Whether you have a traditional spruce that could use a little razzle dazzle or a modern, all-white
These ornaments are completely customizable. Start with cardboard ornaments from the craft store (in any size or shape), and glue on the fun, patterned fabric of your choice. This one really has endless possibilities, since you can use any type of fabric. Pro tip: Buying a pack of quilt squares would get you manageable fabric pieces in a ton of different patterns.
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Make these zodiac-inspired ornaments for your astrology junkie friend (or keep them for yourself). They’re another great clay ornament DIY that’s super simple to make, and really pretty too.
These are the LBD of holiday ornaments. Simple beads in neutral wood make this look work in any space. These could easily be painted, but in their natural state, they’re perfect for all you Scandinavian holiday lovers.
It’s hard to believe these gorgeous concrete ornaments are made with large plastic caps.
These subtly splattered ornaments are a minimalist’s holiday dream.
These mini starburst ornaments are perfect for mid-century enthusiasts. We can just imagine a tree full of these, interspersed with other glitzy ornaments (of course).
Once you realize how easy it is to create this marbled look from clay, you’re going to want to make everything look like these pretty ornaments from
For the DIY adverse, this trio of ornaments from
These would be a great option to make with your family, since they’re so fun and simple—kind of like modern jewelry for your tree.
You know all of those paper party straws you have lying around? Now, you can repurpose them into these cool himmeli ornaments from
We love these snowflake ornaments made from clothespins. If you’re into a more Scandinavian look, you could leave them their natural wood color. Another option? Choose white for a minimal result.
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Sometimes, a pop of color is all you need to liven up your tree, and you can even customize the palette. Go old-school Christmas with green, red, and blue, or ultra glam with a trio of metallics.
Merry berry! Bring the outdoors in by filling glass ornaments with richly-hued berries. Get creative with various sized orbs and a bounty of seasonal botanicals. Pro tip: This is a great way to add an organic element to a faux fir.
Lately, it seems like everything’s sporting a statement-making swirl—and now, you can add your tree to the list. All you need to create these colorful decorations is enamel paint, clear ornaments, and water.
These black and white typography ornaments remind us of those letter coffee mugs… only way more chic. Plus, peel-and-stick letters make assembling them a breeze—leaving you with plenty of time to get started on your holiday gift wrapping.
Keep bad juju away and make your tree sparkle with these evil eyes—they’re as pretty as they are protective. The best part? You don’t need to start from scratch; these playful peepers are painted on plain old ornaments.
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Because no matter how far away you are, your BFF will always have a place in your heart—and now your tree, too. This is the perfect present for a bestie who lives far away. And, if she’s local, why not spend the afternoon DIY-ing it together?
If you ask us, gradient makes everything better—including ornaments—and sunrise hues are so warm and joyful. So, while it might be cold and snowy outside, it’ll be merry and bright inside your abode.
Do you believe in magic? With their glitter manes and rose gold horns, these whimsical unicorns are sure to cast a spell on even the Scrooge-iest among us.
The teal and turquoise hues in this golden ornament feel festive without being too expected.
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