Create homemade Christmas ornaments you'll be proud to hang on the tree.
Here's a merry menagerie of animals your ornament designers will love to make — a sporty penguin, a pack of Yuletide pups, a snow-white mouse, and litter of Christmas kitties.
A neat twist on a classic, these canes are virtually indestructible Christmas ornaments.
These reindeer ornaments are so easy to make, you'll have herds of them hanging around the Christmas tree when your little elves are done.
Bake a batch of these lovable look-alikes and present them to the crew they (sort of!) resemble; the salt dough is fun to sculpt and easy to paint.
This fun-to-fold ribbon candy decoration really dresses up a tree or a window. Arrange several in a small box, and you've got a great gift package to send to a long-distance relative or family friend.
Sweeten up your tree with chocolate decorations.
Kids can exercise their imaginations with this posable peanut gallery of holiday-ornament elves.
Fashioned from colorful fabrics, this sweet Christmas icon will last season after season.
Strap together these cute snowshoes to decorate your Christmas tree.
If you're lucky enough to live somewhere hot and humid this time of year, crank up the air conditioning before beginning to work: you'll get the best results making this elegant craft in a cool, dry environment.
Shape strands of beads into easy-to-make dangling decorations.
Inspired by the Victorian tradition of hanging gilded walnuts on a tree, each ornament holds a special fortune in its empty shell.
Here's a curly Santa ornament with a real spring in his step.
Although cookie cutters are best known for their work in the kitchen, these fun-shaped baking utensils can also play a role in decorating your family's Christmas tree.
A cupcake that looks like a holiday ornament.
Here is a classic sled Christmas ornament your kids can make to hang on the Christmas tree.
Adorn your tree with this cute candy cane signpost.
String up a few of these crystals, made of pipe cleaners and beads, and get ready for a flurry of compliments.
To encourage birds to visit your yard, try hanging a homemade birdseed biscuit.
Stand sentry around the tree with this colorful Christmas guard.
These curious-cat ornaments will make a purr-fect addition to your Christmas tree this season.
A sweater gets a second life as this colorful decoration
Turn scraps of pretty gift wrap into dazzling tree ornaments; another great Christmas craft from Spoonful.com.
Kids will have fun layering colored papers to create these mini-evergreen tree ornaments.
Gear up for your holiday decorating with these handmade tree trinkets.
No scissors needed here! Even the littlest elves can make these sparkly treasures, from paper pulp spooned into cookie cutters and dried.
These jumbo Santa-red and snow-white candies come together quickly from jar lids, felt, and cellophane.
Have a ball with these edible Christmas ornaments!
With a short length of shoestring licorice, this bell becomes an ornament for your tree; a longer length turns it into an edible necklace. Either way, it won't hang around for too long.
Spin golden glitter and string to make an angelic tree topper
Bring Antarctica inside by making this cute little guy and hanging him on your tree.
Turn your Christmas tree into a family tree with heirloom photos in hanging frames.
Recycle cardboard tubes and pipe cleaners into these simple yet sophisticated holiday decorations.
After the Thanksgiving pies have been eaten, turn those aluminum tins into shiny tree trimmings.
These fun, flaky folk have a lot of kid appeal as holiday ornaments, and with an ample selection of craft supplies, the variations are endless.
Celebrate the holidays with this sporty ornament that's simple to craft.
Here's a great ornament that kids can make to brighten up the Christmas tree.
This fun toy is extremely versatile and fun during the holidays for decorations -- another great Christmas ornament from Spoonful.com.
Forget about postage to the North Pole. When kids roll their wish lists onto these cute-as-a-button spools, Santa will snap to attention.
These graceful paper decorations are proof of elegance in simplicity.
Commemorate your baby's first Noel -- and each one thereafter -- with a tree ornament that's filled with handwritten recollections of the year.
Deck the Balls Holiday Ornaments
Yarn Candy Cane
Rudolph and Co. Holiday Ornaments
Family Faces Ornaments
Ribbon Candy Ornaments
Nutty Little Elves Holiday Ornaments
Cloth Candy Canes
Good Fortune Walnuts
Edible Ornament Cupcake
Candy Cane Signpost
Sparkling Ice Crystals
Colorful Christmas Cats
Mini Felted Mittens
Festive Paper Pines
Popcorn Ball Ornaments
Hanging Bell Christmas Cookies
Family Tree Ornaments
Pie Plate Ornaments
Craft-Stick Snow Clan Holiday Ornaments
Flying Bird Ornaments
Playground Ball Ornaments
Time Capsule Ornament
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