January 14, 2022

DIY Personalized Christmas Ornaments

Two years ago, I made my first holiday ornaments using acrylic blanks and vinyl stickers. I wanted to give them to my family and friends for Christmas but I was not able to do it because I don’t have enough acrylic blanks. So last year, I made sure to buy my supplies as early as possible. 

I’ve been making different holiday ornaments since the start of November and this is the last ornaments that I made “Personalized Christmas Ornaments”. I tried a lot of designs first and it was trial and error. I’ve been wasting a lot of materials so I stopped experimenting and I settled for the ready-made SVG files just like my first holiday ornaments. But for a change, I personalized it by adding names or family names. I used again the following digital files for my ornaments. 

I cut almost all the Christmas Letterings using different colors of vinyl stickers but I ended up with these two colors; copper and silver. 

Christmas Letterings 

Merry & Bright 
Love, Peace, Joy 
Jingle Bells 
Believe in the Magic of Christmas 
Merry Christmas 
Joy to the World 
Christmas Blessings 

After finishing these ornaments, I finally, had the courage to try a new design, though it also took me a lot of tries, I did not give up. But I’m already pressed for time so I only used one design and just changed the name and used different colors. I used six colors; copper, silver, green, blue, red, and frosted vinyl stickers. But it was a challenge to weed the frosted glitter so I only made one for my son. 

I also shipped the ornaments to my mom and I was glad that she was able to receive them before New Year, so at least naisabit pa rin sa Christmas tree. Buti pa ang ornaments ko nakatravel na sa Norway. Hehehe! It took me a lot of time to finish these ornaments but I felt happy when my family and friends sent me pictures of my ornaments on their Christmas trees.

“Christmas is a box of tree ornaments that have become part of the family.” - Charles M. Schulz

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