We made these awesome Jack Skellington ornaments to add to our Disney inspired Christmas ornaments this year–they’re so fun and super easy, too!
Jack Skellington Ornaments
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have SO MUCH FUN making custom ornaments with the kiddo. There’s just something so cool about sitting down and letting the creative juices flow while we’re working together. And one of our most recent funtimes resulted in these awesome Christmas decorations for our tree. And they’re Nightmare Before Christmas, per the kid’s request, which is AWESOME. I’m raising such a cool kid. LOL!
In all seriousness, though, these easy free printable templates for Christmas ornaments are the perfect ornament for kids to make. There’s no glass ornament to break, nothing to try to jam into a Christmas ball..a much more safe and fun holiday ornament, for sure. And, you end up with super cute tree decorations you can give as gifts in an envelope without worrying about shipping glass Christmas ornaments, even!
There’s seriously no reason not to love these easy Jack Skellington Christmas ornaments. Grab your satin ribbon and let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Christmas Tree Ornaments inspired by tim Burton the nightmare before Christmas
- Click here to get the free printable template for these Jack Skellington ornaments.
- At some point, I’ll make a matching set of Sally Minnie Mouse ornaments, but for now, you’ll just have to be content with these Jack ornaments.
- You can definitely take these on your Disney cruise or to the Disney parks to decorate your door with–they’d make awesome fish extender gifts.
- If you DO want these to be ball ornaments, you can always use just the Santa beard and hat or the ears, hot glue them to the ball, then mod podge the eyes and mouth on (I’ll get you a free SVG at some point, but that point is not today…LOL!).
How Do I Make Jack Skellington Christmas Ornaments?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- Construction Paper (or cardstock)
- Twine or Ribbon
- Printable Templates
- Download and print out the templates.
- Cut out all the pieces of the template.
- Glue each of the pieces together to make your Jack.
- Coat the ears in glue, then sprinkle some black glitter onto the Mickey ears.
- Glue a loop of twine or ribbon to the back of each ornament.
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More Mickey Inspired Ornaments You Might Like
- Mickey and Minnie Wreath Ornaments – I can’t get over how cute these beautiful grapevine wreath ornaments are–and so super easy, too!
- Disney SVG Ornament Collection – A whole set of cute ornaments you can make with these free SVG files for Cricut or Silhouette.
- Maleficent and Aurora Ornaments – More free printable templates for some of your favorite Disney characters right here…hint hint…
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