Dreaming of a musical Christmas with these DIY sheet music wooden tag ornaments!
If you have been following me on Instagram, you might have noticed I got a white Christmas tree.
I’m so excited to show you it all decorated. Right now it is only partially decorated.
I really wanted a neutral theme this year (big surprise there!) so I had a bunch of ornaments that I could still use, found some ornaments on sale, and I’m making some too.
These are really easy DIY ornaments: Sheet Music Wooden Tag Ornaments.
I found these wooden tags at Michael’s and the sheet music scrapbook paper there as well.
The best part? That scrapbook paper is already GLITTERED!
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- wooden tags
- glittery sheet music scrapbook paper or actual sheet music
- glitter (if you can’t find glittery scrapbook paper)
- Mod Podge
1. Trace out tags from the sheet music, two for each tag.
2. Paint Mod Podge over the back of the paper tag and onto one side of the wooden tag. Use a generous amount. Hold and press together for about 30 seconds. Repeat for the other side.
3. Paint Mod Podge along the edges.
4. Put the tags under a stack of books for at least an hour. Cover the tags with saran wrap in case some of the glue squeezes out.
5. If the paper is a bit larger than the wooden tag, use an exacto-knife to cut off so the edges are clean.
6. Thread twine through the hole by pushing through with a pen or pin.
I love them! So easy and adorable for my new white tree.
I love how the brown wooden edges show through.
My mantel is coming along nicely too.