Christmas ornaments aren’t just a fun craft to do with the kids, but they are also great keepsakes to cherish for years to come. Every year that I open up our box of ornaments, I see the ones that I made as a child. Each one tells a story and reminds me of the year I made it. With each year you can see how my crafting skills improved and my expertise improved as a I got older. It’s what I love about crafts. They are perfect for all ages and imperfections are just our creative differences.
Hop on over to Ucreate to get the full tutorial on how to make these adorable Owl Christmas Tree Ornaments.
Ornaments aren’t just for Christmas. You can use ornaments year-round to decorate your home for each season, or holiday. And even if you think that ornaments are only for Christmas, that doesn’t mean that you can’t make ornaments all year. Make a batch with the kids and put them away until Christmas when you can put them on your tree, or give them away as gifts.
This ornament tutorial shows you how to make Christmas ornaments using pages from an old book. Add some food coloring to the mod podge and you can create colorful ornaments for any season. And if you don’t want to use an old book, you could use a magazine, comic book, newspaper or greeting card for this decoupage project.
DIY Christmas Ornaments
Find out how to turn old book pages into beautiful holiday ornaments! Jessie Jane of Lilyshop (http://www.lilyshop.com) shares a great idea for re-purposing …