This was a fun duct tape holiday crafts that I tried to involve my two year olds with. However, I would recommend this for slightly older kids. My kids did great at just tapping the stickers, after I put them on the window. But a fun Duct Tape take on an advent calendar, nonetheless.
Using one duct tape scallop circle die cut in light green for each day, I added each number with a silver sharpie (I used red for the 25th). I love the idea for older kids to stick on the number each day and draw a little picture next to the number or add stickers to decorate it. Duct tape is highly durable and can easily being taken on and off any glass surface. Great to reuse year after year.
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The Twelfth Day of Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments is finally here! I love making this simple star poinsettia design because it takes little effort and turns out looking so intricate. It can be made in any color or any pattern, or any combination.
As I’ve said before, I love non-traditional Christmas color combinations. I would love to do a black and white Christmas tree sometime with my star poinsettias as the accent pieces.
I’m offering a free pattern for this star Christmas ornament. It makes a great gift tag, door wreath, garland, or place card setting too. Sign up below for my newsletter and you will be able to download my free star pattern in PDF.
Tell me what other duct tape holiday crafts you’ve been up to or that you’d like to see.
Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments… #11. This one might be my new favorite. I love how it turned out. I used all green almond shaped duct tape pieces as a base and then added two of my filigree duct tape die cuts in red. It’s a perfect fit and just looks cool spiral scrolly all over… I love it!
I really want to do a whole tree in variations of this ornament. I also love the idea of adding my filigree duct tape die cut to any old ball ornament for a fun makeover!
Tell me what colors you’d like to see this in. Stay tuned for one more day of Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments. Tomorrow I’m giving away a free pattern.
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I can’t believe I never thought of this before… a traditional Christmas ball ornament as the head of an angel! With a little sparkly duct tape for the body and my lattice duct tape die cut as the wings… and presto change-o… Duct Tape Christmas Ornament #9.
Join me for just three more Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments. Stay tuned for a free pattern on the Twelfth Day.
I’d love to hear from you. Tell me how you like this ornament and how you would make it differently?
Just a small variation from yesterday’s Winter Wonderland, today’s duct tape Christmas ornament features my lattice duct tape die cuts. Still using the small almond shape pieces all over in white, I added the lattice duct tape die cut (cut in half) in shiny silver to the center perimeter of the sphere. I love modern looking geometric shapes and I’d love to try this in different colors.
I’m discovering that I only think in two color combinations for Christmas. What are your favorite combinations? I love the idea of non-traditional colors like pink and blue, but I have a hard time pulling them off. I’m very curious how people decorate their tree and home. Share your ideas here.
As always, contact me for more details on this and other duct tape holiday crafts. Join me tomorrow for a new take on the Christmas ball ornament as we continue our Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments!
Can you believe all the duct tape they have for sports teams? I’m not really a sports fan, but I would be so excited if I were, especially every time I saw a new sports team logo in coordinating team colors on duct tape! Oh the possibilities!
Here’s #6 duct tape ornaments in my Twelve Days of Duct Tape Christmas Ornaments. An FSU football jersey… the perfect size and easy to make.
I’d love to design one for your favorite team. What sports teams do you love and how would you use duct tape to decorate or make gifts for Christmas? I love duct tape holiday crafts and making memories over a project with family!
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