Homemade Ornaments : Wrap and glue ornaments

Homemade Ornaments : Wrap and glue ornaments
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Homemade Ornaments : Foil wrapped ornaments kids can make

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Engage in simple Christmas crafts for kids making these simple ornaments with foil!

It’s December and I know many of you are fully wrapped in the Holiday spirit. Isn’t it such a jolly time? and the ONLY time people tend to use the word “jolly”? For a jolly good crafting time with your littles, try this super easy ornament craft. { Don’t forget our earlier Christmas Hearts Tree craft, Christmas Wreath craft and our Sparkly Christmas Hats craft.}

For these beautiful homemade ornaments kids can make you will need

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Gold Foil Homemade ornaments

Silver Foil Homemade ornaments

Craft SticksHomemade ornaments

White GlueHomemade ornaments
materials for christmas crafts ornamens I mostly created these homemade ornaments with my 5 year old. The process has only 2 steps, but the wrapping stage may be a little bit tricky for younger kids. My 5 year old did this with very minimal help. I set out the materials and invited her to make “stars”. She is very psyched about learning to draw a 5 pointed star without removing her hand from the paper. Getting to make a star ornament was very exciting for her and to top it all it was a gold star! We are in ” everything should be golden colored” phase now.

  • Apply glue to the reverse side of the gold foil paper
  • Wrap it taut around a thin craft stick
  • Seal it and make sure all the ends are closed.
  • Arrange the craft sticks in your desired shape
  • Glue the pieces together using white glue

process ornament making My gold and silver foil paper look a bit different because I did not purchase them here in the United States. But any gold foil wrapper available at craft stores or even solid gold foil wrapping paper should work for these homemade ornaments Christmas craftsgolden sticks Making the star shape was fun and to be told that her homemade ornament will go on top of the tree was met with big squeals and wide grins. making a star ornament So we did not stop with the gold. Bring on the silver and we made a cute snow flake. Regular kitchen foil will work for the snowflake. If you want to go fancy, you can choose a wide variety of craft silver foil available in the market.homemade made christmas crafts ornamets

Pretty simple huh? Wrap and glue ornaments

Homemade ornaments by kids Foil wrap stars

Feel free to pin these images.

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Did you like this Christmas craft and ornament making activity? Then this book would be a PERFECT fit for you.

This wonderful ebook has 30 easy ornament making ideas with affordable supplies.
A convenient tool to have when you have enough things to accomplish around the Holidays. This book saves you a lot of time when you don’t have time to browse through Pinterest for ornament making ideas. Each project comes with a handy list of supplies needed.
Each project is shared on one page  which makes it easy to be used as a printable in classroom projects.
 Many of the ideas are perfectly suitable for Christmas Fair Fundraising items and have been “tried and tested” by readers over the years.
Affordable price $7.99

Not the crafting type? That’s ok! I bet you know someone who loves making Christmas crafts and ornaments and probably has the tree up now! Why don’t you spread the joy and present them with this fabulous book? 

What are you waiting for? Click on the image and purchase and download the book and get CRAFTING with your family.

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More Christmas crafts and homemade ornaments ideas on our Pinterest board!

Check out these homemade Christmas card ideas on our blog.

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Thanks for reading.

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1 Comment

  1. Pallie Spadafino

    When my kids were young we used to use Juice bottle caps wrapped this way with one of their pictures cut out and placed in the inside of the cap. The picture covered the edges of the foil. We glued a ribbon that had been tied in a bow around a bottle cap for a hanger, When the ribbon was slid off of the cap we glued the knot area to the top and the leftover circle made a nice hanger. This made a nice personal gift for many family members and the kids have a set of their own which gave them a start on their own Christmas tree ornaments when they left home.

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