Christmas Ornaments from Recycled Materials

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Making Christmas ornaments from recycled materials is a great way to use up things that you have around the house that you might otherwise just throw away. The list of items used in these projects includes things such as single socks (because we all have lots of single socks around the house!), old CDs, Christmas cards, used clothing, puzzle pieces, corks, and newspaper.

Christmas Ornaments made from Recycled Materials

Christmas Card Ornaments from here on The Chaos and The Clutter (pictured)

Simple Ornaments made from Recycled Materials from Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds

Cork Snowmen from Red Ted Art (pictured)

Paper Mache Tree Ornament from Buggy and Buddy (pictured)

Mixed Media Christmas Ornament from Sunshine and Hurricanes (pictured)

Christmas Tree Ornament made from Old Clothes from Teach Me Mommy (pictured)

Plastic Cup Shrinky Dink Ornaments from here on The Chaos and The Clutter

Snowman CD Ornaments from Happy Hooligans (pictured)

Puzzle Piece Snowflakes from Red Ted Art (what a great thing to do with old puzzles that are missing pieces!)

Christmas ornaments made from recycled materials

Sparkly Tinsel Christmas Ornaments from Powerful Mothering (pictured)

Puzzle Piece Frame from Buggy and Buddy (pictured)

Star Christmas Tree Topper from Danya Banya

Button Snowflakes from Red Ted Art

Wrapping Paper Ornaments from Simple Fun for Kids (pictured)

Glittery CD Ornament from Happy Hooligans (pictured)

Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree Ornament for Kids from Raising Little Superheroes

Sock Snowmen from I Heart Crafty Things (pictured)

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