Oh the weather outside is frightful…
And your stuck inside with your twiiiiins…
Why not make the most of the time spent together by getting into the holiday spirit and creating some DIY memories with your kids?
Here are some easy DIY ornaments you can make with your twins at home on that cold, snowy day!
These simple Yarn Wrapped Christmas Tree Ornaments, by Andrjea at Easy Peasy and Fun, use materials you have lying around the house! You won’t have to run out to the store on that snowy day to buy anything. We love that!
These Time Capsule Christmas Ornaments are so much fun! Becca at Bare Feet on the Dashboard brings us a creative and engaging activity to do with your twins.
These Emoji DIY Ornaments are hilarious and unique. Thanks, Elizabeth at Frugal Mom eh?, for this fun activity!
These Christmas Pen and Ink Wood Slice Ornaments are no doubt a fan favorite. Jen, at 100 Directions, nails it with these creative wood creations!
The Darice Doers at Live, Craft, Love have the sweetest idea with these Snow Globe Ornaments! These beautiful ornaments are sure to be shine on your tree this year!
One of our favorite DIY blogs, Easy Peasy and Fun, has a quick and easy Clothespin Snowman to make with your twins in minutes! Andreja, the creator of these cute little guys, knows how to make crafting simple with kids!
We are obsessed with these Fingerprint Christmas Ornaments from Angie at The Country Chic Cottage! These personal ornaments will make the perfect gift for your loved ones this year!
Your kids are bound to have as much fun as ours did making these Puzzle Piece Frame DIY Ornaments from Chelsey at Buggy and Buddy. They are a great way to capture some magical memories of your children this year!
Sarah from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls created these Sparkly Pom Pom Ornaments, which are fun and easy to make with kids of all ages! We have a few on our tree and they definitely add some Christmas flare!
Pinecones are popular decorations during the holidays, so why not make them into something cute to hang on your Christmas tree. We love these Pinecone Reindeer from Emma at Kids Craft Room.
We have made the super easy Christmas Tree Ornaments for the last couple of years and the kids LOVE them. These fun crafts are a must try from Ginger at Ginger’s Snap Crafts!
We could not resist these adorable and super simple Popsicle stick Rudolph Ornaments from Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous.
Do you have buckets of plastic beads sitting around your house? Well, if not, you can get them fairly cheaply at your local craft shop to make these Melted Beads Christmas Ornaments that Crystal shares on her blog Crystal and Co.
Collecting bottle caps for these adorable Bottle cap Snowmen Ornaments from Amy at One Artsy Mama will give you the perfect excuse for a little holiday indulgence.
And finally, we cannot get enough of these cute Felt Pinecone Owl Ornaments from Lia Griffith!
Our Christmas tree decor has changed drastically over the last few years as we have added personalized and handmade ornaments that our twins have created. These memories are truly makes Christmas so magical! Our trees are even more beautiful now!