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Christmas Ornament Crafts

Welcome to the #DIY Christmas Ornament Crafts Group Board! We're gathering a vast collection of DIY Christmas Ornament Tutorials, Project & Display Ideas, and Tips for using, storing & enjoying Christmas Ornaments. Hope you'll join in, Have fun, & Invite friends. Contributors, to keep it fun for everyone please ONLY PIN ITEMS THAT HAVEN'T BEEN PREVIOUSLY ADDED in the past 48hrs, pin directly to the original source tutorial page, & thanks for joining & contributing to the board! ~Rashell

Kids will love making this Christmas ornament craft for the holiday season! A must-have to bust snow day boredom! Holiday Beaded Ornament Kit-Victorian Baubles 2-1/4"X3/4" Makes 12

Created by Jess Larsen with Simon Says Stamp Exclusive Dies. October 2013

Created by Jennifer for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge (Ice Inspiration) January 2014

Created by Elena for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge (Emboss It) January 2014

Created by Elena for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge (Ice Inspiration) January 2014

My Joyful Moments—Stamps: Home for The Holidays from Simon Says Stamps, Sentiment- Papertrey Ink Dies: Stitched rectangle and stitched snow hill from Lawn Fawn. Paper: Very cool background paper - Winter Wishes from Echo Park

Crayon shavings or chunks in glass ornaments, heated up to melt and swirl. I definitely would prefer this over the acrylic paint that you have to drain after swirling, messing up the paint's effect so that it blends too much. This is a definite have-to this year!

Make your own tinsel snowflake Christmas decoration

Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree Ornaments - these are so cute! What a fun idea and so clever to use cupcake liners.

How To Make This Yarn Ball Christmas Ornament - this is a quick and easy project that would be a perfect gift for a knitter.

Our tutorial and 30+ tips to make your own vintage Christmas ornament wreath - Retro Renovation

$. This is one of my favorite units! It motivates students to learn about the Native Americans of North America (Eastern Woodlands, Great Plains, Southwest, Northwest Coast, Southeast). For each region, there is a 2-page informational text and comprehension questions. In addition, create a Native America name, Picture Writing, Project, Study chart, Map of the regions, Dream Catcher project and writing, Totem Pole Craft and writing, rain dance instructions, acrostic poem, quiz and rubrics.