Use decoupage medium to create pretty and fun Mod Podge ornaments – here are 20 unique ideas. Give them as gifts or hang them on your own tree!
It’s that time for decoupage ornaments, my friends! You may have already decorated your tree, but there’s no harm in throwing a few more decoupage ornaments into the mix. Especially when that mix contains Mod Podge!
One of my favorite holiday crafts is making ornaments, and if you’ve never tried it, I highly recommend it. Decoupaging Christmas ornaments is the best thing ever. One of the best formulas for making your own ornaments: Sparkle Mod Podge.
Now go through these 20 Mod Podge ornaments, pick your favorites and get crafting!
Mod Podge Ornaments
Use painted bottle caps to create these sweet snowmen ornaments.
Use book pages (or copies of book pages) to decorate foam balls – you can make a ton of these Mod Podge ornaments in a short period of time!
One of my favorite things to make decoupage Christmas ornaments with is tissue paper – so quick and easy.
Use vintage family photos with Mod Podge and small tins to make these personalized ornaments.
If you can use a paper punch, then you can easily make this simple sparkle flower ball ornie.
Make a Pottery Barn inspired ornament using a silver paint pen and lots of glitter.
This year you can personalize ornaments for family members using felt letters and “shiny bits.”
Scraps of your favorite fabric are perfect for decorate ornaments – you just need wood pieces and Mod Podge.
Lots of Glitter
Use your favorite glitter colors to make cool designs on ornaments.
I used old cake pop boxes and washi tape to make these fun gift box ornaments! Surprise someone with candy or a small gift inside.
Make decoupage ornaments with a holiday message – and they look great from both sides.
Use a paper mache ornament and your favorite scrapbooking elements to make this snowy scene.
Use small scraps of Christmas fabric to make these easy ornaments with your children.
Use wood blocks to create fun personalized ornaments with images of family members on each side.
Gift Card Holder
This small stocking embellished with Mod Podge Podgeable shapes are perfect for giving gift cards.
I see wood letters at the craft store all the time and wonder what I could do with them – Mod Podge ornaments are a great idea!
Learn more about the project at Two Peas in a Bucket
Use small Styrofoam disks and acrylic paint to create these cute candies that look like peppermints.
Use recycled juice lids and craft store rhinestones with Dimensional Magic to make these unique decoupage ornaments.
I used a small paper mache box to create a cute little winter scene.
Use old puzzle pieces and Dimensional Magic to make these cute reindeer friends.