About 5 weeks remain until Christmas which means there is still time to make handmade Christmas ornaments for your tree or to give as gifts. Today I’m sharing a round-up of ornaments that you can make by yourself or with your children. Some of the DIY ornaments are mine, and some are the beautiful creations of my blogging friends.
I hope you find a few you’d like to make yourself! I’ve got a couple on my to-do list!
Adorable Cookie Cutter Ornaments with jingle bells from Shannon at AKA Design. So cute and so easy to do!
Another cute Cookie Cutter Ornament by Sarah at Must Have Mom.
I love paper ornaments of any kind. I think it’s because it takes me back to childhood days of creating paper Christmas chains at school. These pretty paper ornaments are by Dinah at DIY Inspired.
I recently made Origami Glitter Stars using script scrapbook paper. I’m anxious to hang these on the tree.
My friend Lucy at Craftberry Bush had a great idea to make Scented Christmas Ornaments. These would especially be great on a faux tree that doesn’t have that wonderful pine smell!
DIY globe ornaments are all the rage and I love this simple Glitter Believe Globe Ornament from Jeanie at Create and Babble. It’s charming and elegant!
Dinah at DIY Inspired made these pretty Woodland Glass Ornaments. You could use these ornaments at other times of the year too.
I made my own Snow Globe Ornaments this year. These are so easy to make and I love how they turned out!
My friend Alice at Thoughts from Alice put a unique twist on handmade Christmas ornaments with her Rustic Twig Feather Arrows. She’s such an amazing artist!
Alice also made these Bohemian Feather Ornaments using bits of jewelry and feathers.
My Bleached and Glittered Pine Cone Ornaments would look both rustic and glam on your Christmas tree this year!
I just adore these sweet Embroidery Hoop Ornaments crafted by my friend Shannon at AKA Design. I love the neutral colors she chose for this project.
And finally, we’ll wrap it up with a whimsical Snowball Ornament by Carissa from Creative Green Living. Kids would love to make this one, I’m sure!
Did you find any handmade Christmas ornaments from this list of 13 that you think you’ll make this year?