The Christmas holiday season is definitely a time filled with gatherings of family and friends.
To keep the crowd entertained and to get everyone into the holiday spirit, why not let your guests and family make handmade Christmas ornaments that will last for years to come. Here are 25 different homemade ornaments to chose from starting with my DIY Candy Cane Glitter Ornament.
Start with a porcelain or clay blank ornament from a hobby store. These ornaments come in all shapes and sizes. The blank canvas allows you and the family to customize however you like. The possibilities are endless. You can even let one person do one side and another the other for some neat variety.
In my case, I simply made some glue dots down the candy cane and sprinkled multi colored glitter over and gently shook off the excess.
The end product is a simple ornament that will catch the lights on the tree.
Check out these Ombre Glitter Christmas Ornaments from Old Lightbulbs by Evelyn at My Turn for Us.
Speaking of beautifully shiny, be sure to take a look at this Glitter Heart Ornament from Karin at Heart.Love.Always.
Make a feast for the eyes and senses with a DIY Peppermint Star Christmas Ornament from Dwan and Momma DJane.
Speaking of ornaments that appeal to the senses and capture the true meaning of the season, try out this Cinnamon Stick Nativity Ornament from Jamie at Coffee With Us 3.
Can’t get enough of that Cinnamon smell? Try out these Cinnamon Christmas Ornaments from Carrie at Carrie This Home.
Upcycle with this DIY Book Page Christmas Ornament from Christine at One Tipsy Chick.
Have a important life milestone that you want to remember for years to come? Take a look at the Easy DIY Graduation Tassel Ornament from Mary at Mission: To Save.
Or the Scrapbook Ornament from Whitney from Beauty in the Mess.
Add some jolly to the tree with this Crochet Santa Ornament from Amy at The Stitchin’ Mommy.
Speaking of crafty, how about this Crocheted Christmas Mitten Ornament from Marlys at This and That.
Or these Snowflake Christmas Ornaments (Crochet) by Lynda at Homelea Lass.
Be sure and get the kids involved with this DIY Simple Ornament (Kids Craft) from Emily at Nap Time Creations.
Add some sparkle to the tree with these DIY Sparkling Pinecone Ornaments from Tamara at Provident Home Design.
Or this Easy Beaded Christmas Tree Ornament from Kallee Anne at Creative Southern Home.
You have got to check out these DIY Painted Dipped Ornaments from Lindsey at Everyday Originals.
Speaking of beauty for your tree, try out these Hand Painted Snowflake Ornaments by Kimm at Reinvented.
Have lot of fun putting together these Homemade Christmas Rag Quilt Wreaths from Melissa at Melissa K. Norris
The whole family will enjoy these Homemade S’More Ornaments among the other kid-friendly ornaments from Michelle at Fun On a Dime.
Any teacher is sure to love this Homemade Teacher’s Ornament from Bethany at The Glamorous Housewife.
Got a friend or family member that loves venture to new places? The Tannebaum Traveler: Vintage-Style Luggage Ornaments from Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods.
How about these Easy Popcorn Ornaments by Carisa at Messes to Memories? Pick up some DIY Adevent Calendar tips while you are here too.
These Pipe Cleaner Borax Crystal Ornaments are a unique twist on ornaments and fun to put together from Angi at Schneider Peeps.
This DIY Rustic Lace Ornament from Elise at the Frugal Farm Wife is sure to be a showstopper on your tree.
And last, but certainly not least, end your ornament making on a sweet note with this Peppermint Christmas Ornament from Jackie at Jackie Beck.
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