How to Simple photo-Christmas decorations
Create festive, personalized photo Christmas ornaments with your favorite pictures, wood blocks and Mod-hodgepodge. These DIY photo ornaments make great gifts!
Hello, fellow Mod Podgers! It’s Linda here, from burlap+blue, with a festive and fun personalized photo Christmas ornaments-tutorial, today to share with all of you.
It’to think hard, the holidays are upon us, and these make a Great gift for the love in your life (I need to know . . . To give away I’ve already been to four of these cuties)! Here’s how you a few of these fantastic photo ornaments.
photo Christmas ornaments
Collect These Supplies
Mod hodgepodge gloss
wood blocks (sanded, with a hole drilled through the center)
Rit dye (optional)
step 1: first, You’ll have to size and print the images you want to use on your blocks. The blocks I used are 1.5″ cube, so I resized my photos down to 1.25″. I have four photos per block, and three blocks per ornament, for a total of 12 pictures per ornament.
Don’t forget to also have a space for the date! If you’re not able to make the blocks yourself, you can easily find online (here’s a link to some I found on Amazon). FYI-I have Photoshop Elements, the size should work, in my pictures, but all of the photo editor (PicMonkey is free of charge).
step 2: If desired, you can use Rit dye to dye your blocks. Here’s a tutorial I did last year on dyeing clothespins – use the same technique for the coloring of the blocks. Step 3: With scissors, cut your pictures, and Mod smorgasbord on the four sides of the block.
step 4: Let it dry. Three layers of Mod apply to seal smorgasbord, so that the blocks to dry well between coats. Almost done! Now we’ bar;re ready to add the ribbon. I used a length of ribbon that was 25″ long, you need a different length, depending on the size of your blocks.
step 5: fold the Band in half and tie a knot at the top of the ribbon. This is how you will hang your ornament from your tree (or wherever the recipient decides to display it).
step 6: Take the loose ends of the ribbon, and string all of the three blocks on. You can tie a knot between each block (as in the photo below), or skip it. I think it looks good either way!
When you are finished, bar, tie a knot at the bottom of the multi-function to hold the blocks. Finally, lengths of ribbon and tie the loop end of the ribbon to decorate it!
thanks for making me share my photo-Christmas decorations, today with all of you! You will find many tutorials and inspiration on my blog!
If you enjoyed this DIY Christmas decorations, here are some others for you to check out:
Christmas ornaments from night light bulbs
Glitter monogram Christmas ornaments
Easy paper scrap, DIY Christmas ornaments
Baker’s twine DIY Christmas ornaments
Easy confetti Christmas jewelry