Who is already starting to decorate and craft for Christmas?! Me! These North Pole ornaments are super cute and so easy to make; they only take about ten minutes and they’re the perfect addition to any Christmas tree!
The coolest part about this project is that I teamed up with Take & Make to create a kit for these ornaments, which comes with all the materials you need to make three of your own North Pole ornaments!
Have you ever wanted to make one of the crafts you see here at Practically Functional but you couldn’t find some of the supplies, or didn’t have time to search through craft stores for weird seasonal items? Problem solved! You can get a kit from Take & Make with everything you need to make three of these North Pole ornaments!
Just click here to get your kit, then come back here and follow along with the step by step video tutorial to make your very own ornaments!
DIY North Pole Ornaments
Here’s what you need for these North Pole ornaments. All of these supplies come in the craft kit:
- 3 fillable plastic ornaments
- 3 miniature figurines: 1 mailbox, 1 sled, and 1 red wagon
- fake snow
- red ribbon for hanging
- red and white striped paper straws
- white paper labels for the “North Pole” flag
Ready to get started? I made a step by step tutorial video for you!
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P.S. If you loved this Christmas ornament tutorial, you’ll love my book 12 Easy Handmade Christmas Ornaments! It’s a collection of 12 easy-to-follow tutorials for handmade Christmas ornaments that are the perfect addition to any Christmas tree! No experience necessary; just follow the simple step-by-step directions, and check out the photos along with each step if you need additional guidance! Grab a copy today and get ready to craft this holiday season!
In case you love the idea of saving time and money with a pre-built craft kit that comes with everything you need to make awesome crafts, you’re going to love this next option! These North Pole ornaments are one of three craft kits and tutorial videos I’ve created with Take & Make, and Take & Make is offering a great price on a monthly subscription if you want to get all three craft kits! Check it out! (There’s also a discount code for the subscription kit! Use the code JESSI15 at checkout to get 15% off of the price of the subscription!)
And for all my international friends, don’t worry, you’re not left out! You might not see an international shipping option on the Take & Make website, but just send an email to [email protected] before you place your order and they will get you hooked up!
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If you liked this project, check out these other simple handmade Christmas ornaments!
Disclosure: I partnered with Take & Make for this project and was compensated by them in exchange for creating this craft kit. But this craft is super cute and some of these materials are hard to find, so having the option to have the supplies shipped to you is a win for you! All opinions in this post are 100% my own; I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in!