We have been stuck on Christmas ornaments sold in shops and limit ourselves from trying new things. You know, good thing about trying things on yourself is you have a room to adjust decors to you preferences, maybe to match your house theme, color and so on. It builds up your creative skills and makes you feel good about yourself for being able to create your own ideas and polish them how you want them to be.
Here is a list of Christmas ornaments, log sliced ones, snowmen, Santa, and all; you name it. Most of them involve wood so you’ll need enough stock for that. But don’t even stress about since during winter, people trim their trees and you can benefit from the logs falling down. There is so much you can do with them and I am here to show you. They are more of projects which kids would have fun participating with you. It is a family bonding bonus and memory making for the lifetime. Keep scrolling and you can thank me later.
Faith Log Slices
What you believe is what you’ll achieve. And belief comes from seeing or hearing, so plant a seed of faith with these sliced logs. You can have a theme each Christmas and keep the memory.
DIY Sock Snowman
I have bunch of single sock which I have no idea where their pairs are! Sometimes I’d wear them like that even if they are not matching. But thanks to DIY; now I know what I can do with them, especially now during Christmas. Do you wanna build a snowman with me?
Sliced Wood Christmas Ornaments
It is simple and adorable. You just need paint and log slices. You can offer it to your beloved ones as gifts and nothing feels better than someone’s time and energy invested in a thoughtful handmade gift.
I love fingerprints because they are one thing that can differentiate you from everyone in the world. It is our identity and no one can fake or steal it from you. It is this phenomenon that makes this ornament special. Put a fingerprint on it and bring the Christmas on!
Wooden Slice & Pebbles
Display this cute art on your tables along other decors. Combine pebbles, paint and driftwood on sliced logs like this. Wood for winter is perfect.
Crescent Moon Decor
Here is to the space lovers. If you are obsessed with everything in the sky like moon, stars, sun, this is for you. Get some tiny logs and slices them. Make sure the logs are of different sizes so you may attain this view and be able to fix little spaces between the big slices.
As I am typing now, a woman approached me and said this photo attracted her to come and see it closely because she loves anything to do with owl. The combination of a huge sliced log, lids and cutlery made this owl look so real. You don’t need glasses to identify it. If you love owls too, maybe it is time craft your own owl chilling on the tree branch.
Sheet Music Christmas Ornaments
Music is a universal language and this is why we also have carols for Christmas. Sheet music can make a wonderful ornament for your Christmas. You can hang them on a Christmas tree or display them on a package top.
Iced Cinnamon Ornament
Going for a earthly scented cinnamon ornaments for your huge Christmas Tree by the house corner. Cut them huge so are noticed and in any shapes you think can work for Christmas theme.
I have seen variety of snowflakes but most of them are stickers. Did you ever think clothespin could make snowflakes too? Well, now you know. Collect all the broken pieces and bring the rustic touch around the house.
Family Photo Ornaments
Cherish the people around you for you will never know what the future is holding, appreciate them, make memories, touch their hearts and build bonds that will last forever. These beautiful personalized ornaments can help you do one of those things.
Paper Towel Stars
Slice the paper towel roll into half inch stripes, glue them in star shape with clothespins then coat it in mod podge and sprinkle with glitters. Attach the ribbon to help hanging after the glitters have dried.
Wine Cork Reindeer
I have been using wine corks for years now. But now, DIY has shown how differently I can use them as Christmas ornaments a apart from memory memo. Now you know, don’t throw away the wine corks anymore.
DIY Boxy Snowman
Snowmen doesn’t have to be round shaped always, some of them are flat and bold like this little man here. You can just polish a little piece of wood and paint the face; add a scarf and hang him on a tree or even use it as a key holder.
Wood Slice Santa Ornament
Santa is here in all sizes and shapes, just like a snowman. Slice your log, paint the top in red as the hat and the bottom white as Santa’s beards leaving the middle part as the face. Add eyes and a nose for Santa and hang him on your Christmas tree.