If you celebrate Christmas, then you know that there’s never too many ornaments for the tree, right? It’s fun to change things up and add new ones from year to year, and to collect ones with meaning. This year, have your ornaments come from your heart (and from your own hands) with these inspiring ideas for new ornaments!

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Photo Christmas Ornaments allow you to be sentimental with your favourite family memories.

 

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Give your tree a little bit of colour with these glitter ornaments.

 

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Reach new celestial heights with this sparkling star ornament.

 

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These knit cap ornaments will have you in stitches.

 

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You won’t be left feeling broken up over these broken CD ornaments.

 

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You’ll have a ball making these paper ball ornaments.

 

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Stick to your plan for new ornaments with these mini twig trees.

 

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Feel oh-so-expensive with these painted gold leaf ornaments.

 

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Make your holiday a little sweeter with these peppermint ornaments.

 

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Make your family into visual reminders of how they feel after Christmas dinner with these stuffed ornaments.