These DIY ornaments are for crafters with a sweet tooth! We think a fun, festive tree decked out in ornaments inspired by our favorite sweet treats is simply the best. What’s more, the fact that these are handmade ornaments puts them over-the-top. Forget buying your ornaments in-store and try making your own instead!
These handmade ornaments are definitely eye-candy! We’re picturing these fabulous ornaments on a brightly colored and bold tree. Don’t be afraid of non-traditional Christmas tree designs or decorations. Who can resist these irresistible treats? A decadent Christmas tree is sure to please the little ones. Be inspired by dreams of sugar plums and a CandyLand full of your favorite treats. Go with the traditional green tree or use a white artificial tree. You can even use a colorful artificial tree such as a pink tree or create your own DIY Ombre Christmas Tree.
These ornaments make great DIY gifts or the perfect little stocking stuffers. You can even use them as pretty gift toppers. Just tie one of these DIY ornaments onto the top of a gift for an instant, sweet gift wrapping idea that will also be useful. It definitely won’t end up in the trash alongside other gift wrapping and bows. Feel free to use these ornaments as inspiration and make your favorite sweet treats to add to your tree.
Sweet & Easy Ornaments for Every Crafter
These DIY ornaments are so easy and fun to create. They’re great for all ages and they’re deliciously sweet Christmas tree decorations.
More Dessert-Inspired Handmade Ornaments
There’s so many ways to make your own ornaments. You can crochet an ornament, use recycled materials, and more! Definitely take a look at these dessert-inspired creations that would make the perfect addition to any Christmas tree.
Comment below and let us know, what’s your favorite Christmas dessert?
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