Now, you certainly don't have enough of the children's ornaments to fill a whole tree, and it seems likely that your old decorating sensibilities will clash with the primary colors of your tiny tot's Hallmark collection. You want to put the kids ornaments on the tree, but you don't want to spend an arm and a leg buying new (fragile) glass balls and others to fill it out. What do you do?
We made some crayon ornaments with a new box of Crayola Crayons and some ornament hooks, and it was so easy that you can do it too.
You'll need three things:
2. Christmas Ornament Hooks (Even though I used the green, coated hooks, I'd recommend the silver uncoated because you really shouldn't be melting plastic. These were just what I had. My penance for being bad is sharing this instructable with you.)
Step 1: Pick Your Crayons
For the purpose of this demonstration, we've chosen two 24 packs.
Because you'll be needing them quickly, I'd suggest picking the specific colors you want to use before moving on to the next step.