These thread spool twine wrapped Christmas ornaments are as cute as can be, and are so easy to make with baker's twine and Mod Podge.
Merry Christmas Mod Podge Rocks readers! It's Rachel from Lines Across and Let's Wrap Stuff. There's just a couple days before Christmas, and today I'm going to share a very quick and easy decoupage craft to make twine wrapped Christmas ornaments that would be a perfect holiday activity. Even little kids can help.
Twine Wrapped Christmas Ornaments
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What you do:
1. Start by painting on a thick coat of Mod Podge Matte all around the middle area of your wooden spool.
2. Place the end of your baker's twine near the middle of the spool and cover in a coat of Mod Podge.
3. Then start winding the twine around the spool starting at one edge. I wrapped it so there was just one layer of twine.
4. When you reach the other edge, cut your twine and secure it with an extra coat of Mod Podge. I didn't cover all of the twine with Mod Podge because I wanted the thread to look and feel like fabric, but you want to use enough to know your ornament won't start unwinding.
5. There are a lot of different ways you could turn these little spools into ornaments, but I ended up using thicker twine and a hot glue gun.
First, make a loop with your twine and tie a knot at the bottom. Trim off the ends. Use a hot glue gun to attach the knot to the inside of the spool.
And you're done! You could also use embroidery thread to make colorful ornaments, or something more unusual like pom pom garland for a really unique looking ornament. I love the simplicity of these little red and white ornaments on my Christmas tree.
If you love DIY Christmas ornaments, you'll love this collection of over 100 Mod Podge Christmas ornaments.