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DIY Christmas Ornaments

I am especially proud of this pretty DIY tree I decorated at home last week. It was surprisingly simple to do! All you need are a few easy-to-find items. You can use the ones I list here, or get creative and go with your own ideas.


Start with clear, round and heart-shaped globes that feature openings near the top.

Place twirled pieces of yarn inside, using the same shade of string as ties to hang from the tree. I chose to use hues of cream and brown because I wanted a natural color scheme but obviously the options are endless! I also used a rose gold wire in some of the globes for a touch of sparkle.



Lastly, I added water and fresh flowers to the occasional bulb.





If you’d like to recreate this look at home, here is what you’ll need:

Clear globes
Rose gold wire
• Flowers and/or flower petals

Julianne Hough
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Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough is just trying to be a nice person who dances as often as possible, usually in public. She recently wifed up to NHL star Brooks Laich and is the proud dog-mom of two pups, Lexi & Harley (they’re the real brains behind everything).
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  • Nikaila

    I like the flower one! It’s new and creative. My Christmas tree is all full of homemade ornaments that my sister and I made when we were younger! Our tree is jammed packed with innovative, crazy looking ornaments! Thank you for these great diy’s because I will definitely do these sometime!!

  • Agustina Castro

    They look super cute Jules! Well done! Hmmmm I guess Lexi might have helped you because she seems exhausted ??

  • Mish Marino

    Nice, Jules, very creative! I will definitely try it next year… Unfortunately I decorated my tree 2 weeks ago.

  • Karen Wohlfarth Noonan

    Pretty! FYI…Walmart has hearts and globes (acrylic) for 99 cents.

  • Natiiii

    Looks Amazing 🙂 Thanks for the tips 😀

  • Penelope Towne

    Loved the idea, so many ways to personalize your tree.Thanks. Love your cuddle ty on the couch too! Merry Christmas.My family is huge and this year I started a family Christmas tree for our annual gathering. ( 11 siblings and family ( 50-70) So we will be bringing an ornament with our names on it to fill the tree. They can bring them home and will continue a our new tradition next year. I was looking for a symbol of unity in this scattered world.

  • Love your pup sleeping in the background!


  • Christina

    Wow! These are so pretty! Also, your dog is precious! 🙂

  • Ross Weeden

    Truly Gifted Jules keep up the good work xx