DIY Twine Christmas Ornament Upcycled Holiday Decor
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DIY Twine Christmas Ornament

DIY Twine Christmas OrnamentDIY Twine Christmas Ornament

DIY Twine Christmas Ornament

Making ornaments isn't something that I have done a lot of. My kids seem to do them in school every year and bring them home which I lovingly hang on the tree. This year we had a box of ornaments that were either scratched or broken or just in general bad shape. I also had a lot of scraps and leftover things from other projects. We created this really cute DIY Twine Christmas Ornament in just minutes. They were very easy to make and in fact the kids loved making them so much that they want to make them for teachers as well.

DIY Twine Christmas OrnamentDIY Twine Christmas Ornament


Pro Tip: Reuse some scratched bulbs you may have that no longer look so pretty making this an upcycle craft. Also search for materials around the house. We always have twine. 

DIY Twine Christmas Ornament DIY Twine Christmas Ornament


  1. Apply Adhesive to your bulb
  2. Starting at the top of your bulb begin winding your twine tightly wrapping your entire bulb
  3. When finished covering your bulb apply a small amount of glue to the end piece

When it comes to how to make rustic christmas ornaments, you can get something easier or faster than these hanging twine balls. The material cost is small and they will look amazing for years. You can use old ornaments that are cracked or chipped because the jute twine easily covers up any imperfections. The glue for twine is the famous Mod Podge which has been in my home for as long as I can remember. We also have these Easy DIY Twine Wrapped Easter Eggs which are just as easy to make as this Christmas craft. We hope that you love this super easy DIY Twine Christmas Ornament. Happy crafting!

DIY Twine Christmas Ornament DIY Twine Christmas Ornament

DIY Twine Christmas Ornament

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  1. ellen beck

    You know, i remebber doing these in school- and this was way back when there was glass ornameents. Somehow the teachers and parents thought nothing of it and we diddnt die 🙂 It was actually fun, although msssy and there were broken bulbs. I think these would look the very best in a log cabin somewhere it would be pretty. I know too when we did them, some of the kids used embroidery floss for colors those were pretty too.

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