Decorating the Christmas tree can be overwhelming especially when there are so many cute ideas out there. Whatever you choose, personalizing the tree is the best way to go because it’s meaningful and it has sentimental touches to it. Here is a simple DIY on Christmas ornaments. This is made from something you already have in your home so you won’t blow your Christmas décor budget! It’s also eco-friendly because you’re upcycling. This is a DIY you can make with friends or family. It is one that will keep your tree personal and special.
- Jar Covers (Count will vary depending on how much you want to make)
- Paint (You can choose the color(s))
- Paint brush
- Scarp paper
Start by painting the jar covers. You can paint it whatever color you choose. Make sure to thoroughly paint the top and the sides. This will be the base of the ornament. After you’ve painted the covers, let them dry.
Now, cut out the ribbons 2-4 inches long. You can cut out as many as you need. After you’ve cut the ribbon, fold the ribbons in half and glue the ends onto the top of the jar covers. Do this to all the jar cover ornaments you’re making then let them dry.
And that is it! You can make as many as you want, and you can hang them up on your tree. A unique and memorable way to upcycle those jar covers. These ornaments will give your Christmas tree that holiday and personalized touch. Plus, you can keep them for future uses. Have fun making this ornament!