There’s nothing like homemade Christmas ornaments to brighten up your holiday decor.
Making your own ornaments not only saves money, it creates priceless memories. Whether you go super simple (i.e. paper chains and strings of popcorn), or get a little more crafty, you’ll enjoy your creations more than any Christmas ornament you can buy in a store.
I’ve pulled together some simple homemade Christmas ornament ideas for you from around the web. Go be inspired!
Homemade Christmas Ornament Ideas
Melted Snowman Ornament at Occasionally Crafty. A super-cute snowman ornament that’s easy to create.
Quick No-Sew Burlap Ornaments at Grocery Shop for Free. No sewing? Now that’s my kind of project!
Fingerprint Ornaments at Save Green Being Green. An adorably way to preserve the memory of your child’s amazing little hands.
Easy Angry Birds Ornaments from Northern Cheapskate. Inexpensive ornaments to make for your favorite gaming fan.
Cute As a Button Ornament at Stockpiling Moms. A perfect craft for kids to make as a gift. It would also be fun for a pet owner, too!
Wine (or Beer!) Cork Rudolph Ornament Tutorial at Frugal Foodie Mama. I love it when you can turn trash into treasure and this little Rudolph ornament is a lot of fun.
Felt Gingerbread Christmas Ornaments at Do Small Things With Love.
Christmas Ornament Candy Cane Cozy at Food ‘N Service. A fun way to dress up those tasty holiday treats. Great for when you want to send a little treat (and a memory!) home with guests).
Washi Tape Nativity Ornament at Second Chance to Dream. Remember the reason for the season with this simple, yet elegant, Christmas ornament.
Burned Wood Christmas Ornaments at Uncommon Designs. Bring a little nature indoors with these beautiful handcrafterd ornaments. The possibilities for personalization are endless!
Christmas Tree Ornaments with Gingerbread M&Ms at Summer Scraps. So cute and tasty! These are fun little ornaments to make!
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About Christina Brown
Christina is a wife and mother dedicated to figuring out how to live a simpler, happier life on a budget.