Homemade Disney Christmas Ornaments
- Homemade Disney Christmas Ornaments
- DIY Disney Princess Ornaments
- Disney Princess-Inspired Christmas Ornaments
- Easy DIY Frozen Ornaments
- DIY Frozen Christmas Ornament
- DIY Princess Elsa Ornament
- DIY Princess Anna Ornament
- Frozen Olaf Salt Dough Christmas Ornament
- Homemade Olaf Christmas Decorations
- Disney Guidemap Ornaments
- Easy Homemade Disney Ornaments
- Mickey Christmas Baubles
- Homemade Mickey Mouse Christmas Decorations
- Monsters Inc Christmas Ornament
- Disney’s Big Hero 6 – Homemade Baymax Ornament
- PomPom Fairy Garland
We are HUGE Disney fans in our family and now my daughter is old enough to really appreciate Christmas she’s desperate to have a whole tree full of Disney ornaments! Since she loves to craft too I thought I’d combine her passions and look for some homemade Disney Christmas ornaments we could make together.
I found so many fabulous ideas with everything from Mickey to Princess Elsa ornaments and they are so easy to make. So gather the family around and make an afternoon of it!
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DIY Disney Princess Ornaments
Disney Princess-Inspired Christmas Ornaments
Disney Princess-Inspired Christmas Ornaments – These Disney Princess inspired ornaments are top of our DIY list this year. Who knew you could make something so gorgeous using these simple plastic ornaments and some Pledge! And it’s a kid friendly craft too as there is no hot glue gun required.
Easy DIY Frozen Ornaments
Easy DIY Frozen Ornaments – Once you’ve mastered your Princess inspired ornaments you can create a set of Frozen decorations too!
DIY Frozen Christmas Ornament
DIY Princess Elsa Ornament
DIY Princess Anna Ornament
DIY Princess Anna Ornament – And of course where there’s an Elsa there’s an Anna right? And you could keep going and make an Olaf and a Kristoff and a Sven…
Frozen Olaf Salt Dough Christmas Ornament
Frozen Olaf Salt Dough Christmas Ornament – What a FABULOUS way of capturing in time just how small your child was when Frozen was their absolute favourite movie… by turning their footprint into an Olaf ornament!
Homemade Olaf Christmas Decorations
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Disney Guidemap Ornaments
Disney Guidemap Ornaments – We have a whole box full of Disney World guidemaps from our visits over the year and I can’t believe we never thought to do this before!
Easy Homemade Disney Ornaments
Easy DIY Disney Ornaments – These DIY Mickey ornaments are super easy to make and you can match them to your existing colour scheme.
Mickey Christmas Baubles
Mickey Christmas Baubles – If you want to add a touch of Disney to your Christmas tree while still maintaining an elegant or traditional feel you need to make some of these WONDERFUL Mickey Christmas baubles!
Homemade Mickey Mouse Christmas Decorations
Decorating with Disney – Hand sewing is a great way for kids to practice fine motor skills and hand eye co-ordination so this is a fabulous craft to do with your child. And at the end of it you’ll have some SUPER CUTE ornaments to hang on the tree!
Monsters Inc Christmas Ornament
Monsters Inc Christmas Ornament – Here’s a homemade Disney Christmas ornament craft for the boys… making a super cute Mike Wazowski from a bauble!
Disney’s Big Hero 6 – Homemade Baymax Ornament
Disney’s Big Hero 6 DIY Baymax Ornament – This Baymax ornament is incredible, and to think it all started with just a white porcelain ornament! Click through to download the template so you get his eyes just right.
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PomPom Fairy Garland
PomPom Fairy Garland – You need to use your imagination a little here because this isn’t actually a Christmas craft. But use shades of gold and green yarn and you have yourself a garland of Tinkerbells. Or lose the wings and use your favourite princess colours to make a garland of Disney princesses! It would look gorgeous hanging from the tree or the mantle piece!
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