Making these simple Dollar Tree Christmas ornaments from wood blocks was a great Christmas craft with the kiddo!
Dollar Tree Christmas Ornaments from Wood Blocks
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I do a lot of really adult-level crafting. But sometimes the kiddo wants to get involved and make something with me. So we decided to make these simple Dollar Tree Christmas ornaments from wood blocks.
A super easy craft, I could have let the kiddo do it all on her own, even, but she wanted the “together time” so we crafted as a team. Between us, I think we made a dozen of these in about 30 minutes. So, grab a paintbrush and let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This DIY Christmas Ornament
- Don’t feel constrained by the words I chose to paint on the ornaments. I mean, anything works – the year, Santa, Joy, whatever.
- If you can’t find the little blocks at your Dollar Tree (they’re in the kids/toys section), you can grab some here. They’re just little blocks, which you can easily cut from a 2×4 if you wanted to even.
- As far as decorations, I found these adorable little bows with bells already on them, but you could use ribbon to make your own bows, add a tiny poinsettia flower, or anything – these would look adorable even without an embellishment.
How Do I Make Dollar Tree Christmas Ornaments from Wood Blocks?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More DIY Christmas Ornaments You Might Like
- Hot Cocoa Felt Ornament – So easy and an adorable ornament for anyone that loves hot cocoa and unique Christmas crafts!
- No-Sew Mitten Ornament – Mittens are a fun little winter addition to the tree and this no-sew craft is fun.
- Letter to Santa Ornament – Let your kiddo write a letter to Santa and hang it on the tree to remember forever!
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