Hi there friends! Oh my goodness. I feel like it has been forever since I have crafted.
I love making my own Christmas ornaments every year. Even though I have no clue what I am doing with our tree, or trees, or a new tree, I felt inspired to make some rustic farmhouse Christmas ornaments.
These are so simple and so cute I hope to inspire you to make some us well. I will be leaving the download for you at the end.
First you need some plain wood ornaments. I found mine at Amazon in a pack of 10. They were only $7.99 for 10 of them. That is less than $1.00 a piece! Can’t beat that.
You can find those HERE on Amazon (affiliate link)
Next you will need Mod Podge HERE . They have so many formula’s to choose from. If you want something with a little sparkle or sheen, you can find that formula as well.
Next you will need some white craft paint. You can use any craft acrylic.
First I painted them white and let them completely dry for one hour.
I then cut out each image. I cut as neatly as I could possible, even around some of the detail. I leave enough room in between each ornament to do so.
Then I painted on a coat of Mod Podge, and adhered my image, rubbing out gently any bubbles. I let them completely dry for two hours before going over them. Once they were completely dry I took a little sand paper and lightly sanded each one.
I am really happy how they turned out. I had a great day crafting and realize how much I miss it. Starting my own business on Home Pressure Cooking has taken up so much of my time. I do enjoy it that as well, but I feel crafting will always have my heart first.
The ironic part is of all this, I think I have turned out to be a better cook than crafter LOL! I never was fond of cooking.
Pin it, make them! Enjoy.
You can download your Farmhouse-rustic images HERE
I plan on keeping the rooster gather here, the market cow and a few others.
You can check out my Christmas gallery of ideas while you are here. All budget, fun and friendly.
More DIY Christmas DIY ornament Ideas HERE