Disney from Ruffles and Stuff made this adorable cotton/felt Christmas tree complete with little ornaments for her daughter’s room! It’s a wall hanging, and oh so cute!
Now check out this monster foot stocking from Crap I’ve Made (not crap at all in my opinion!).
These cute little acorn mushroom ornaments from Lil Fish Studioes look so easy to make!
Family Fun has a tutorial on how to make a time capsule ornament! Wouldn’t this be fun to do with your kids every year?
Here’s a quick and easy chocolate mouse ornament even the smallest children can help with – you might want to eat them after Christmas, though. ;-)
I’m loving this paper tree centerpiece from Red Velvet Art Blog!
Motley Moms repurposes old Christmas cards into photo ornaments – what a great idea!
Aren’t these little paper gift boxes cute? Find out how to make them at Create Studio!
Make a really delicious-looking gingerbread man (hee hee) – pattern can be found at the Elsie Marley blog. :-)
Small Fry and Co. (very worth following her wonderful blog!) has one of the best Christmas advent calendars I’ve seen – it’s a tree with numbered ornament containers. Each day her little one gets to open and ornament and get a treat! I’m so doing this next year. I think it would be a wonderful tradition! I’m thinking about how I can add little treats that would be fun and keep the focus on what Christmas is really all about – Christ’s birth. :-)
Next up: Christmas Printables! ♥
Share Your Thoughts!
Have you made any Christmas ornaments or decorations you would like to share with us? I’m always looking for new inspiration!