Are you ready for 20 DIY Christmas ornaments? My blogging friends and I are sharing festive ornaments to make for your tree. All the links are at the end of this post but first, let me share how to make my Vintage Santa Ornaments! (This post contains affiliate links.)
I found the vintage Santa illustrations at The Graphics Fairy and cropped them into circles for ornaments. They’re hanging on my small flocked tree in the family room.
Download the circle Santa prints and cut them out. There are a total of 8 vintage Santa prints. Each one has personality and loads of details.
Use Mod Podge or a similar glue to adhere the prints onto 3-inch wooden circles you can find at your local craft store.
Cut a piece of twine or thin ribbon long enough to make a loop and a little bow.
Use a hot glue gun to fasten the twine loop onto the top of the ornament. Be careful not to burn your fingers!
Finally, have fun hanging your new vintage Santa ornaments onto your tree!
I love all things vintage when it comes to Christmas decor.
My vintage Santa ornaments have an Old World feel about them that I find so endearing.
If you’re not a fan of Santa Claus, you can still create these ornaments with any 3-inch circular Christmas print.
To make your own vintage Santa ornaments, download the printable file here.
For more Christmas ornament tutorials, visit my blogging friends below!
The Happy Housie // The Turquoise Home // Lolly Jane // tatertots and jello // Clean and Scentsible
Place of My Taste // The DIY Mommy // Tauni Everett // Life is a Party // Taryn Whiteaker
Home Made Lovely // Town and Country Living // Sincerely, Marie Designs // Grace Gathered Home // Deeply Southern Home
Finding Silver Pennies // Heathered Nest // Jenna Kate at Home // All Things With Purpose