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DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments : Wood Slice Ornaments

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Oh my vintage loving heart…it really goes into overdrive during the holiday season. It seems as though this year is really is beating for all things vintage as we prep the house for the holidays. These DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments made from wood slices aren’t just too cute for words, they are SO EASY.

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DIY Vintage Christmas DIY Ornaments from Wood Slices

colorful vintage wood slice ornament ideas

How cute would these be hanging on mason jar gifts or even gift boxes? They can be used as actual Christmas Tree ornaments or you can certainly use them as gift tags.

See how to make your own DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments from wood slices so you can have plenty in time for the holiday season. You can find everything you need at your local craft or even Amazon, so you don’t have to leave home if you don’t want to!

wood slice ornament supplies

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DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments Supplies

You can find these items at your local craft store, or click on certain items to be taken to the Amazon link. For the vintage inspired paper, you really have a ton of options! You can use reproduction vintage wrapping paper, or even scrapbook paper. You may also be able to find old/reproduction Christmas cards which can also be used.

I used these vintage inspired Christmas paper sheets found on Amazon for around $6. You can find your own set here. If you can’t find wood slices, I did find a reasonable set on Amazon here.

wood slice ornament supplies with kitten fabric on wooden slice

How to Make Vintage Christmas Ornaments

1. Start by placing the wood slice over your paper of choice. Trace around it with a pencil.

2. Cut out the tracing. Trim it to fit the top of your wood slice.

3. Glue the decorative paper to the wood slice. Smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles.

4. Now you get to add the trim. We used a pom pom type ribbon. Measure the ribbon to fit around the wood slice.

5. Snip and glue the ribbon to the wood. Hold in place until secure.

Flonz vintage papers for Christmas ornaments

Now all you have to do is create a hanger for your wood slice ornaments. To do this just cut a length of ribbon, tie it into a loop, and glue it to the back of the wood slice.

You now have an easy way to hang your DIY Vintage Christmas Wood Slice Ornaments!

Just look at all of the cute ways you can decorate these…

close up of edge of Christmas ornament with ribbon

With so many vintage inspired wrapping paper and greeting cards out there, just think of all the different designs you can make. Whether using these as vintage inspired Christmas ornaments or just gift tags, they are sure to make the holidays merry.

I hope you will give these DIY vintage Christmas ornaments using wood slices a try, and check out some of the other vintage inspired Christmas crafts we have been working on!

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DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments: Wood Slice Ornaments

Oh my vintage loving heart...it really goes into overdrive during the holiday season. It seems as though this year is really is beating for all things vintage as we prep the house for the holidays. These DIY Vintage Christmas Ornaments made from wood slices aren't just too cute for words, they are SO EASY.

Materials

  • Wood Slices
  • Pom Pom, Yarn, or Ribbon trim
  • Vintage Inspired Wrapping Paper or Scrapbook Paper

Tools

  • Craft Glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil

Instructions

    1. Start by placing the wood slice over your paper of choice. Trace around it with a pencil.
    2. Cut out the tracing. Trim it to fit the top of your wood slice.
    3. Glue the decorative paper to the wood slice. Smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles.
    4. Now you get to add the trim. We used a pom pom type ribbon. Measure the ribbon to fit around the wood slice.
    5. Snip and glue the ribbon to the wood. Hold in place until secure.
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