Farmhouse Ornaments

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Farmhouse Ornaments: a simple farmhouse decor DIY for your Christmas tree! White modeling clay, black and gold sharpie markers, and a touch of ribbon are all you need to make these simple farmhouse ornaments.

DIY Farmhouse Ornaments

Farmhouse decor is all the rage and it shows no signs of slowing down. My decorating style for years has been what I always called “cottage chic” so when the farmhouse style became popular it already fit so well with my current style.   I love the classic pops of white and black in most farmhouse decor and these ornaments are perfect for a farmhouse Christmas tree.  Over the farmhouse look?  These ornaments can easily be made to match any color theme.  Just swap out the gingham ribbon for one that coordinates with your style. 

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Supplies needed

You only need a few simple supplies to make these farmhouse ornaments and depending on what size bag of modeling clay you get you can get anywhere from 10-20 ornaments. 

DIY Farmhouse Ornaments

How to make DIY Farmhouse Ornaments

  1. Begin by rolling out your modeling clay. I like to roll mine to a 1/4 inch thickness. If you roll it thicker it will most likely need a longer bake time.
  2. Using a Christmas Tree Cookie Cutter cut out trees. Place on a parchment covered baking sheet.
  3. Using a straw, make a small hole in the top of your tree. 
  4. Place in the oven to dry.  (Follow the directions on your particular modeling clay package)
  5. Using a black and gold sharpie marker draw on your designs.  We did a mixture of words such as “Noel”, “Joy”, “Merry” and various patterns like hearts, polka dots, and mini triangles. 


Farmhouse Ornaments

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    1. Hi Megan!

      Thank you! I actually made these for the Christmas of 2019 and I have them on my tree again this year 🙂 They have held up great so far as long as they are stored carefully.

  1. I’m absolutely loving those mason jar lid Ornaments and the snowmen are just too cute! Such a fun roundup. Thank you for sharing a few of my handmade Ornaments from this year. I saw the color of baby blue almost turquoise and I just loved it. Great wreath my fav.

  2. I just made these delightful ornaments today. I didn’t have the exact cookie cutter but they turned out beautifully with the one I had. I used the white polymer clay you bake and rolled them out 1/4 inch thick. I followed the cooking instructions on the package and they turned out perfect. Make sure you roll them out smooth. I love ❤️ love everything about these ornaments and will definitely make more in the future with my grandkids. Thank you for a very fun and easy ornament idea.

    1. That depends on your personal preference. Just remember the thicker the ornament the longer it will take to “dry.” I typically like to make mine about a 1/4 inch thick.

  3. Hi Katie
    I wanted to see what clay you used in bulk since the one you suggested is only in 2 oz? All other clays I see on Amazon is air dry or no dry . I cant find oven bake in a larger quantity … any suggestions ?

    1. You can use either an Oven Dry Polymer Clay or an Air Dry. The Air Dry will just require more waiting time until you can draw on them with the Sharpie Marker. I updated the link with an option for you.

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