gift, for all the tech geeks I know and work that will be brought out again, year after year to hang on the tree. Memories, of the Holiday’s, a time in life where technology seems to be outdated so quickly and saved them from being sent overseas to be destroyed.

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20. Holiday DIY: Simple Filled and Painted Ornaments Tutorial

You can fill glass ball ornaments with yarn, twine, feathers, fake snow, pine needles, and random craft supplies. You can also fill them with paint! It’s so easy to do. All you need is a clear ornament and your favorite acrylic paint.I’m really loving Martha Stewart’s paint line. It is full of so many gorgeous colors and shades.

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19. How to Make a Scrap Ribbon Christmas Tree Ornament

Crafters of all ages will enjoy making a primitive scrap ribbon Christmas tree ornament to gift or keep this holiday season. In this post, learn how to use shades of green and brown scrap ribbon to emulate the welcoming branches of a Christmas tree.

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18. Mini Deer Pallet Ornament

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17. Crochet Stars – Free Ornament Pattern

These simple Christmas crochet stars are a free pattern that makes a fun and easy holiday project! Use them as ornaments on your tree or as decorations and appliques any time of year.

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16. Make a Woven Star from Vintage Book Pages, Part Two

The woven star is a very old traditional pattern that goes by many names.

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15. Roller Paper Ornaments

These bright rolled paper ornaments are substantially simpler and make for a whimsical handmade addition to your tree.

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14. Bottle Cap Snowman Ornaments

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13. DIY Vintage Inspired Bell Jar Ornaments

These little ornaments are easy to make! So much fun making them, I went back and bought more wine glasses to make more!

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12. Let it snow – Snowflake Tutorial

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11. Snow Owl Ornaments

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10. Paper Ornaments for the Family Traditions Tree

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9. Easy Decoupage Santa’s Sleigh Map Ornament

I love this adorable homemade Christmas Ornament. This glass ornament is made with mod podge and a map. It’s a perfect project to add to your Merry Crafty Christmas this year! Trust me, it is easier than it looks.

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8. DIY Indigo Marbled Ornaments

They look so beautiful on the tree.

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7. How To Make Seashells Ornaments for Christmas

Have you ever collected a ton of seashells and you didn’t know what to do with them? We’ve turned shells into this handmade Christmas Seashell Ornament and a seashell wreath.

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6. Felt Christmas Bear Ornament

This adorable little felt bear wearing his red scarf. This little bear is so easy to make.

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5. DIY Button Garland for the Christmas Tree

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4. Cinnamon Stick Christmas Ornaments

Easy to make Cinnamon Stick Christmas Ornaments are a perfect little gift to give to the neighbors or to cover your tree with!

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3. DIY Ninja Turtle Ornaments

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2. Two DIY Grinch Christmas Ornaments

Growing up, my favorite Christmas cartoon was always Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. When the movie with Jim Carrey was released, I fell in love! If that yellow-eyed fuzzy green Grinch is one of your favorite holiday icons, too, then you are going to love these two adorable DIY Grinch Christmas ornaments!

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1. Wood Slice String Art Ornament

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