That’s it! We made it to the last week of DIY ornaments. This week is for those times you realize you forgot a little something for the host or hostess with the mostess. Here are some great last minute DIY ornaments from some great bloggers, to save you in jiffy.
These clothespin snowflake ornaments from Leanne at Organize and Decorate Everything will do the trick with a little glue and spray paint you have a cute gift for anyone.
Leanne also came up with this, and it is one of my absolute favorites!!!! Add glitter to a skeleton key and it is so cute, add a tag that says Santa Key and it is down right irresistible!
Jenna at Jenna Burger Design added some gold lettering to plain Christmas bulbs with a Sharpie! How simple is that? Multiple bulbs with different Christmas messages could make a great addition to a basket of goodies.
Lindsay at My Creative Days made this melted snowman ornament with things I’m sure you already have in your pantry!
These mini Jello mold ornaments are so fun and vintage looking! I know Vidya is kicking herself that she left that third mold at the thrift store.
Anastasia Vintage made these little beauties with some left over fabric. I absolutely love them and their cool victorian feel.
It’s a very pom pom Christmas with Charlotte at Ciburbanity. These are so fun and colorful, they will catch your eye on any tree.
Nancy has lots of ideas for quick ornaments over at Artsy Chicks Rule. This is one of my favorites because you can use a sea shell or sand dollar that you picked up on vacation or on a special beach trip with the family.
Clear, unbreakable bulbs are perfect to fill and decorate. Tastefully Frugal made this monogrammed version with some rustic charm.
We have all lost some Scrabble tiles along the way. For the ones you can still find, Typically Simple shows you how to make personalized ornaments.
If you have some left over Christmas cards, or the batch that people sent you last year, you can make these paper ornaments from C.R.A.F.T.
This is one of those “Why didn’t I think of that?” moments. Check out this twine candy cane from Atta Girl Says.
And finally, our last DIY ornament of the season! Two Purple Couches brings us this snazzed up owl ornament. Alone the owls are cute, but turn them into sweetly nestled owls sharing a branch, and they are just too darling for words.