Natural Christmas ornaments are beautiful, easy to make and practically free! Make nature-inspired Christmas decorations with pine cones, rose hips, acorns, walnuts and oranges.
Make DIY natural Christmas ornaments for your tree this year! These homemade natural Christmas decorations are eco-friendly, cheap, easy and fun to make. You can gather most of the materials for the natural Christmas tree ornaments in the nature. So there’s no need to run to the store – especially now in times of the coronavirus. You can find the materials for the Christmas ornaments made from natural materials in your garden, the woods or parks. Continue reading 20 DIY Natural Christmas Ornaments→
Make a cute little bottle brush Christmas tree with cotton yarn from scratch!
Little bottle brush Christmas trees are everywhere right now. But instead of buying one, you can simply make your own DIY bottle brush Christmas tree with natural materials you already have at home! All you need for this DIY bottle brush tree is cotton yarn in green or white, a piece of wire and a wood slice. Continue reading How To Make A Bottle Brush Christmas Tree – From Scratch!→
A simple tin can upcycle idea: Turn tin cans into beautiful tin star ornaments.
When you buy your next tin can, these metal Christmas ornaments come free with it! Making tin stars is an easy tin can craft project that is completely free. And these metal Christmas tree ornaments are actually easier and faster to make than you’d probably think. However, you have to be careful when cutting out the tin stars because tin cans are really sharp! Continue reading How To Make Tin Star Ornaments From Tin Cans→
Snow-covered pine cones are easy and cheap to make at home. All you need for these snow pine cones are white acrylic paint and pine cones. DIY snow covered pine cones look great as natural Christmas tree ornaments!
Three years ago, I’ve already made eco-friendly snow-covered pine cones with salt and DIY wheatpaste. I love how they turned out but these snow-covered pine cones are even easier and quicker to make than the eco-friendly version! It takes just one or two minutes to paint one pine cone. Continue reading How To Make Snow Covered Pine Cones→
Turn trash into treasure! Make tin tinsel icicles out of a tin can!
If you’re wondering what you can make with tin cans, you’ve come to the right place! Empty tin cans are perfect to make DIY metal Christmas ornaments.
If you read my blog regularly, you know that I love upcycling! Here I recycled tin cans into old-fashioned tinsel ornaments. And I love how these metal icicles turned out: They look stunning as vintage Christmas tree decorations! The tinsel icicles hang on strings so that they twist in the air and reflect the light. And what’s best, this tin can craft takes just a couple of minutes to make! Continue reading How To Make Tin Tinsel From A Tin Can→