Believe it or not it’s time to start thinking about the holidays. Whether you put up your tree now, after Thanksgiving, or at the beginning of December, every tree needs unique ornaments! Like most kids growing up, making handmade ornaments for the tree was a must! This year instead of decorating a basic bulb, we have upped the ante for the holidays and have come up with some unconventional yet stylish homemade ornament ideas.
This December we will be sharing an ornament craft every day to help inspire you as you make ornaments for your tree. Craft your way through December with help from Plaid! Today, we want to highlight our top 10 favorite ornament crafts as a preview to our ornaments series in December. Let us help you take the stress out of the holidays by crafting one of these ornament ideas with your family.
Your inner botanist will grow with joy over this twine and painted clay pot ornaments.
Turn those old wooden spoons into something new with a coat of paint and some ornament hooks.
Drift wood DIYs are so trendy right now and so easy to make. What better way to use drift wood than to make an ornament!
Your sweet tooth will take over when you start to make these delicious looking ice cream ornaments.
Give your tree a Nordic-sweater-look with these stylishly designed wooden rounds.
For all the pet lovers out there, here is an ornament craft for you!
Use the lids of Mason Jars to create shadowbox-like ornaments.
Take an old quilting hoop and put your own spin on the design. We pressed leaves in paint and stamped them for a unique forest theme.
Create a beautiful wood-burned ornament with our wood burning tool! The design is up to you!
Add a frosty, whimsical touch to your holiday decor this year for a winter ambiance your whole family will love.
Stay tuned in December for an ornament craft every day leading up to Christmas. You don’t want to miss all the great handmade ornaments we have coming your way.
How do you decorate your tree? And how early do you put up your tree?
Tag us in your homemade ornaments using #PlaidCrafts for a chance to be featured on our social channels.