This DIY buffalo plaid Christmas ornament is quick and easy to make and will be gorgeous on your tree this year.
I am loving buffalo plaid Christmas decor this year! I recently made a gorgeous DIY buffalo plaid Christmas wreath and I loved it so much, I decided to make an ornament version as well.
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Materials for Buffalo Plaid Christmas Ornament
- mini wreath form
- buffalo plaid shirt or plaid ribbon or fabric with a small plaid pattern – this wreath works best with plaid that has squares 1/2″ in diameter or smaller
- straight pins – for attaching the fabric to the wreath form
- pine cones and greenery – you can use any faux greenery you like, just look for something small scale
- hot glue gun
- black and white Baker’s twine – for hanging
How to make a DIY Buffalo Plaid Christmas ornament
For this ornament I used a child’s plaid shirt with a small scale plaid pattern, but plaid fabric would also work well. This black and white buffalo plaid ribbon would also be perfect for this. (Michaels also has some similar ribbon right now but it is selling out fast so if you want some you’d better grab it!)
This plaid has squares that are 1/2 inch in size and the wreath form is six inches in diameter.
The first step is cutting your fabric pieces into uniform strips.
Wrap each strip around the wreath form, pinning it in place as you go.
If you are using ribbon, you wont’ need to cut it into strips first, you can simply start wrapping it around your wreath, pinning it in place as you go.
Once the ornament is fully covered, you can attach whatever decoration you want.
For this ornament I used a few small pinecones and pine branches.
I attached the pine cones and branches using a hot glue gun.
I finished the ornament off with a piece of black and white Baker’s twine for hanging.
It turned out really cute and only took about ten minutes to make.
This makes a sweet ornament for the tree, but it is also adorable used as a mini wreath to hang on the back of your dining chairs, on a small mirror, or anywhere else you want to add a touch of subtle Christmas cheer.
- mini wreath form
- plaid fabric or plaid ribbon
- straight pins
- pine cones and greenery
- black and white Baker's twine
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
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