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12 Cool Natural DIY Christmas Ornaments

Cinnamon Christmas Ornaments (via dailymail)

This entry is part of 41 in the series Exciting Christmas DIY Projects

Natural Christmas ornaments not only make your Christmas decor more alive but also are usually quite easy and cheap to make. Most of materials could be found outdoors during Fall or even be stashed from the latest beer party. I’ve found 12 tutorials that in my opinion worth to check out. Your Christmas tree would definitely looks great this year, right?

Dried Fruit Christmas Tree Ornaments (via homemadeandcolorful)

Harvested Acorns Christmas Ornament (via hgtv)

Pomegranate Christmas Ornaments (via designsponge)

Handmade Citrus and Cinnamon Christmas Ornaments (via naturalsuburbia)

DIY Twiggy Christmas Ornaments (via michelemademe)

Homemade Natural Shell Ornament with Pearl (via marthastewart)

DIY Frosted Pinecone Ornament (via bhg)

DIY Nutshell Ornament (via bhg)

How To Make A Christmas Orange Pomander (via thatartistwoman)

Christmas Tree Circles (via familyfun)

Homemade Stained Glass Cookie Ornaments (via simplyrecipes)

 

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3 Comments

  1. Cassie Says:

    I really like your dried oranges with the nuts attached. Also, the twig Christmas ideas are a cute idea. FUN

  2. DawnWrVargas Says:

    I love the handmade items. brings back my childhood when we made many of them as a family and carried it own with my daughter. I think it is time to bring it back ! Happy Holidays To All !

  3. Suzanne Holt Says:

    These are really fun ornaments! Pinned to my “Having a Natural Christmas.” Thanks for sharing!

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