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Natural Christmas Ornaments

Updated on November 24, 2015
Natural Christmas tree
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For a nature lover or an avid crafter, these do-it-yourself Christmas ornaments will be sure to delight your family and friends this holiday season. Bring elements of the outdoors inside to create a festive look for your evergreen.


Owl Ornaments


Hot glue acorns, pine cones, grass, seeds, and twigs together to form cute owls.



Orange Slice Ornaments

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Thread dried orange slices, cinnamon sticks, and nuts onto string to create fragrant ornaments.



Spray Painted Leaf Ornaments

Spray painted leaf ornaments
Spray painted leaf ornaments | Source


Spray paint dried leaves to create ornate decorations for the tree.



Seashells Ornaments


Save shells from a beach trip to create these unique ornaments. Wash the sand off and then attach loops of ribbon with a hot glue gun.



Wood Ornaments

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Use a wood burning kit to create detailed tree designs on log slices.



Nature-filled Glass Ornaments

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Fill clear glass ornaments with things found outdoors, such as moss or mistletoe. You can also fill them with dried fruit like cranberries for a burst of color.



Tree Bark Ornaments

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Hot glue pieces of bark together to create a star. Use a marker to trace inside a cookie cutter and then cut out your shape. Attach a loop of twine to complete your ornament.



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    • Ebower profile imageAUTHOR

      Erin Bower 

      4 years ago from Georgia

      carter06: I think the glass ornaments are my favorite, because you can put almost anything inside of them. Thanks for sharing!

      younghopes: Thank you!

      nattokinasehealth: My family uses a plastic tree, too, but I think real Christmas trees are so beautiful. Thanks for reading!

    • nattokinasehealth profile image

      Andy James 

      4 years ago

      That is a lovely tree, a lot better than the plastic trimmed tree in most homes, including my own...i'm taking notes!

    • younghopes profile image

      Shadaan Alam 

      4 years ago from India

      So pretty, i have never seen such ornaments before, voted up and shared

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      Mary 

      4 years ago from Cronulla NSW

      Oh wow Erin! I really love HubPages @ Xmas time because of hubs like this one..so many fab ideas..love those glass ornaments.. & the orange /cinnamon/ nut ones have got to be so enticing..gotta tweet/pin & share

      Cheers

    • Ebower profile imageAUTHOR

      Erin Bower 

      4 years ago from Georgia

      poetryman6969: Thank you! Yes, I'm sure the sweet smells of orange slices and cinnamon would blend nicely with the Christmas tree smell.

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      poetryman6969 

      4 years ago

      I like the notion of a Christmas tree ornament that smells good. Very cool

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