This DIY Santa Ornament is an easy craft project to make, and will look beautiful on your Christmas tree.
This simple Christmas ornament craft is such a fun and festive way to decorate to celebrant the season. Made using supplies from Dollar Tree, each ornament costs less than $1 to make. No need to update your Christmas shopping list with pricey tree ornaments when you can make these cute and festive ones instead!
How do you fill clear Christmas ornaments?
Clear round Christmas ornaments like the one used in this project are actually quite simple to fill. You can fill them carefully, right from the bag of decorative glitter balls, or you can use a small funnel, to make the process even easier.
When decorating a tree what goes on first?
You will always put the lights on first when you decorate your tree for Christmas. Once the lights are on, you can add the ornaments, garland, and picks in whichever order you would like. Some people find it easier to do garland last, and arrange it around the ornaments.
Is it bad luck to take your Christmas tree down before New Year’s?
When it comes to superstitions, it is said that you should take your tree down before midnight on New Year’s Eve, so that you will not have bad luck in the new year. However, January 5th is the 12th day of Christmas, so many people choose to gain their closure on this day.
What will I need to make my diy Santa ornaments?
You can get all of the supplies that you will need to make these diy Santa ornament from Dollar Tree. However, I have added links to supplies on Amazon below, since many of us are shopping from home this year.
- Plastic ball ornament
- Small decorative glitter balls
- Black ribbon – ¼ inch thick
- Gold washi tape (1/4 inch – 1/2 inch wide)
- Glue dots
You should also check out some of our other popular Christmas crafts.