This rustic deer head diy Christmas ornament is easily made with a Cricut Maker machine!
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Welcome to day one of the 12 days of Christmas!!!! Bri from Parties With A Cause, Sarina from Joy in the Commonplace, Jennifer from Bella Grey Designs, and I have all teamed up to bring you lots of fun Christmas ideas to get you ready for your holiday entertaining. Today it's all about DIY Christmas ornaments.
To kick things off, I'm sharing with you how I made this rustic deer head diy Christmas ornament with my Cricut Maker.
I've also got a pretty awesome giveaway that you can find at the bottom of this post.
Rustic Deer Head DIY Christmas Ornament Supplies
- Cricut Maker
- Knife Blade
- StrongGrip Mat
- Masking or painter's tape
- faux fur
- hot glue gun
- hot glue sticks
- baker's twine or ribbon
- Design Space Project Link
Open the project in Cricut Design Space and prepare your machine and materials.
Place your basswood onto a StrongGrip mat and secure with tape. Make sure not to have the wood too close to the side edges of the mat or it may jam your Cricut Maker.
Place the Knife Blade into clamp 'b' of your Cricut Maker and load the mat. Fair warning - it's going to feel like FOREVER to cut these ornaments out. I think it was 34 passes to cut all of the way through. Fortunately, you can just walk away and do something else while this is going on.
Be really careful when you remove the ornaments from the mat. They're delicate and could snap.
Cut a piece of faux fur to a size that will fit the ornament.
Use a hot glue gun to add the faux fur and a piece of baker's twine or ribbon to the back of the diy Christmas ornament.
Your Christmas ornament is ready!!! If you care about how the back looks, you could cut and add an additional circle.
See This DIY Christmas Ornament Tutorial In My Latest YouTube Video
Even More DIY Ornaments From The Bloggers of the 12 Days of Christmas
This diy snowball Christmas ornament from Sarina over at Joy in the Commonplace is a geat way to add a personal touch to your tree.
These Harry Potter Christmas ornaments from Bri at Parties With A Cause will having you wishing for Christmas at Hogwarts.
And how cute is this Mini Wooden Door diy Christmas Ornament tutorial from Jennifer at Bella Grey Designs.
More 12 Days of Christmas On The Way!
It's only day 1 of the 12 days of Christmas, so there are lots more ideas on the way to get you ready for your holiday entertaining. Sign up for the Jordan's Easy Entertaining newsletter to stay up to date with the series and for more simple recipes, party crafts, and other hostessing tips.
That's it for this rustic deer head diy Christmas ornament tutorial. Don't forget to enter the Christmas giveaway at the bottom of this post. Until next time!
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Hi, I’m Jordan – a work at home mom with 3 super fun little boys. I love entertaining guests and want to help you make entertaining easy!