Wood Finial Ornaments

2 Materials
$2
1 Hour
Easy

When you look at this wood finial, what do you see? I see a Christmas ornament, and these were so easy to make! Let me show you how I did it.

I used inexpensive wood finials and a variety of wood beads to create a totally custom Christmas ornament.

The first step was removing the screw from the finial. Next, I glued the large wood bead (with flat end) to the top, and a small wood bead to the bottom to create a drop finial shape. But that's not all...

Next, I painted the ornaments with 2 coats of paint, I chose a light seafoam green color to match my green and gold tree. You can use any paint you have on hand!

The next step was to create a hanger for the top of the ornament. I painted some small wood beads with this gold paint, glued them together, and hot glued a small eye hook into the hold on the top bead. The whole piece was glued to the tops of my DIY ornaments.


As you can see, I also added a few embellishments with the gold paint.

Didn't they turn out great? I'm loving these easy wood finial ornaments on my Christmas tree.

For the complete tutorial, with all the links to the products I used, please click on my blog post linked below.

Suggested materials:

  • Wood finial   (Lowes)
  • Wood beads   (Amazon)

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  • Lorraine Lorraine on Nov 25, 2021

    I love these. I paint ornaments and I’d like to paint free hand and I think some tiny birds or flowers would make these even more vintage looking! Thank you

  • Shelli Shelli on Nov 26, 2021

    Love these. I have saved a few carved finials thru the years. Now I know what to do!

    Merry Christmas 🎄 from Texas

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