Feel like getting creative with some Christmas Ornament Making Using Tea Lights? These are super easy and if the kids are old enough to use a glue gun they can join in the fun too.
Or let the kids decorate these and parents can use the glue gun to attach the various adornments. Tea lights are inexpensive yet make such a fun addition to one’s Christmas Tree.
This year these Tea Light Ornaments will be party favors. Even if someone does not celebrate Christmas, any of the snowman tea light ornaments will be a hit hanging from a door knob or kitchen cabinet knob this winter season.
Let’s Get Ornament making, shall we?
What you need for Christmas Ornament Making Using Tea Lights
For the Snowmen Tea Light Ornament:
Simply cut the pipe cleaners 2 inches.
Hot glue them to the tea light, pressing to keep it down. Add two pom poms to both ends.
Decorate the face with a sharpie. For the top hat, we used foam sheets that have a self-adhesive backing.
You can also use an orange sharpie and color in the “carrot” nose. Attach a scarf with an additional ribbon if desired.
All of the ornaments need a simple ribbon attached to the back to hang on a tree. Use any thin ribbon for this. Scrap ribbon works great.
Gingerbread Tea Light Ornaments
Gingerbread people are sure cute too. For these simply use acrylic paint and cover the tea light with the desired color. Allow drying completely before moving forward.
You can use puffy paint to decorate or a simple paint pen. Either one works.
Santa Tea Light Ornaments
Here they are lit up!!
You can find more DIY Ornaments and Kids Christmas Crafts here. There is sure to be a great craft for any age there. I can not wait to see what you have created in the past.
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