With the arrival of Christmas, in addition to the preoccupation with the gifts and the dinner of supper, it is necessary to look for inspirations to decorate the house. Finding alternatives that fit your pocket and balancing your priorities is the best solution for anyone who wants to put together the useful and enjoyable for this era! A simple technique is to recycle materials or packaging that can be reused to provide a decorative object for the home, without the need to make high investments. Today we are going to talk about the recycled christmas ornaments :
Simple objects such as scissors, glue and scrap are indispensable for any kind of recycled christmas ornament . For the rest, let your imagination flow and create with what you own at home, like scraps of cans, plastic items, debris papers, toilet paper rolls, egg cartons and even those old CDs.
Let the Christmas mood come into your home in a simple and original way. Nothing better than having a piece made by yourself! And if you have children at home, put them to this activity that is much more fun than riding the traditional Christmas trees.
60 ideas of recycled Christmas ornaments for you to get inspired in 2018
To facilitate your understanding, find out how to recycled christmas ornaments with 60 wonderful ideas that we have specially selected for you:
Picture 1 - Christmas ornament recycled: decorative boxes made with cardboard.
For this idea, abuse of colored cardboards and sticky ribbons to decorate the packaging.
Picture 2 - Aluminum cans result in a beautiful calendar to await the arrival of Christmas.
Cover the cans with numbers printed and mount on the wall in Christmas tree format.
Picture 3 - Turn the ice cream sticks into a Christmas tree of garnish.
Paint sticks and decorate with stationery items. The more colorful, the better the effect of composition!
Picture 4 - Guirlanda made with burned lamps.
With a round bezel, it is possible to fix the bulbs in the contour until they cover the entire rim.
Picture 5 - Chocolate + Christmas = perfect combination!
Picture 6 - Paper scraps create a different effect for the wall ornament.
Image 7 - Assemble the decorations through the technique of cutting and gluing.
Picture 8 - Crib made with roll of toilet paper.
Picture 9 - With disposable cups a beautiful Christmas setting is set up.
In addition to glass jars, mount this small ornament with the clear disposable cups. They look great to decorate the sideboard of the living room!
Picture 10 - Christmas tree made of tire.
This idea is perfect for anyone who wants to build a big tree. Paint the tires to stand out!
Image 11 - Snowmen made of cork.
Image 12 - Cardboard plates form small Christmas trees.
Paint and wrap the cardboard dish in a cone shape and decorate with woolen yarn.
Picture 13 - Turn the lamp into a beautiful Christmas tree ornament.
Picture 14 - Ride a creative and unique tree!
With remnants of TV and computer cards it is possible to mount an original tree for the geeks.
Picture 15 - The roll of toilet paper can turn into a fun ornament for the entrance door.
Image 16 - Recycled Christmas ornament with tin ring.
Use a styrofoam ball to glue the canister rings. You can paint the rings with spray paint, but with the natural color also resemble the Natalino mood.
Picture 17 - Put the children to paint the symbols of Christmas.
With a ready base, let the children have fun at this stage of painting. Put creativity into action and abuse colored pens!
Picture 18 - Recycled Christmas ornament: Christmas star made with toothpick.
To fix the tips use colored stickers that remind the colors of Christmas.
Image 19 - Recycled Christmas Ornament: Reuse coffee capsules to grace the tree.
Picture 20 - Or maybe a beautiful blinker.
Picture 21 - Canudos transform into colorful ornaments recycled to tree.
Image 22 - Recycled Christmas ornament made with magazine / newspaper sheets.
Picture 23 - Recycled Christmas ornament with bullet paper.
Picture 24 - Recycled Christmas Ornament: Paint the sheets of the newspaper or magazine to give the colors of Christmas.
Image 25 - Christmas tree made with roll of paper towel and tea pack.
Image 26 - Recycled Christmas ornament with magazine.
Image 27 - Christmas tree made of tin.
Cut the aluminum cans to form shallow pots and insert plants to give the green touch of the tree.
