I have noticed that rustic ornaments are one of the new trends for Christmas 2015 and therefore, I’ve asked my friend Donni from MagicOnions.com to take you through a wonderful tutorial for how to make ornaments out of wood.  These unique wood Christmas ornaments can be made from trees in your own backyard!  They will look especially wonderful on woodland inspired Christmas trees.

unique wood christmas ornaments

Learn how to make unique wood Christmas ornaments!

Materials Needed to Make these wood Christmas Ornaments:

– Birch wood slices (cut your own or find them at your local craft store or on Etsy.com)

– Christmas stamps (found at your local craft store)

– Stamp ink (found at your local craft store)

– Pretty Christmas-inspired ribbon

– A hand drill


Steps to make these wood Christmas Ornaments:

Use the drill to drill a hole in each wood slice. This is so that you will be able to hang your ornament on your Christmas tree with ribbon.


Use the stamps and ink to stamp fun Holiday sentiments onto each wood slice.




Make pretty bows with festive Christmas ribbon to hang your rustic ornaments on your tree.




I think these are very rustic and unique wood Christmas ornaments!  If you liked this tutorial, you may love to see other wood ornaments we have available on our site, OrnamentShop.com.

Tell us how you enjoyed this Do-it-Yourself Tutorial for making unique wood Christmas ornaments for your tree!

I would love to hear how useful you found our DIY blog. Would you like to see us post more neat content like this? How did you like these wood Christmas ornaments?  Please take a moment to share this on your favorite social media site, like Facebook or Twitter.  Do you have an ornament project you would like to share with me? Please send me an email with your comments, ideas, or DIY craft project to Dianne@OrnamentShop.com

This tutorial was designed and written by my friend Donni Webber from The Magic Onions Blog – www.theMagicOnions.com. Donni lives with her family in sunny Southern California. She is the mom of two sunbursts of joy, Kitty and Teddy and is also a wife, blogger, crafter, knitter, gardener, explorer and traveler.

The Magic Onions Blog : www.theMagicOnions.com

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