5 Easy To Make Homemade Christmas Ornaments

I can’t believe there is only one week left until Christmas.  The Christmas tree is decorated, stockings are hung by the chimney, and presents are wrapped and under the tree.  While all of those things are done, there is still much to be done.  I need to plan our menu for Christmas Eve and Christmas day, send out our Christmas cards (I know, sooo last minute), and finish making teacher gifts.  So, what does all of this have to do with making ornaments?  I try every year to make each of Kate’s teachers an ornament to go along with their “bigger” gift.  Ornaments also make gifts for neighbors, hairdressers, mail carriers, or anyone special in your life.  Here are 5 super easy and inexpensive ornaments you can make in a pinch ;) …

Just click on any of the pictures below to be taken to the full tutorial.
Cinnamon Dough Ornaments
Glitter In Glass Ornaments
Snowman Glitter In Glass Ornament
Santa’s Belt Glitter In Glass Ornament
Pearls In A Glass Ornament
Need a little more Christmas inspiration?  I put all of my Christmas projects in one place…just click the More Christmas Projects and Decor button on my sidebar.
I also made a short video showing 3 easy and inexpensive teacher gifts you can make (in under 10 minutes).

Please excuse the odd look on my face…so weird how it just freezes you in the oddest moments :(



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  1. says

    Those are all fantastic Jessica!

  2. says

    I Love all of them but I think the one with the Pearls is my Favorite :) I Love Pearls!!

  3. says

    I love all of these :) I shared it all over. Great, do-able ideas. Perfect!!

  4. says

    What a cool idea to fill the glass ornament with a memorable football ticket! Love it! -Matt

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