Image 28 - Mobile made with line and scraps of paper.
Picture 29 - Recycled Christmas ornament: Christmas ball made with styrofoam and bottle caps.
Picture 30 - Christmas ornament made with buttons.
Sewing lovers can take inspiration from this garland made with green and red buttons. You can do a smaller version to decorate the Christmas tree.
Picture 31 - With the garden tending in the pot, also set up a Christmas garden inside the old lamps.
Picture 32 - Recycled Christmas Ornament: Glass jars can be beautiful candle holders.
Paint the glass pots leaving a crack in the shape of a Christmas tree for the passage of candle light.
Picture 33 - Build a Christmas mini-set to decorate some corner of the house.
Pack boxes with scraps of paper and mount this scenery next to the Christmas tree!
Image 34 - Recycled Christmas Ornaments: Mount a wall tree with disposable cups.
The cups help create this 3D effect of the tree with the wall, leaving much more striking in the environment.
Image 35 - Christmas tree made with wine stopper.
Image 36 - Recycled Christmas ornaments: the traditional candy packaging wraps around this garland made with scraps.
Image 37 - Cut different pages to form this composition of colors and prints.
Image 38 - With the remains of the gift papers it is possible to assemble a mix of props.
For lovers of origami and folding, they can venture into beautiful embellishments made with gift wrapping paper. The cool thing is to opt for prints that combine to leave the composition harmonic.
Picture 39 - You can use remains of wood or popsicle sticks to mount a rustic garland.
Image 40 - Christmas ornament made with popsicle stick.
Image 41 - Christmas ornament made with CD.
Cover the CDS with a fabric that reminds of Christmas. It can be smooth in green and red, or with plaid or plaid prints.
Picture 42 - Recycled Christmas ornaments: use book or magazine sheets to assemble decorative folds.
Picture 43 - Christmas ornament made with coffee cup.
Image 44 - Packaging and soda lids can turn into props for the Christmas tree.
Image 45 - Christmas tree made with disposable spoon.
Image 46 - Custom wall decorations.
The round base can be a disposable plate, the color is with the printed napkin and the glitter with the glitter inks.
Picture 47 - Mount small trees to make a composition.
Image 48 - Christmas tree made of cardboard.
Image 49 - Garland made with roll of toilet paper and crepe paper.
Cut the roll into several pieces and cover with crepe paper. After drying, cover the entire environment of a round base and finish with a loop to form a door garland made from recyclable materials.
Picture 50 - Christmas ball made of magazine.
Cut the sheets of magazines into small strips and roll them over the styrofoam.
Image 51 - Christmas tree with mirrored balls.
Image 52 - Paint the aluminum cans to give another look to the ornament.
Spray paints are best suited for painting this type of material. With wires and balls of wool it is possible to decorate this Christmas tree made with cans.
Picture 53 - Flasher made of plastic.
Image 54 - Turn the popsicle sticks into snow symbols.
Image 55 - Recyclable Christmas tree.
Image 56 - Recycled Christmas ornament: garland made of cardboard and spray paint.
Mount the garland with the rollers in different diameters to create a more beautiful effect for the decorative item.
Image 57 - Woolen rolls can be the basis for a composition of small Christmas trees.
Wrap the thick yarns of wool until it completely covers the roll and then attach some colored buttons to remember the Christmas balls.
Image 58 - Make themed candlesticks with bottles!
Paint and decorate the glass bottles to decorate the supper table.
Image 59 - Mount a wall Christmas tree with paper towel / toilet roll and printed sheets.
Cut the rolls into 25 pieces and paste the days of the month into each. Attach one by one on the wall in the shape of a Christmas tree to form a beautiful ornament in the environment.
Image 60 - When the door spices turns into a beautiful Christmas ornament.
How to make recycled Christmas ornaments with video tutorials
Now that you've seen all these ideas and inspirations of recycled Christmas ornaments, check out how to make yours at home with some practical ideas in the following video tutorials: