Make a set of easy farmhouse Christmas Ornaments using wood craft discs, fabric, and a few embellishments. These can be made in very little time and they go great with a farmhouse styled tree.
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Make Easy Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments
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Supply List for Farmhouse Ornaments
- Wood Craft Discs
- Hot Glue Gun and Sticks
- Embellishments (snowflakes, tiny tree, pine cones, berries)
- Spray Adhesive
- Paint and Brushes
I searched through one of my craft bins and found the wooden discs. I had the paint and spray adhesive on hand. Several weeks ago, I bought the package of sprigs at Target in Bullseye’s Playground. When I got ready to add embellishments to the farmhouse ornaments, it turned out that the sprigs didn’t work well. So, I’ll save them for a different project. The only new purchase I made for the ornaments was the black and white fabric. I bought a fat quarter of it for a few dollars.
How to Make a Set of Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments
- Paint one side of each wood craft disc with your chosen coordinating color
- Allow to dry
- Cut fabric into a square larger than the disc
- Spray adhesive onto one side of an unpainted disc
- Press the disc onto the fabric
- Add spray adhesive to the back side of the disc
- Press fabric to the back
- Trim excess fabric
Once you have the two discs, one painted and one covered in fabric, you’re ready to put the ornament together.
- Cut a small piece of ribbon and make a loop
- Glue the ribbon to the back side of the painted disc
- Add hot glue to the back side of the painted disc
- Press the fabric covered disc onto the painted one
Since the sprigs didn’t look quite right for these, I sorted through more of my craft stash looking for some miniature items that would work. I found snowflakes, a small bottle brush tree, some white berries, and some pine cones.
- Use hot glue to add embellishments to the ornaments
Making a set of four of these took less than 30 minutes and it cleared up some items that I had in my craft stash. These look great on Gloria’s white tree and go well with other farmhouse style ornaments she’s collecting. I love that I used items I had in my craft stash to make these inexpensive ornaments for her.
You can make a set of easy diy ornaments to match any decor! I made a few with some red and white fabric that I had in my craft stash for our tree.
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