DIY Birch Slice Ornaments With Wood Burned Design

If you haven’t finished holiday décor yet, make these cool ornaments! You’ll need a birch branch or pre-cut and drilled wood slices, a wood burner, a drill, a chop saw or hand saw, narrow plaid ribbon or twine, a pencil, pliers, old chopping block or cookie sheet. If you’re tackling this project, you can also... 
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DIY Embroidered Photo Ornaments For Christmas

These photo ornaments are fantastic for tree décor and will be perfect gifts for your family and friends. Prepare a free printable pattern, an embroidery hoop, fabric, embroidery floss in various colors, Mod Podge CS15067 8-Ounce Photo Transfer, photos printed from laser jet printer, white paper, ribbon. Photo transfer your image to fabric. After printing... 
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DIY Chalkboard Clay Christmas Ornaments

Chalkboards are great for leaving messages, such decorations are super-interactive. To make these you’ll need white polymer clay, cookie cutters, a wooden skewer, chalkboard paint, a paint brush, a  white paint pen, ribbon. Roll out clay according to directions until you reach a desired thickness. Ours were a little less than 1/8 of an inch... 
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Sparkling DIY Christmas Ornament Topiaries

A pair of sparkling, Christmas ornament topiaries will dress up your Christmas mantel, tabletop, bookshelf, or other little nook that needs some holiday cheer. The supplies are STYROFOAM, clay pots, two, 4” dia., glitter paper in red and white, wood dowels, 3/8” x 24”, paint for clay pots, silver for wood dowels, wire, 10”, corrugated... 
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Adorable DIY French Macaron Ornaments

Macarons are absolute love for everyone! And you can make a couple for decorating your Christmas tree, prepare 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 1/4 cup cool water, paint Colors of your choice + white, 2 paint brushes, 1 with a small point and 1 with a wide flat edge, 1 roll of... 
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Christmas Must: 9 DIY Pomanders For Decor And Gifts

Pomanders were used as a great asepticizing means in the past, then they became a traditional Christmas decoration. Why do we love them so much? Because they are easy to make and they smell wonderfully reminding of the holidays at once! Pomanders are traditionally made of oranges, and if you have little ones, invite them... 
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DIY Scandinavian-Inspired Christmas Clay Ornaments

Scandinavian style is one of the most popular for Christmas, and today we going to make Scandi-style ornaments. You’ll need air dry clay, a cookie cutter, a rolling pin, a pin or toothpick, scissors, ribbon or twine, quick dry glue. Roll out clay with rolling pin until it is about a 1/4″ thick. Cut shape... 
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Super Fun DIY French Fries Ornaments

Need a couple of fun ornaments? Prepare 1/2″ thick upholstery foam, yellow paint + a paintbrush, French Fry containers, baker’s twine, a hole punch, scissors, a hot glue gun. Cut a strip of upholstery foam about 1/2 inch wide. Then cut the long strip into different size fries. You’ll need 10-12 fries per container, depending... 
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