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Browse through this collection of unique Christmas tree ornaments you can make using little more than old puzzle pieces. You can make Christmas tree, reindeer, snowflakes and many other designs.
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Simple Cardboard Ornaments
You can probably find everything to make these ornaments in your kitchen cupboards and your craft closet. Grab some cardboard that was headed to the recycling bin, scissors, and some paint and you are on your way to making several different ornaments.
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CD Photo Ornament Craft
This tutorial teaches you how to turn an old CD into a shiny ornament that features a picture of your favorite person or pet.
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Christmas Tree Light Reindeer Ornament
This fun recycling project was shared by Rain, the Spruce DIY Fashion Expert. Read through this instruction sheet and learn how to make an adorable reindeer out of a burned out Christmas light.Continue to 5 of 24 below.
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Clay Pot Christmas Bell CraftDiscover how easy it is to create a fancy Christmas bell ornament out of an old clay flower pot.
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Clothespin Angel Craft
Learn how you can use old clothespins and a few craft supplies to make fun angel crafts. Here is a how-to video that shows you how to make a similar angel craft.
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This elegant poinsettia is made using a dozen old fashioned clothespins. All you need from your craft cupboard is some paint, glue, and some beads. These are wonderful ornaments, and you can use them to decorate packages or hang in the window.
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Cristy's Pine Cone Angel Craft
This pine cone angel has a wonderful natural feel. It's so easy to make that you can craft several in one sitting.Continue to 9 of 24 below.
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Grinch in Chimney Ornament
Follow these instructions and transform an empty film container or pill bottle into a cool Grinch ornament.
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This adorable penguin ornament is sporting a fancy, red stocking hat. Learn how to make the hat along with the entire penguin with this tutorial.
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Coat a burned out light bulb with a few layers of paper mache to create this cute reindeer ornament.
12 of 24No Christmas would be complete without Santa and no Christmas tree would be complete without this Santa ornament.Continue to 13 of 24 below.
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Light Bulb Snowman
This roly-poly snowman will look perfect hanging from a branch on your Christmas tree or anywhere else.
14 of 24You won't believe how easy it is to add the texture to this paper mached snowman's face.
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Max the Dog Ornament CraftLearn how you can use a paper bag to make this adorable Christmas tree ornament that looks like the Grinch's dog, Max.
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Mini Domed Ornament Craft
Follow these instructions and learn how you can turn a plastic knee-high stocking or gumball machine container into a great Christmas tree ornament.Continue to 17 of 24 below.
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Mouse in a Cup CraftThese direction explain how you can use a medicine cup and some pom-poms or cotton balls to make a tiny mouse that is perched in a cup.
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Photo Ornament How-To VideoWatch this craft video and learn how to make a couple different Christmas tree ornaments using photos.
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Pine Cone Angel CraftHave every member of the family create their own heavenly angel using a pine cone and this tutorial.
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Pine Cone Tree Ornament
Discover how easy it is to dress up a pine cone to look like a miniature Christmas tree. Make a variety of these tiny trees to hang on your large tree.Continue to 21 of 24 below.
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Sand Paper Gingerbread Man Ornament
Download and print out the gingerbread man pattern or try out your own. The sandpaper used in this craft gives it a nice texture, plus it's perfect for scraping a cinnamon stick across to make your faux cookie smell sweet.
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Follow these instructions to make simple yet elegant pine cone Christmas tree ornaments. You can also watch this how-to video for another way to make a glitter pine cone.
23 of 24Recycle plastic cups by using markers and your oven to turn them into stained glass ornaments.
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Toilet Paper Roll DrumThis miniature drum is made using mainly half of a toilet paper roll and some felt. Thrown in some ribbon details and some drum sticks made out of toothpicks and your drum will be complete.