Stars are very popular for home decor and especially for Christmas decor, they are kinda traditional. We’ve already shared some star decorations for Christmas, and today I’d like to add some more – these are star ornaments! Here you’ll find various materials, crafting techniques and colors, and the good thing is that most of these decorations can be made with kids. Let’s start.
These salt dough ornaments are so easy to create and would make the perfect Christmas gift to give out to teachers and co-workers. Kids can make these salt dough decorations themselves and they will turn out beautifully every time. Just a friendly reminder to keep these out of reach of pets (they can be toxic to dogs especially) and small children that would want to put them in their mouths. Switch it up to personalize it or make it just like the tutorial!
Looking for an easy DIY Christmas decoration? Paper ornaments are love! There are so many ways you can manipulate paper, there are endless options for colors and patterns, they are inexpensive and kid friendly. And if they get broken, they won’t hurt anybody (well at least nothing worse than a paper cut). These pretty 3D paper stars are easy to make and look stunning. Thread on a piece of cotton and hang from the ceiling or prop up on a mantle for a festive fireplace. This is a simple decoration for the holidays that looks great as a garland, hanging from a tree branch or simply propped up against a wall.
This cute and rustic glittered twine star Christmas ornament will add some glam to your Christmas tree. It’s easy to make so much rustic style! What I love the most about this type of crafts is that it’s all about imperfection: none of them are the same. The twine is imperfect and the pattern is imperfect. Making the stars with wire is so imperfect but when you finish them you will most definitely fall in love!
Not only stars are traditional for Christmas, jingle bells are all about holidays, too. This jingle star Christmas ornament is a creative and bold idea that combines two traditional things in one. Decorate your Christmas tree, hang it on a door, make it part of a Christmas decoration or just add it on a Christmas package, this jingle star will certainly catch the eye!
Looking for a fun and easy holiday DIY to make this weekend? These chalkboard ornaments are super simple and can be personalized however you’d like! Chalkboards are amazing to personalize – you may chalk anything you want on them and they would also make great gifts, stocking stuffers, or even gift tags! Read the tutorial and make a bunch of chalkboard ornaments for your home!
If you love vintage and shabby chic decor, these DIY antique star ornaments using paper mache are right what you need to decorate your tree. These are perfect to paint in gold metallic then compliment with a distressed cream layer. These ornaments can be made for under $10 and in a couple of hours. It’s easy! Learn how to make these beautiful stars using the tutorial in the source.
Need a fast and cool Christmas craft? These simple, rustic star decorations use wooden beads and some wire. You can even add some glitter for extra Christmas sparkle, you can then add glitter or ribbons, or use larger 8mm beads. Personalize your Christmas ornaments as you wish and rock your holiday decor with them.
Having the house ready for Christmas can be budget challenging. Here is a nice and economic way to make cute stars ornaments with items around the house. It’s a great craft to make with your kids, just get some Tetrapak containers and go!
I love clay ornaments! This tutorial will tell you how to some pretty and chic ones. These clay ornaments are embossed knit items. They’d make great gift toppers as well as tree decorations and you could even make teeny tiny ones like in this pin and string them together to make a sweet star garland. So cute!
Need some color? I have a pretty idea for you! This is a star Christmas ornament decorated with colorful sequins, it can be also used as a gift topper or a tree topper. The craft is very simple: make it using hot glue and sequins – there’s nothing difficult. Get inspired and add a shiny touch and bold shades for your Christmas tree!
Here’s one more tutorial to make clay Christmas ornaments shaped as stars. They are made two ways: a glitter frame Christmas star and a hand painted clay Christmas star, red and white are a great combo. Add red ribbon and hang your ornaments on the tree to make the Christmas tree super personalized and bold. Use them as gift toppers, too.
Need a simple Nordic decoration? Here it is! Make these star-shaped wooden bead Christmas ornaments – they are easy to make and will compliment any Scandinavian space. Read the tutorial and make some!