6) Denim Jean Ornaments
If you have a pair of ripped jeans that’s giving you the blues, then rrip them up so more so that you can upcycle them into these super cute denim ornaments! Cut them into star, tree, snowflake, or gingerbread man shapes, then embellish them with beads and buttons to bring on the holiday cheer.
This blog here will walk you through a step-by-step picture tutorial.
7) Toy Truck Ornament
If your kiddo is bored with his or her collection of toy cars and trucks, make them seem cool all over again by upcycling them into these fun tree ornaments! This project is easy enough for small children to take on, and they’ll have a blast gluing miniature trees and wreaths onto the truck.
This blog here will show you how to make this kid-friendly ornament.
8) Cereal Box Fabric Ornaments
This project is actually a DIY dream because you get to upcycle two different things at once. Almost every household has cereal boxes, and if you don’t have any scraps of fabric, you can always raid the back of your closet!
This site here will show you how to make these adorable, zero-cost ornaments.
9) Cereal Box Snowflake Ornaments
Here’s another fun way you can reuse those cereal boxes. Copper and blue patina spray paint are what give these aged copper snowflakes a cool vintage look.
Check out this blog here for more info.
10) Cereal Box Photo Ornaments
Don’t throw away the last scraps of your cereal boxes just yet! Turn them into gift tags that can also be used as Christmas tree ornaments. Just print out of your favorite photo and glue them onto the box. Then cut the cardboard into a tag shape, hole punch the top, and string a pretty ribbon through it.