12 DIY Repurposed Christmas Ornaments that you can make
I’m getting into the Christmas ornament creating mode in the present, but before I share those in the near Christmas future I thought I’d share some repurposed Christmas ornaments past.
Just click on the link below each photo to go to that project. Enjoy!
Creating ornaments with cookies cutters is so much fun. You could use sheet music like I did here, or any kind of paper really.
These ornaments were so quick and easy, and could easily be made to fit any tree style.
Chandelier Crystal Angel OrnamentsThese angels
These angels only took a few minutes to make and will add some extra sparkle to any tree.
Do you have a bunch of odds and ends in your crafting stashes? That’s all it took to create these one-of-a-kind angels.
Vintage measuring cups comes in all sizes, shapes, materials, and colors… and all of them can make great shadow box ornaments.
Vintage metal light reflectors aren’t used on tree lights so much anymore, but that doesn’t mean they still can’t be on your tree.
I love working with vintage aluminum jello molds. They are easy to work with and the creative possibilities are endless.
Tart tins are another easy way to create unique ornaments customized to your own tree and color scheme.
I have a thing for mini teacups and this one looks awesome on the tree.
Fillable dollar store ornaments are a great way to create quick and easy ornaments.
Curtains rings come in all shapes and sizes and make awesome wreath ornaments.
Small teaspoons can be decoupaged with words that inspire you, or with names, or whatever you like really… and they definitely add a special touch to any tree.
I hope you found some Christmas inspiration here!
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…