My blog sisters and I have a real treat for you today! Today, I’ll be showing you how you can DIY a cute Christmas ornament in 10 minutes! We all have 10 minutes, don’t we?!
As an added bonus, be sure to blog hop through the other 10 Minute Christmas Ideas that are at the bottom.
If you’ve read the last couple of posts then you probably know that I’m super pumped about my Dress Form Christmas Tree Skirt that I made and display over at my booth in Woodstock Market.
You’ve probably already seen my cute little ornaments, so today I’m going to give you the quick tutorial. People this is so easy!
It’s easy and quick, but there’s a disclaimer. You need a miter saw or else this becomes laboring and long.
10 Minute Christmas Ornament Supply List
Stamp Ink (color of your choice)
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The first step is to select logs that are the right shape and size for your ornament. My wood slices are approximately 3″ round. (FYI, with one log I was able to cut about 20 slices!)
Using your miter saw cut a slice in your desired width. Mine ended up being approximately 3/8″ thick.
The second step is to choose your stamp! I actually used a few different images but my favorite stamp by far is the vintage car with the Christmas tree tied to the roof that I found at Hobby Lobby.
The next step is to use your drill to pre-drill a small hole through the wood slice so that you can thread the baker’s twine through. We ended up starting with a smaller hole and then increased the size when I figured out threading string through a rough wood hole wasn’t going to be easy. 🙂
Once you have you’re twine through and knotted there’s nothing left to do but hang it on your tree!
P.S. Another amazing idea would be to use this as part of your gift wrapped packages! Sorta like two gifts in one. OOOO, I’m definitely doing that!
Alright, let’s have some real fun! Check out the other AMAZING 10 Minute Christmas Ideas!
For other 10 Minute Christmas ideas, go visit my friends and see what they are sharing!
Tablescape | Kristy @ The Starfish Cottage
Recipe | Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen
Pay It Forward | Diane @ Diane & Dean DIY
Gift Wrap | Jennifer @ Life of Jennifer Dawn
Wreath | Gloria @ Potentially Chic
Gift | Holly @ McCall Manor