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Trim the Tree: Beautiful Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Our Trim the Tree Party is all wrapped up. Check out these beautiful handmade Christmas ornaments. You’ll love these ideas for decorating your tree!

15 Beautiful Handmade Ornaments to Decorate Your Tree

Over the past week, Jennifer from Clean & Scentsible has been hosting a fabulous Trim the Tree Party. I stopped by her blog on Thursday to share one of the new additions to our Christmas tree this year, icy twig sprays (a great way to add some sparkle to your tree while filling in those bare spots).

DIY Decorative Twig Spray Ornament for Your Christmas Tree

Beautiful Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Looking for some new ways to decorate your tree this year? I’m thrilled to be in such good company with these DIY ornament ideas.

15 Beautiful Handmade Christmas Ornaments

From left to right, they are:

Mini Embroidery Hoop Ornaments from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Mason Jar Lid Ornaments from Suburble
Feather Snowflakes from Thoughts from Alice
Chalkboard Printable Ornament from A Pumpkin and a Princess
Yarn Ball Ornaments from Shades of Blue Interiors
Icy Twig Sprays from Satori Design for Living
Glitter Snowflakes from Town and Country Living
Driftwood Sailboat Ornaments from Finding Silver Pennies
Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflakes from Clean and Scentsible
Gold Wreath Ornament from Bombshell Bling
Frosted Cranberry Ornament from The Yellow Bliss Road
Mini Mason Jar Ornaments from A Night Owl
Glitter Dipped Pinecones, Feathers, and Cotton from Nest of Posies
Gift Box Ornaments from It’s Always Autumn

More Christmas Tree Ornament Ideas

Of course, I have other Christmas tree ornaments you can make too. Gather your supplies early in the season and have fun!

If you’re drawn to natural looking tree decor, these wood bead wreath ornaments are perfect. Use them to adorn gifts too!

Mini Wood Bead Wreath With Fresh Greenery and Plaid Red Ribbon on Christmas Gift

I think these snowy bottle brush tree ornaments are my favourites. I love how they reflect the Christmas tree lights.

Snowy Bottle Brush Tree Ornaments

These log slice chalkboard ornaments are so versatile and simple to make. Use them as Christmas tree decorations, gift decorations, place card holders and more.

DIY Wood Slice Chalkboard Christmas Tree Ornaments

I love the sparkle these jingle bell wreath ornaments add to any tree. I plan on making more in gold.

Silver Jingle Bell Wreath Ornaments

Which ornament do you plan on making first? Off to make some now!

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Happy decorating!

Shauna at Satori Design for Living Blog - Home Decor, DIY, Vintage Finds, Recipes


  1. Our favourite holiday tradition is stringing popcorn to use as the garland to decorate the Christmas Tree

  2. We love going to downtown Seattle and seeing all the holiday decorations, from the Macy’s windows to the Holiday Carousel!

  3. Favourite tradition is having a beautiful massive breakfast brunch spread with my immediate family on Christmas morning. With champagne of course!

  4. loving waking up early, opening presents, eating a huge breakfast and then lounging around in our pjs watching Christmas movies all day

  5. We eat an entire panettone for breakfast Christmas morning while opening gifts. Not sure how that one started, but it’s a tradition now!

  6. I love my family’s Christmas morning traditions! Stockings, start the turkey, breakfast, and let the present opening begin! So fun!

  7. I love selecting and decorating my tree every year with my daughter and granddaughter… it’s our special time together while they’re here for Thanksgiving.

  8. My favorite holiday tradition is gathering with the kids and grandkid christmas eve to open just one gift from each other..but not any from santa

  9. My favourite holiday tradition is watching National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation after setting up the tree.

  10. Putting our outdoor Christmas Lights up, it’s a family affair and it’s always fun seeing our hard work pay afterwards!

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