Hunting for a fun festive DIY project that costs even less than a round of no deposit bingo? These 8 bloomin’ brilliant bauble tutorials look amazing – and the kids can join in too. Here’s how to make them all…
1. Woolly Winter Wonders
We absolutely adore these woolly wonders showcased by the lovely Crafty Crafty blog. To make your own, simply invest in some plain baubles (or give some old plastic versions a good soak and hard scrub), then feed your old woolly odds ad ends in through the top. Hey presto!
2. Thumb Tack Baubles
Another amazing bauble look, this time made from simple office supplies. Don’t they look festive? Find the full tutorial at Fellow Fellow.
3. Cute as a Button Baubles
Polystyrene, buttons and pins are all it takes to make this pretty, snowy-looking bauble. That’s right! No messy glue, no tricky bits and plenty of prettiness too! Get the tutorial over at All Things Handmade.
4. Decoupage, Darling!
Scroll to page 37 of the 2012 edition of Ruche online to find the full tutorial for these adorable, vintage-inspired decoupage Christmas ornaments.
5. Christmas “Wrapping” Baubles
Styrofoam, newspapers, fabric and a glue gun can be transformed into these beautiful rustic-look baubles. Find the full, simple tutorial at Offbeat & Inspired.
6. Woolly Snowball-bles
We love how soft and snuggly these snowball-esque baubles look – and they couldn’t be easier to make! Find out how over at Likainen Parketti.
7. Bright Button Baubles
Who says Christmas has to be red, green and sparkly? These bright, cheerful button baubles would make the perfect addition to any Christmas tree. Here’s how to make them yourself.
8. CD Mirrorball-bles
Everyone likes a little bit of glitz, mind! If you’re the same, these amazing mirrorball baubles (try saying that after a glass of mulled wine!) will be right up your recyclable street. Bored Panda will show you how!
Which is your favourite DIY bauble on our list? Do you like your Christmas tree to look sleek and sophisticated or do you prefer a bright and bonkers look? Share your makes and dos with our readers below or tweet us @TwoLittleFleas.