13 Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments to Love

There is something to be said about homemade ornaments. DIY ornaments give your Christmas tree Victorian charm with crafts, common kitchen ingredients and the original festive feeling of Christmas. Fresh cranberries, popcorn, a DIY chain garland and homemade ornaments are traditions that add to the nostalgia of the holidays!

Every Christmas I add new homemade ornaments to my tree. My Victorian, natural themed, Christmas tree is always my favorite part of decorating! Just pulling out the ornaments gets me inspired and ready to start adding to my collection!

Here are some of the ornaments I have in my collection that I love making!

Dried Citrus Ornaments

I love making these dried, seasonal fruit, ornaments for my tree! Use apples, pears and citrus! Bright, colorful and cheerful, they add old school charm and smell so good when you are making them! citrus

Find the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.

The Best Recipe for Bird Seed Ornaments

Add ornaments to your outdoor landscaping! Make and gift to the bird lovers in your life as a homemade gift!bird-seed-ornament4-249x300

Find the tutorial at The Resourceful Mama.

No-Bake Cinnamon Ornament

Quick, easy and make the house smell like Christmas! Keep the natural color or paint them. Cut them into any shape you want, let them dry, add a ribbon and you are done!no-cook-cinnamon-ornaments-final

Get the recipe at Growing a Jeweled Rose.

Snow Globe Ornaments DIY Tutorial

This snow globe ornament is so cute! Make it whatever theme you would like or create several different ones for each member of the family!snow-globe-ornament1

Find the tutorial at Live. Craft. Love..

Let it Snow – Scrabble Tile Ornament

Super cute, festive and easy to make! Spell out any holiday saying you want and feel free to add any decorative touch you want (snow is just the start!).let-it-snow-scrabble-tile-ornament

Find the tutorial at Made by Amanda.

DIY Icicle Ornaments

Not difficult but you had better be patient! It is definitely worth the wait!diy-icicle-ornaments-pin-650x1671

Find the tutorial at Amanda Katherine.

DIY Blue and White Chinoiserie Ornaments

Classic, beautiful and sophisticated! china

Get the tutorial at Sheer Serendipity.

Jingle Bell Ornaments

These are so cute! Attach to different kinds of gifts for a festive touch! Easy to make with few supplies, you can make a bunch in an afternoon for all of your creative holiday needs!diy-jingle-bell-ornaments_1

Find the tutorial at Satori Design for Living.

Felt Christmas Tree Ornament

Simple, sweet and festive! Make these felt trees to add a homemade natural touch to your Christmas tree! These trees can be made in any color you want to match your theme (green gets kind of lost)!felt-tree-stack-7_1

Find the tutorial at This Heart of Mine.

Felt & Pinecone Owl Ornaments

Keep a natural theme to your tree! These are so fun to make and the little owl is awesome! Feel free to personalize them in the colors you love.felt_ornaments_pinecone_owlsFind the tutorial from Lia Griffith.

Easy Holiday DIY Snowman

For the beach lover in your life! Make it a snowman, a Santa, a beachgoer or anything you want! Super cute, fun to make, and easy!holiday-christmas-diy-proje

Find the tutorial at Homedit.

Rustic Wooden Sled Ornament

Create and paint this little red sled in no time! A few supplies go a long way with this one allowing you to make enough for your tree and gifts for others.


Find the tutorial at Fireflies and Mudpies.

Fox Animal Felt Ornament

Adorable little fox to brighten your ornament collection. Add this cute little woodland creature to your tree for all kinds of whimsy!diy_felt_fox

Find the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

No matter what theme you choose for your Christmas tree these DIY ornaments will add a festive homemade touch! Grab some supplies, your imagination and you are ready to make ornaments all your own. No matter what you decide to make, be sure you love it!

Your turn! If you have a homemade ornament you love, let me know in the comments! I’d love to know what you’ve got!

More about Katelyn

Katelyn was inspired to create Dory Fitz when she realized she wanted to improve her life, and to help others improve their lives along the way. Taught by her grandmother that in all aspects of life, you need to embraced change, follow your passions, and live the life you want, no one will do it for you. Dory Fitz was created to help me, and you, do just that.

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