DIY Roundup: Create Your Own Ornaments

By  December 10, 2012

Not only are those homemade ornaments on the Christmas tree a touch more special than the rest, the time spent to create them makes for a beautiful holiday memory. Round up the troops (your roommates? the kids? the SO?) and get crafting on these royal ornament ideas to make your fir a little more noble this season.
What’s great about these beautiful ornament wreath suggestions is that they don’t necessarily have to hang on the tree. A larger model can be placed anywhere in the house or on the front door for a decorative entrance. We think the jeweled fruit option makes for an elegant and unique gift. [Madigan Made]

This glittery Santa Claus ball ornament is a silly one, but the end result looks so store bought it can be your go to gift for the hostess of your next holiday party. [Parent Pretty]
This next craft can’t be any simpler. Using just paper, craft punches, book pages, a clear plastic ornament and ribbon, the project is easy, fun, and makes for a final product that’s sure to be a Christmas conversation topic. [Amother World]
Duct tape + craft jewels= the most unique ornament on any tree west of the Mississippi. [Taking Time For Mommy]
Speaking of jewels, every tree needs a bit of sparkle. These rhinestone embellished metal lid ornaments are just the thing to make that evergreen shine. [Madigan Made]
“The World’s Easiest Snowflake Ornament” features lace and ribbon cuties for a gorgeous interpretation of grandma’s decor. [Aunt Peaches]