If you subscribe to the notion that there’s no such thing as too many Christmas tree ornaments, then you’re probably always on the lookout for something new to add to your already extensive collection.
1-Button Christmas Tree Ornament
Small colorful buttons are the perfect-sized decoration on small felt Christmas trees.
This is genius: Transform a pack of battery-powered tea lights into a set of ornaments that will brighten up your tree.Click Here
To make skate ornaments, loop the first row of stitches over a jumbo paper clip, which doubles as a bright blade.
4-BUTTONS AND SEWING PINS
Cover styrofoam cones in bright green buttons and colorful sewing pins to make tiny decorated trees for your evergreen.
5-Christmas Owl Ornament
Add a homemade touch to your Christmas tree this year with our cute-as-a-button owl. It only requires burlap, felt, hot glue, and a glue stick!
6-Painted Gold Leaf Ornaments
Delicate gold leaf paper looks elegant when applied to plain ornaments painted in a solid color of your choice.
7-Pom Poms and Pine cones Christmas Ornaments
Add mini pom poms to basic pine cones to create a simple ornament with a creative twist.
8-Broken CD Ornament
Let your Christmas tree sing with this fancy design, made by glueing broken CD pieces onto ribbon-filled ornaments.
Let the kids paint a bunch of bottle caps for a batch of bright and colorful macaroons, complete with a glittery filling. Click Here