4 DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments
These easy projects will keep you busy during the holidays
You can make Christmas more memorable this year by displaying decor pieces and trinkets that you crafted on your own. Working on a couple of simple projects can help you de-stress as well as save on cash!
Aside from recycling newspapers, you can also work with scraps of fabric. Here are four ideas that will surely liven up your home:
Main photo from Little Things Bring Smiles.
Snowman bottle caps
Who wouldn't love the character Olaf from Frozen? Create your own version of the bubbly snowman by recycling old bottle caps. Paint them in white and use hot glue to combine two or three pieces of caps. Use ribbons and buttons to add a face and hang the piece.
Photo from One Artsy Mama.
Do you love sweet treats like s'mores? You can create cute s'mores and use it as decor! To work on this project, you would need a cardboard, a foam, some felt, and a glue gun, to name a few.
Photo from Enjoying the Small Things.
Gather a few twigs and branches from your garden and turn these into rustic decor. Aside from hanging them on your tree, you can work on a few larger ones that can be used as wall accents. Aside from the twigs, you can also prepare ribbons, twine, and felt to complete this project.
Photo from Little Things Bring Smiles.
If you have tons of newspapers and old magazines at home, here's an easy way to reuse them (aside from bringing them to the nearest junk shop). Wrap old Christmas balls with a few pages before hanging them at home. If the finished projects are too plain for you, you can liven it up with glitters or colorful markers.
Photo from In the Fun Lane.
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