Create your own designer-style ornaments without the high-end price tag! The colorblock trend has been around for a while, but Cassie of Hi Sugarplum! uses it to spice up plain white ornaments with gold spray paint.
We bet you can't make just one of these pretty paper ornaments from How About Orange! Jessica gets creative with color, or you could add a touch of bling to your origami diamond ornament with a dusting of glitter.
Nothing says Christmas quite like the candy and cookies that ring in the holiday season. That's why we love Mindy's adorable French macaron ornaments! Follow the easy tutorial at Creative Juice to create a delicacy you can hang on the tree.
There's something about oversize, old-fashioned Christmas lights that makes us nostalgic -- and that's why we love these retro fabric Christmas lights found at Kojo Designs. Follow the supereasy tutorial, and you'll be whipping up a strand of lights for your tree in no time!
Forget the milk and cookies -- this year Santa will have his eye on these delicious DIY doughnut ornaments! Kelly from Studio DIY cooked up these cute ornaments that look good enough to eat using a doughnut pan, Plaster of Paris, and paint.
These silver and gold ornament clusters add instant glam to any holiday decor! Gwen from The Makerista uses inexpensive plastic ornaments to make the project simple, quick, and kid-friendly.
Nautical or nice? This holiday season, learn to make these adorable sailboat ornaments by Kim at Sand and Sisal -- a perfect gift for any seafaring enthusiast!
With their dreamy ruffles and frills, these adorable ornaments from Simply Notable exude girlish charm. Armed with basic sewing know-how, it's easy to follow Carli's step-by-step guide to create the perfect ruffled ornament.
What could look more darling than a felt fir tree dangling from the branches of your Christmas tree? How about a whole forest of felt firs! Amy of This Heart of Mine constructed her ornaments using a minimalist palette of creams and oatmeals, but any color combo would be equally lovely.
For an ornament that can double as a gift tag, check out Lexy's DIY clay ornaments at The Proper Blog. These ornaments are basic yet beautiful, and the glitter paint adds a subtle sheen that will look lovely in the light of your Christmas tree.
Enchanting and frothy like seafoam floating on ocean waves, these ornaments bring coastal charm to any home decor. Kim of Sand and Sisal shows how easy it is to create sea glass ornaments using just basic crafts supplies.
We love these sweet snow scenes dreamed up by Ashlee at My So Called Crafty Life. She uses cardstock and plastic wineglasses turned upside down to make mini winter wonderlands.
Enliven your Christmas tree by replicating these bold beaded tassel ornaments from Sew DIY. Beth used these hot-hue crafts to perk up a plain white tree.