Christmas is on the way but I guess most of you would spent quiet Christmas with only family members at home. It’s not festive enough but it can be fun preparing Christmas most of your time at home. You can do some online Christmas shopping or you can make your own Christmas decorations. Some DIY Christmas sign, Christmas wreath, Christmas tag, Christmas wrap and even some DIY Christmas Tree ornaments; like this one I’m going to show you know on How to make an Easy DIY Christmas Tree Ornament With Lace. And for younger kids, they can spent their time with Christmas activities printables, like Christmas coloring, word search and so on.
I made this DIY Christmas Tree Ornament With Lace and popsicle sticks in a very easy steps. I know that you will have to make more different Christmas ornament for a Christmas tree to look great. So, why spend too much time in making such difficult and time consuming tree ornaments while you can make some easy and quick DIY Christmas Ornaments. It’s easy supplies to find and inexpensive too; so, let’s find out the complete list of material you would be needing for this easy Christmas project.
Things To Prepare
My Lace Christmas tree ornament is made from simply popsicle sticks and a lace. So, it’s a super easy Christmas craft to do. Here are the complete short list of supplies you need to prepare for this super easy Christmas DIY:
- Ice sticks
- White lace
- flower ornaments
- UHU clear glue and wood glue
How To Make
It doesn’t take too much time to make this Christmas tree ornament from ice sticks and lace, so you can make them in many creative way. You can use it for your own tree or as a Christmas gift to your loved ones. Here are the easy steps to make my DIY Christmas ornament :
1. Line up up the popsicle sticks to make a little plank. Secure the back with two more ice sticks and glue it with wood glue. Don’t forget to insert a red string on the back of the plank as the ornament hanger. Let it dry and firm.
2. Paint the plank with red paint. Wait until it’s dry before you continue to next step.
3. Get a lace and start to make a zig zag pattern of a Christmas tree. Secure the middle lacey tree with clear glue. Let it dry.
4. Add some decorations on top of the lace Christmas tree and on the bottom of it. Glue it with clear glue and wait until it’s completely dry. Then you can hang the lacey Christmas ornament on your Christmas tree.
The great thing about making this easy Christmas tree ornament is that you can share it as a gift to friends and families as a little Christmas gift. Use your creativity to have a different colors and decorations added to this Lace Christmas tree ornament. Have fun making it!
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6 thoughts on “Easy DIY Christmas Tree Ornament With Lace”
That is such a creative idea Mel. Very pretty too.
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Thank you so much! I really love the white lace against the red popsicle sticks. Have a lovely day!
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These are so cute and so simple, I love it!
Beautiful! Love how you used the lace to make the tree and the white against the red looks amazing 😁. I hope you had a lovely week and wishing you a happy weekend! Hugs, Jo x
Mel, may you and your loved ones have a blessed Christmas time. Many thanks for your creative posts shared on the Blogger’s Pit Stop during 2020. We start back on the 8th of January and look forward to what you have to share in 2021.
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Thank you so much Kathleen! Can’t wait to link up again next year. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!