Plaid is a very traditional thing for Christmas, I’d say it screams Christmas for real. Plaid textiles and linens instantly bring the holiday spirit to the space. But you may do that all easily and fast without looking for any textiles – decorate your Christmas tree with plaid ornaments! Here are some DIY tutorials that will tell you how to make some.
Plaid scarves, skirts and shirts, plaid ornaments, signs and marquees, napkins, tablecloths and tableware – let’s go everything plaid! If you are one of us, plaid fans, and want to add some cozy chic with this pattern, make these plaid ornaments. They are inspired by Pottery Barn collection but you needn’t buy them, just make a couple! Simply cut out a square big enough to cover the whole ornament wrap it up and tie, that’s it! Enjoy!
These classic crochet plaid ornaments are perfect for your traditional and rustic Christmas and holiday decor. You can make them in varied yarns and hooks to make different sizes. Add a bit of embellishments to make the perfectly fit your style. These are so fun and simple to make, and they turned out lovely. You can also play with the sizes by simply switching up your hook size and yarn.
Fall and winter call for cozy flannels in red and greens. These rag ball ornaments are so simple to make, you can bust several of them out in no time. Now you have on-trend, rustic Christmas ornaments! Not only are they quick and easy to make, they are very light so you can hang them almost anywhere. You can use the larger size outdoors or on bannister garland. The smaller ones are great for trees and floral arrangements.
Create DIY buffalo check plaid ornaments with fabric strips and straight pins. These ornaments are definitely easy to make, and I love the elegant gold touches on the balls. These ornaments will make your Christmas tree super cozy and your space very inviting. You may also use them for creating various displays and bowls with pinecones and other stuff.
This time of year, DIY Christmas Ornaments are the best craft ever, but one that only takes 15 minutes? You know it’s got to be fabulous! Homemade Christmas ornaments are always unique and special and make a fun Christmas project to get the whole family involved in. Make some paper ornaments because you can create so many different styles, change out the colors and patterns and you can also usually make a whole bunch of paper ornaments for very little cost. This Christmas craft can be made by cutting the paper yourself or using your Cricut machine. Read the tutorial and make these cuties!
If you are familiar with crocheting or wanna try doing that, this is a craft for you! These darling crochet plaid mini stockings make a cute advent calendar! This article includes a free crochet pattern for the cute plaid mini stockings and also a printable for the little numbers (if you decided to turn your stockings into a Christmas countdown).
Embrace the tartan trend with this cool project! Take some cardboard ornament forms and cover them with plaid fabric scraps and add a gold edge reading the tutorial and make them. The project isn’t difficult at all and you may invite your kids to participate, get inspired!
If you love rustic Christmas decorations, these plaid and burlap ornaments are going to fit right in here this holiday season. You can make your own easily with some Styrofoam balls and a few tools! Watch the video in the post below for all of the instructions and learn just how easy it is to make your own Christmas ornaments. Get inspired!
Make a super cute buffalo plaid ornament with a fun twist – it has a pocket! This cute little upcycled Christmas ornament has a tiny pocket on the front that’s the perfect size for tucking in a mini candy cane, a note to Santa, or a small gift. Plus it makes an absolutely charming gift card holder (if you don’t have any outgrown shirts from your own kids, you can find them for a couple of bucks at thrift stores or kids consignment stores).
These are simple Christmas ornaments made of wooden circles and plaid wrapping paper – this craft is cool and easy! If you are looking for DIY Christmas ornaments ideas, this is the one to try! The ornaments are modern and simple, they don’t look too rustic or vintage. Just sit back and enjoy your buffalo check Christmas tree!
If you don’t like working with fabric, if you don’t want to buy plaid wrapping paper, this craft is for you. It will tell you how to make amazing plaid Christmas ornaments of white clay ones decorated with paints pens! You may create any plaid and tartan looks and colors that you like, it’s totally up to you. Enjoy painting the porcelain and have fun!
Here’s a cool glam holiday ornament idea with plaid – these glitter monogram ornaments on plaid fabric. The craft is simple, takes only a few minutes and a few supplies, but has a big impact on the tree – yay! Glitter adds a festive feel to the space at once, enjoy!