For those of you who love Christmas DIYs this year, today I’m showing you some super simple and affordable DIYs. A great project to customize your tree or other area with ornaments. Ornaments come in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes you want a particular color or sheen, or you want to change the look of your tree in the past. This DIY is perfect for you.You can buy decorations like all these I shared [HERE], but you can actually add more if you need a lot. This DIY can be done for free as you may already have the items on hand. Take a look at how we incorporated these DIY mat ornaments into one of our Christmas trees. Also, think about how you can repurpose old ornaments that you don’t have attachments to, or match them with a particular color or style to fit your space.
It’s common for people to add sentimental ornaments every year or turn special family trips into ornaments.Usually they fill your tree completely.To match your style this year, this DIY Mat ornaments are perfect for filling your tree. I started decorating this Christmas tree in my back living room and realized it wasn’t getting the eclectic look I wanted, so I started to struggle, but I didn’t have the budget to go out and buy all the new ornaments. Not really. I had to be crafty. I used white craft paint. Any craft paint will work for this project. I mixed in a little bit of baking soda to get a matte finish and a little texture.If you don’t want a matte finish, you can easily paint these ornaments with just craft paint. pack of clear ornaments (Link) to do this craft, but if you have old decorations that are heading towards your donation pile, check to see if they’re suitable for this project.
What I love about these ornaments is that I custom selected the white to a perfect warm white that fits my style and space.The matte gold and red look great on the tree.You are can Done and call it a day…but why do it when you can make it a little more eclectic.found a lot vintage ribbon (Link) and they thought it would add the perfect softness texture to this project and our tree. Just put it on and you have just the right amount of funky, eclectic vintage vibes.
We incorporated other ornaments into the space, turning vintage Santa Garland cards into ornaments. I am really happy with the look of this tree. I hope you enjoy this simple little DIY mat ornament project. This project adds a little personal touch to your tree. It’s also a great project for kids at home. Sometimes what you have in front of you is the simplest project. Thanks for stopping by the blog today and every other day, it really means the world to us.
xx Liz Marie