Have you started decorating for the holidays yet? If not, these DIY Jenga Block Farmhouse Ornaments are a perfect way to start. These DIY farmhouse ornaments are an easy project that can be created with supplies from your local Dollar Tree store! Make these fun decorations using only a few items and create some memories this holiday!
You’ll need just a few simple supplies from the Dollar Tree store, including Jenga blocks. Once you have everything, follow the step-by-step instructions below to create these adorable ornaments. They’re perfect for decorating your Christmas tree or making them as a gift. They would be a perfect gift for your child's teacher, your neighbor, or a dear friend. And once you see how quick and easy they are to make, you’ll want to make more than one set!
DIY Jenga Block Farmhouse Ornaments Using Dollar Tree Supplies
12 Jenga Blocks
Dollar Tree Wood Glue
Dollar Tree Mod Podge
Hot Glue Gun with Glue Sticks
2021 Dollar Tree Be Brave Calendar
2022 Dollar Tree Farmhouse Calendar
2022 Dollar Tree Market Calendar
Dollar Tree Black and White Gingham Ribbon
Dollar Tree Farmhouse Striped Ribbon
You'll need four Jenga blocks for each ornament made. Once you gathered them up, add wood glue to both sides of each Jenga block, and connect them together.
Set them aside until completely dry.
While the glue is drying, it's a great time to choose the pictures you'd like to use for your ornaments. Once you've decided, just cut them out.
Once the Jenga blocks are completely dry, add an even coat of mod podge to the top of the block using a paintbrush or sponge.
Now place the picture from the calendars on top of the Jenga block, and gently press down to adhere. Please note, you may need to trim the picture so it doesn't hang over the block. I suggest doing this before gluing it on.
Whatever ribbon you decide to use, each ribbon will need to be six inches in length. In this example, you'll find 2 six inch black and white gingham ribbon, and 2 six inch of the striped ribbon.
Using the hot glue gun, attach the ribbon to the backside of the Jenga ornament as shown below.
Now your DIY Farmhouse Ornaments are complete! I think they look great!
I hope these DIY farmhouse ornaments were the perfect way to get you excited for this holiday season. Remember, it doesn't take much time and effort to create memories that will last a lifetime with your family! Happy holidays everyone!
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