Easy Christmas Ornament Ideas with Martha Stewart Crafts

Thank you to the editors of Martha Stewart Living for sponsoring this Easy Christmas Ornament Ideas post as part of the #12MonthsofMartha program! I received product in exchange for this project; however, all opinions are my own. Check out these fun and easy handmade Christmas ornament ideas made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

Hi friends! Time for another FUN #12MonthsofMartha project and this month it’s ALL about Christmas! Did you see the goodie box FULL of Martha Stewart Crafts Christmas products this month? Check it out on Instagram here! Christmas crafting is the best, so I was so excited to get my hands on all the crafty goodness. And since we’re having so much fun with our Trim Your Tree Handmade Ornament series, I thought I’d share MORE easy Christmas ornament ideas with you today!

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Check out this fun and easy handmade Chalkboard Snowflake Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

Christmas Ornament Ideas: Chalkboard Snowflake Ornament

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  1. Paint the top of the wood slice with chalkboard paint and let dry.
  2. Let the paint dry and cure for 24 hours.
  3. Secure snowflake stencil on top of wood slice with stencil tape.
  4. Using dauber, apply a light layer of white satin paint to stencil, for a chalkboard effect.
  5. Attach twine to the back of the wood slice for hanging.

Check out how to make this fun and easy handmade Chalkboard Snowflake Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

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Check out this fun and easy handmade Candy Cane Striped Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

Christmas Ornament Ideas: Candy Striped Ornament

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  1. Paint the paper mache ornament with the white satin paint and let dry.
  2. Arrange patterning tape on top of the ornament, making thin stripes.
  3. Paint the ornament with the red satin paint and remove patterning tape while wet.
  4. Allow to dry and you’re done!

Check out how to make this fun and easy handmade Candy Cane Striped Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

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Check out this fun and easy handmade Framed Saying Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

Christmas Ornament Ideas: Candy Striped Ornament

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  1. Cut a piece of paper to back the wooden frame ornament.
  2. Attach paper to the frame with hot glue.
  3. Add sticker to the paper, inside the frame and you’re done!

Check out how to make this fun and easy handmade Framed Saying Christmas ornament made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

And there you have it – three very fun and easy Christmas ornament ideas with Martha Stewart Crafts! Which one is your favorite? I don’t know if I can pick!

Check out these fun and easy handmade Christmas ornament ideas made with #MarthaStewartCrafts! #12MonthsofMartha

Now they’re all hung and nestled in on our Christmas tree for all to enjoy! If you enjoy these handmade ornaments, be sure to check out ALL the Handmade Ornaments in our Trim Your Tree series!

Trim Your Tree Handmande Ornament Series

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Kimberly Sneed
Hi, I'm Kimberly! A working mom, wife to my best friend and mother to two adorable boys. By day I'm a project manager and list-maker extraordinaire, and by night I attempt to make our house a home. I enjoy crafting/DIY, decorating, photography, thrifting and love to share my creative adventures with you!
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Comments

  1. Those all look super fun and simple! Love me some Martha Stewart crafts. I just got her glass etching kit to attempt some Christmas presents.
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  2. Love them all especially the striped ornament. Super cute!! I love Martha Stewart’s line.

  3. Lovely post….thankyou! I’ve posted on how to make lovely Flower Headbands for christmas on my blog!!

  4. such cute decorative stuff :)
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