Do your kids love making Christmas ornaments? Mine do too!
We try to make Christmas ornaments every year as part of our annual Christmas traditions. It’s such a fun time of creativity for all of us, and the ornaments turn out to be a wonderful Christmas keepsake!
We try to make this annual kid Christmas ornament crafting time as stress-free as possible (because, let’s face it, none of us need more holiday stress)!
That’s I wanted to share with you 7 easy Christmas ornament designs that we’ve made in the past!
These designs are:
- inexpensive (always a good thing!);
- easy to make;
- won’t shatter;
- and are made from everyday items you may already have around the house (if not, I have included Amazon links to where you can find them)
Check out each of these 7 ornament designs! This post has pictures and instructions for each one!
- Glitter Word Ornament
- Sparkly Snowflakes Ornament
- Nature’s Display Globe Ornament
- Chalkboard Ornament
- Antiqued Tear Drop Ornament
- Sparkly Swirls Tear Drop Ornament
- Lightbulb Swirl Ornament
You can click on each ornament above to go directly to the instructions, or just click “next” at the bottom of each page and you can scroll through each one!
P.S. Want Christmas ornaments that are super simple, mess-free and share about God’s love?
You’ve got to check out the Kids Ornaments to Color printables in the Christ-Centered Christmas Family Traditions System! The adorable angel ornament to the right is only one of the four designs (each in three sizes) found in this awesome system!
Not only are these ornaments adorably designed, each contains a special Christmas saying (the angel says, “O Come Let Us Adore Him”). Kids love coloring these, cutting them out and then hanging them on mini Christmas trees!
This 143-piece system contains everything your family needs to create God-honoring traditions and family activities that share the true spirit of Christmas!
The possibilities really are endless with these Christmas ornament ideas! Let your creativity flow and have fun!
Ready for the first one? This Glitter Word Ornament is honestly my kids’ favorite of the bunch!