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In this post: Make these simple cookie cutter Christmas ornaments in less than 10 minutes. Give them to your favorite baker or hang them on a kitchen tree!
🎵It’s the most wonderful time of the year. 🎵It’s no secret I adore the Christmas Holidays. But I fully acknowledge that it can also be a crazy time of year – decorating, shopping, hosting. All while trying to remember the real reason for the season. Here are some very simple cookie-cutter Christmas ornaments that you can make with the kids on a cold winter’s day. Then you can hang them in the kitchen or wrap them up and give them with Christmas cookies to friends and neighbors.
They literally only take about 5 minutes each to make 10 minutes for the whole set.
Now that’s an easy craft!
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Simple Cookie Cutter Christmas Ornaments
These cookie cutter ornaments would also be super cute hung from a mason jar full of dry cookie mix.
1. For each ornament, thread a 4″ length of baker’s twine through one jingle bell. Tie twine at top of one cookie cutter. Use a little hot glue to hold it in place (metal ornaments are a little slippery!).
2. Then create a loop for hanging by tying a knot again with excess twine.
3. Repeat for as many cookie cutter ornaments as you’d like.
Hang and enjoy!
More Christmas Ornaments
Of course, if you liked these, or need a different idea, here are a few more of our DIY make your own Christmas ornaments:
- 40 Christmas Ball Ornament Ideas
- Gingerbread Salt Dough Ornaments
- Silhouette Ornaments
- Chalkboard Christmas Ball Ornaments
- Snowflake Embroidery Hoop Ornaments
- Burlap Ornaments
- Vintage Sheet Music Ball Ornaments
- Hand-lettered Large Ornaments