Card Stock Christmas Ornaments

These scallop-edged card stock ornaments are a quick and inexpensive way to add a colorful touch to your Christmas tree.

Card Stock Used For DIY 3D Christmas Tree Ornaments

DIY 3D Paper Christmas Tree Ornaments From Card Stock

Materials Needed:

  • assorted patterned card stock
  • large, scallop-edge circle punch
  • repositionable adhesive dots or double-sided tape
  • sewing needle and thin twine
  • craft pearls or decorative beads

Select Then Punch Paper

Choose a variety of decorative, patterned card stock. Use a large, scallop-edge paper punch to cut seven circles out of different patterns of card stock.

Fold Paper

Fold all seven paper circles in half, decorative side in.

Fold Paper for Card Stock Christmas Ornaments

Fold Paper for Card Stock Christmas Ornaments

Adhere Circles

Use repositionable adhesive dots or double-sided tape to adhere all but one of the circles together, wrong side to wrong side.

Attach Circles to Create Card Stock Ornaments

Attach Circles to Create Card Stock Ornaments

Thread Pearl and Knot Twine

Use a sewing needle to thread a 8"-10" piece of thin twine through a craft pearl or decorative bead. Create a triple knot below the craft pearl or decorative bead to secure it.

Apply Adhesive

Apply a line of adhesive dots or double-sided tape along the seam of the last folded circle.

Apply Adhesive to Seam of Card Stock Ornament

Apply Adhesive to Seam of Card Stock Ornament

Attach Twine

Position the pearl or bead at the bottom edge of the scalloped circle and create a loop with the rest of the twine. Push down on the twine so that it sticks to the adhesive or double-sided tape.

Use Adhesive to Attach Twine to Card Stock

Use Adhesive to Attach Twine to Card Stock Ornament

Glue Circles Together to Create Ornament

Apply more adhesive dots or double-sided tape to the half circles on the left and right side of the twine. Stick the last two half-circles together to secure the twine then glue all seven circles together, wrong side to wrong side, and hang completed ornament on a tree using the loop at the top.

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