Make easy wine cork planter ornaments using artificial flowers or plants—they're also a really cute stocking stuffer idea!
"I make these every year for Christmas and give them as gifts and they are a huge hit."
"I’ve fallen in love with the boho macrame trend and these ornaments are perfect to add that extra boho touch to your tree this year!"
These are a very easy craft. They don't take a lot of time or money, either! They are definitely something you can do with the kids, too!
Those miniature jello molds aren't just for jello. You can make all kinds of cute decor with them.
If you have a junk drawer you have what you need to make snowmen ornaments. These little guys are made out of checkers, poker chips, ball jar lids and rings, and evenSee more
This ornament is so much fun to make and easy too. You can personalize them to match any tree or decor and they also make fun summertime gifts for family reunions at theSee more
The Dazzling Metallics from DecoArt are perfect for the jewel tones and elevate these ornaments to next level status.
Gnomes continues to be quite popular and trendy this holiday season! So I've jumped on the band wagon to create my own using plaid slippers from the Dollar Tree!
Vintage Christmas ornaments are hard to find and pricey—so why not make your own?!
This adorable felt ornament will add a fun bit of whimsy to your Christmas tree and you can sew it up in no time at all. You can even make this a totally no sew craft ifSee more
They are easy to make, and it's a fun one to do with the kids!
Make 36 ornaments and spend less than $12 dollars!
Easy enough for kids to make yet pretty enough for adults to admire.
This candy cane ornament is easy to make and looks lovely on a tree.
These simple to make angel ornaments are a whimsical, rustic craft nearly anyone can make. This is a very fast craft that can be customized to match your holiday decor.
They look beautiful on the tree and the white lights shine through the amber glass making a beautiful glow.
They are easy enough for kids to make, so this could be a great family craft night!
You don't have to write lyrics on the scrolls, you can do a "Naughty or Nice" list or anything else Christmas-sy.
Combine these heavenly beings with a bit of burlap and you have yourself a joyful & beautiful reminder of our reason for celebrating.
Recycle plastic 16 oz. pop bottles into Christmas Ornaments.
Decorate them in whatever ways strike your fancy!
They are very simple to make: besides concrete, you will need big plastic bottle caps, dowels, scissors, pliers and paint.