Add some of these birdseed ornaments to add color to bare trees and threat feathered friends to a snack. This is a great project for kids and to give as gifts to the bird-watchers among your friends and family.
Put a kid-friendly spin on tree decor with ornaments made from stacked buttons. Add thread to a needle and knot the end, then slide an assortment of small neutral-toned buttons onto the thread as a tree base. Gradually build a tree silhouette with an assortment of large buttons added along the bottom, medium buttons in the center and smaller buttons near the top. For a tree topper effect, add a small star decoration on the top with looped string as a hanger.
Enjoy all of the fun of making Christmas cookies without all of the butter, sugar, fat and calories! These fragrant (non-edible) and festive cinnamon ornaments are a must-make kid-friendly Christmas craft that will have you rolling, baking and decorating.
Birch logs can be used for many different upcycled purposes, including on a Christmas trees as ornaments. Cut birch logs into 1/4-inch discs, then use a drill bit to add a 1/4-inch hole along the top. Next, trace shapes onto acetate and cut them out with a precision knife. Add the silhouette acetate to the birch log with double-sided tape or hot glue, then create a hanger by looping ribbon or twine through the hole.
After you've added enough coats of beeswax to your ornaments, and they've completely cooled, let them sit in an empty egg carton until you’re ready to use them. Use purchased hangers to put them on the tree, or make your own from 26-gauge gold-tone wire.
Decorate and make your house smell like the holidays all at once with little potpourri Christmas trees. Glue or sew two triangles of green felt together to create a Christmas tree. Stuff with your favorite winter scents and glue a little cinnamon stick in the base for a tree trunk. Decorate with felt or cloves and hang these charming Christmas ornaments throughout your home.