14 DIY Foodie Christmas Ornaments

dried orange and cinnamon ornaments

dried orange and cinnamon ornaments (via dailysqueeze)

I think that foodie ornaments look even cozier than usual ones because they mostly smell fantastic. Let’s see what we can make using some products from the kitchen. The easiest and most aromatic way to do that is to dry some apples, oranges or other fruit and hang them as an ornament. For a nice aroma hang also cinnamon sticks or cranberries onto your Christmas tree. Are you good at cooking? Then bake some amazing cookies using apple sauce to make them durable and hang them onto the tree or make a garland. Gingerbread houses as decorations? Yes, please! Enjoy more foodie ornament tutorials below and have fun!

This entry is part of 41 in the series Exciting Christmas DIY Projects
hazelnuts mini wreaths (via northstory)

hazelnuts mini wreaths (via northstory)

gum drop ornaments (via momspark)

gum drop ornaments (via momspark)

foodie holiday decorations (via jjbegonia)

foodie holiday decorations (via jjbegonia)

marbled salt dough ornaments (via two-daloo)

marbled salt dough ornaments (via two-daloo)

donut holes ornaments (via studiodiy)

donut holes ornaments (via studiodiy)

cinnamon ornament (via thesoho)

cinnamon ornament (via thesoho)

yummy cookie ornaments (via mitmilch)

yummy cookie ornaments (via mitmilch)

gingerbread house ornaments (via craftstorming)

gingerbread house ornaments (via craftstorming)

sunny citrus ornaments (via simplynotable)

sunny citrus ornaments (via simplynotable)

stamped cinnamon ornaments (via dreamalittlebigger)

stamped cinnamon ornaments (via dreamalittlebigger)

salt dough ornaments (via gemmagarner)

salt dough ornaments (via gemmagarner)

cinnamon stick ornament (via folklifestyle)

cinnamon stick ornament (via folklifestyle)

pomander ornament (via gomakeme)

pomander ornament (via gomakeme)

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