DIY scandi tree decorations


hey, i had a bunch of christmas DIY's all ready to share with you and then i disappeared for a month and a half, real sorry about that. i had some sad news so i had to take some time away but never fear i'm going to throw xmas projects at you for the next week to make up for it. i'm kinda hoping there are a lot of people (like me) doing everything at the last minute this year!

i'm keeping christmas v. simple especially when it comes to decorating. i'm going for a more minimal look which suits my home way better. i decided to make some cute little tree decorations out of my fave material- clay. 

these are crazy easy to create.. promise.


handmade minimal clay christmas tree decorations
scandi christmas decorations


materials:

clay (i used air dry but polymer works too)
string
rolling pin 



how to make clay tree ornaments


1. warm the clay between your hands then roll it out with a rolling pin until it's about 5mm thick. cut out the star and moon shapes with the cookie cutters.


handmade tree ornament tutorial


2. cut out a small hole in each decoration. I used a small pen lid (but you could use a craft knife to make the hole.)

3. leave 1-2 days to dry unless you're using polymer clay- if so follow the manufacturer's instructions when you pop it into the oven. 

4. use some string to thread the decorations before hanging on your tree!


handmade scandinavian christmas decor
how to make tree decorations from clay


...behold your snazzy handmade decorations! i think they're pretty neat.

back soon

caroline x



6 comments

  1. Ohhh, cute idea! Do you know if it's possible to decorate them with nail polish?

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  2. They're so simple and beautiful, I love them! Well done!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

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  3. Looove this idea!! Only just found your insta & blog. In love with everything you've posted already! Amazing account. πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ✌🏼️ Xxx

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  4. Ah such a simple idea but so pretty looking! Making me feel so festive!
    Sophie
    x
    A Story of a Girl

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  5. So cute and simple! Love this idea and it's such a good addition to a small tree like this to spruce it up! :D

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  6. I'm sorry to hear you had some sad news lovely. I hope you're doing ok. These are so simple but look so good x

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