I always love adding a touch of DIY to our Christmas tree each year. This year, however, I almost didn’t make it—something about being 8.5 months pregnant kind of wipes you out! 😛 However, I came up with the most easy DIY Christmas tree ornaments of all time. Seriously, this is a craft ANYONE could do in 5 minutes or less. Holla!
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Supplies I used for this project:
- clear glass ornaments (you could also use plastic ornaments if you prefer)
- miscellaneous greenary
- wire cutters to cut greenery down to size
- ornament hangers
I was working on my easy DIY christmas wreath (another ridiculously easy Christmas DIY that anyone could knock out in 5 minutes!) and had a bunch of leftover greenery and some faux snow lying around. So, I shoved some pieces into clear glass ornaments I had, and viola! A crazy easy DIY Christmas tree ornament that actually looks really classy and rustic. I think these could also be great for gift toppers with a ribbon.
See? Didn’t I promise this would be a craft project easy enough for ANYONE to do? 🙂
What traditions do you all have when it comes to Christmas tree decorating, or even just Christmas? Since we’ll have a baby by Christmas, I’d love to start implementing some ideas! 🙂
Such a simple but classic idea!!! I can just imagine them covering a whole tree
Love these!!! So minimalist and timeless!
Run to Radiance
Thank you, Volta!
Is the greenery faux? Just wondering if it’s something that would turn brown and crumbly or look fresh for the next year… Because how would you ever get it back OUT of the Christmas ornaments?
Run to Radiance
Hi Patricia! Yes, these are all faux—I picked up them all up at a craft store for under $1 a piece!