One of the most popular, most-viewed projects on Create & Babble are my DIY Glittery Christmas Ornaments. I’ve made plenty of different types of ornaments since those, but none have come close to reaching the same level of popularity as those Believe ornaments! They were my first viral post!
Today is the 6th Day of the 12 Days of Christmas Series and the subject is Christmas Ornaments. I’ve already shared how to use Chalk Couture to make these wooden tag ornaments:
And these chipboard ornaments I made with the Cricut Maker:
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It’s Day 6 and we are sharing DIY Ornament Ideas!
Day 1 – Wreaths / Day 2 – Handmade Gifts / Day 3 – Christmas Countdown Calendars / Day 4 – Kids Christmas Crafts / Day 5 – Party Food
How to Make Christmas Ornaments with Chalk Couture
Since I have not been able to create another Christmas ornament that generates the same enthusiasm as that Believe ornament, I’m not even going to try.
yes, I will.
How do you like these???
I made these pretty ornaments with the same Chalk Couture transfer (Mini Holiday Icons) that I used on the chipboard ornaments and the wooden tag ornaments. I love that Chalk Couture transfers are reusable!!!! It’s so fast and so simple. You simply lay down the reusable transfer on the ornament, smooth out the wrinkles, squeegee on some chalkology paste and remove the transfer! That’s it! It doesn’t get any easier. Once the Chalkology Paste is dry, it is NOT smudgable but it will come off with water. It can be made permanent with a coat of sealer over top.
You may also enjoy these other Chalk Couture projects:
Scroll down for many more DIY Ornament Ideas for your holiday season!
Marie InteriorFrugalista says
These are super cute, Jeanie and once again chalk couture makes another beautiful DIY holiday decor item. Finger’s crossed they come to Canada soon.
Super Mom - No Cape! says
All your ornaments are sooo pretty!
All of the ornaments are so pretty! The believe is my favorite!
Chas Greener says
These are so elegant, simple, and cute. Love them. Thanks for sharing.
Jo (A Rose Tinted World) says
What a beautiful idea. Incredibly pretty and effective.
How do I get chalk couture transfers
I love them
These are super cute, Jeanie and once again chalk couture makes another beautiful DIY holiday decor item. Finger’s crossed they come to Canada soon. I love that Chalk Couture transfers are reusable!!!! It’s so fast and so simple. You simply lay down the reusable transfer on the ornament, smooth out the wrinkles, squeegee on some chalk ology paste and remove the transfer.
These are so cute, JEANIE and once again Chalk Capture makes another beautiful DIY holiday decoration item. Crossing the line, they soon come to Canada. I love that the Chalk Kutcher transfer is reusable !!!! It’s very fast and easy. You can easily lay reusable transfers on jewelry, smooth out wrinkles, squeeze on some chalk paste and remove transfers. I have made a lot of different types of jewelry since then, but no one has reached that level of popularity in terms of ornaments.
Its origins are probably in the winter celebrations long before the beginning of Christianity. Decorate trees for people in the winter, or use plants and trees that are green every year. Holiday season – or recipes, traditions, and folklore for the rest of the year. Try the Three Kings Bread, Pool de Posada, Christmas Pumpkin Pumpkin Pie, White Wine Batting Sauce with Christmas Turkey, and lots of flavors! Gives a great gift.