Looking for DIY Christmas Ornaments you can make with your kids? Look no further! Get ready to get glittery!
Next week all 4 kids will be home. If everything works out as planned, I’ll have the majority of the week off and we can get crafting. We have had our Christmas tree up for a while, but just now got our ornaments down. By far, my favorite Christmas ornaments are the handmade ones.
10 Kid Friendly DIY Christmas Ornaments
Crack out the glue and glitter and let’s DIY with the kids. Here are 10 different kid DIY Christmas ornaments for you and your littles to make.
Mom Tip: Before making Christmas ornaments with the kids – or any other craft, put down a cheap plastic tablecloth. I stock up on these every time we go to the Dollar Tree. This helps make clean-up easy and simple, just gather up the plastic tablecloth and throw away! This especially is helpful if glitter is involved. Now the floor? I guess you could cover the floors in plastic tablecloths as well, but other than that, you are on your own for advice on that mess!
Lego Christmas Tree Ornament (1)
What kid doesn’t LOVE Legos? This adorable DIY Lego Christmas ornament is sure to be a kid fave! You will need
- 2×6 green plate (1)
- 2×4 brown plate (1)
- 3×6 green corner plate (2)
- 3×4 green 45-degree corner plate (2)
- 2×2 yellow round (1)
- Studs or 1×1 plates in various colors (I used 3 red, 2 orange, 2 yellow, 3 light green, 2 blue and 1 purple)
Get the full directions on how to make this Lego Christmas Tree Ornament at Creative Green Living
Button Snowman Tree Ornament (2)
With only a few supplies, you and your child can make this darling button snowman Christmas ornament.
Get full directions at Craft Bits
3-Ingredient Cinnamon Ornament (3)
These Cinnamon ornaments are one my favorite DIY Christmas Ornaments to make! Super easy and delicious smelling!
Read more at: The Kitchen is My Playground
Snow Globe Christmas Ornament (4)
We made these snow globe Christmas ornaments with the kids when they were toddlers. They absolutely loved it. I found one of them this year in the bottom of our ornament box, smushed. Maybe it’s time to make a new set!
Check out the directions at Tator Tots and Jello
Crochet Snowflake Ornament (5)
This crochet snowflake ornament would be a great holiday project to do with older kids.
View the full how-to at Craft Bits
Salt Art Ornaments (6)
These salt art ornaments are fun (but messy!)
Here are the supplies you will need to complete these:
- clear glass ornaments
- table salt
- White clay
- DecoArt 3D Frost Gloss Enamel Writers
- Soft chalk pastels
Get full directions on Chica Circle
Easy Homemade Snowflake Ornaments (7)
I would love to see a whole tree made of these in the lovely pink, green and teal color palette!
View the full how-to on Chica Circle
Easy Paper Ornament (8)
With just a few supplies from around the house, you can make these simple and easy paper ornaments for your tree.
View more at Twitchetts
Kid Fingerprint Ornament (9)
What a great keepsake ornament! Make this kid fingerprint ornament with your kids. This would be fabulous as a Christmas present for the grandparents!
View the complete tutorial at Tator Tots and Jello
Glitter Ornaments (10)
This is a GET MESSY project. If your kid loves glitter, here is a glitter ornament project full of SPARKLE!
View tutorial at Chica Circle
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Which DIY Ornament is Your Fave?
Mom to 4 kids, Molly Thornberg aka Digital Mom is the blogger-in-chief here at digitalmomblog.com. She likes to keep it real, overshares on her personal Insta-stories, tries her best to show grace and always appreciates a funny meme. Molly appreciates the unique things in life, and is a Ennegagram 7w8.