24 Awesome DIY Christmas Tree Balls To Make Your Tree Unique

DIY Christmas Ornaments – How To Make Homemade Christmas Tree Ornaments

24 Awesome DIY Christmas Tree Balls To Make Your Tree Unique

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Before you pull out your box of go-to ornaments from your dusty old attic, you might want to consider making your own this year. It's an easy way to switch up your holiday decor without having to spend a ton of money, and you'll have fun in the process—family DIY sesh, anyone?

Need some DIY Christmas ornament inspiration? Deck the halls with these DIY holiday decorations.

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Marble Ornament

Get behind the popular Pinterest trend by DIY-ing your very own marbled ornaments. They're chic, customizable, and downright just easy to do—it's also a perfect craft to do on a cold snowy day.

Get the tutorial at House Beautiful.

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Popsicle Ornaments

Pop it it's hot. When you're missing summer hard, these are there for you.

Get the tutorial at Tell, Love, & Party.

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Photo Ornaments

This is where all your 'gramming comes in handy.

Get the tutorial at The Crafted Life.

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Fabric-Covered Tree Ornaments

The color and pattern possibilities are endless.

Get the tutorial at Alice & Lois.

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Glitter Scallop Ornaments

Buddy the elf, what's your favorite color?

Get the tutorial at Sarah Hearts.

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Retro Paper Ornaments

These are super simple to make, but the shapes and colors will pop on your tree.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

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Kid's Art Ornaments

What better way to take your kid's (or nieces, nephews, neighbors—whatever!) art and turn it into something even more magical to hang on your tree?

Get the tutorial at Young House Love.

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Mini Donuts

We never don't want donuts.

Get the tutorial at Studio DIY!.

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Paper Geode Ornaments

Shocking but true, these are made entirely paper.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

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Marble Star Ornaments

This DIY ornament is giving me major seashell vibes—bring a piece of the beach right into your home with this easy to follow tutorial.

Get the tutorial at Linen & Lark.

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Pinecone Owls

It's safe to say these felt birds are a total hoot, right down to their pipe-cleaner talons.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

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Advent Calendar Ornaments

Instead of opening a flimsy cardboard box, hang up a DIY Advent calendar on a ladder or the tree. Decorated muslin craft bags conceal treats, toys, and messages from Santa—and you can fill them again next year, too.

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Paper Birds

Transform plain paper into a white dove with just a few folds and snips.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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Gilded Ornaments

These glam gilded ornaments will make a statement on any tree you put them on.

Get the tutorial at The Navage Patch.

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Glass Popcorn Ornaments

You'll be popping the kernels inside the glass bulbs, so wait until they've cooled to handle.

Get the tutorial at Crafts a la mode.

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Felt Coffee Cups

Embrace your inner basic b.

Get the tutorial at One Artsy Mama.

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Snowy Golden Pinecone

These DIY ornaments are extremely easy—and perfect for a kids' craft. Just dip pinecones in white paint and dust them in a little gold for some total glam vibes.

Get the tutorial at From China Village.

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Christmas Star Yarn Ornaments

They look complicated, but these are totally idiot-proof. Trust.

Get the tutorial at Live Craft Eat.

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Old School Lights

These shimmery ornaments get their twinkle from a coat of glitter, so there's no chance of one burning out.

Get the tutorial at Country Living.

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Temporary Tattoo Ornament

Yes, these ornaments can be DIY-ed using temporary tattoos—aka they're completely customizable and fun to do. These ornaments take ten minutes or less to complete, so you can deck out your entire Christmas tree in them if you wish.

Get the tutorial at The Crafted Life.

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Brass Tacks

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Sprinkle Confetti

Literally, everything is better with sugar.

Get the tutorial at Gimme Some Oven.

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Framed Paper

Save the leftover scraps from gift wrapping and pop them in cute nickel frames. Next year, swap in different designs to match a new theme.

Get the tutorial at Country Living.

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Mini Cornucopia

Place faux red berries and soft green holly leaves inside of this adorbs little holder.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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Paper Scraps Ornament

If you're trying to be more sustainable this holiday season, look no further—these DIY ornaments literally take all of your holiday wrapping scraps and turn them into something you'll use for years to come.

Get the tutorial at Modge Podge Rocks.

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Vibrant Paint

Yesterday my life was duller, now everythings technicolor!

Get the tutorial at Tell Love and Party.

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Sweet Tunes

Cut the sheet music of your favorite Christmas carol into a star — made secure with a sturdy backdrop, cardboard.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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Pink Brushstrokes

Give white, ceramic ornaments an instant upgrade with some pink paint and gold glitter.

Get the tutorial at Vitamini Handmade.

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Holly Berries

This stem wreath adds holly berries and frosted leaves for festive accents.

Get the tutorial at Joy Us Garden.

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Elegant Stripes

Stripes will never go style—especially when they're black, and paired with gold and white.

Get the tutorial at Homey Oh My!.

Source: https://www.housebeautiful.com/entertaining/holidays-celebrations/g2818/homemade-christmas-ornaments/