How To Make Christmas Tree Stamp Ornaments

Cinnamon Scented Christmas Tree Stamp Decorataions

I don’t know what it is about Christmas tree’s but they are a major theme in my crafting this season. I’ve made, pine cone ones, felted sweater ones, and a giant wooden one. The latest addition to the collection are these lovely Christmas tree stamp ornaments.
 
Nothing smells quite like Christmas, all that lovely pine, and cinnamon. I’ve used a cinnamon stick in these ornaments so not only do they look gorgeous but they smell gorgeous too!
 
I show how easy it is to make your own Christmas tree stamps for these ornaments. The stamps I made for this craft will be used again and again, to make cards and even decorate some gift wrap.
 
Design and make a Christmas tree stamp. Use this to create some gorgeous cinnamon scented Christmas tree decorations for your tree or to hang in a garland. #Christmascraft #Christmasdecoration #Christmastree #stamp #DIYstamp
 
 
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What you need to make Christmas Tree Stamp Ornaments

 
 

How to Make the Christmas tree stamps

  1. Firstly either print out my Christmas tree designs or draw your own. Using the tracing paper draw around the trees and transfer the image to craving block.
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  3. Next using the craving tool and scissors carve out the stamp. Remembering the raised parts of the carving block are the bits that hold the ink and print.
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  5. Using double sided sticky tape stick your tree stamp to an acrylic block. I use double sided tape so I can easily change the tree designs and only use one block.
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    How to make your own Christmas tree stamp

 
 

How to make the Christmas tree ornaments

  1. Load up your Christmas tree stamp with ink, by dabbing the stamp pad with ink.
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  3. Place your cloth on a surface with a little bit of give (felt on a table or foam board). Pressing down firmly stamp your image onto the fabric. It’s a good idea to do a test run on paper first.
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  5. You may have noticed I also made a little star stamp for the top of my trees.
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  7. Cut around the stamped tree and a piece of backing cloth the same size.
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  9. Place the 2 pieces of cloth right sides together, pin and sew leaving the bottom edge open.
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  11. Turn the ornament right side out and stuff with fiberfill or old pillow stuffing.
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  13. Cut the cinnamon sticks so they are about 3 inches long. Dip the end in the fabric glue and stick them into the bottom of the ornaments to form a trunk
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  15. Finally, close up the Christmas tree ornaments either with fabric glue or stitch them. Then sew in a loop of bakers twine onto the top of the ornament for hanging.

 
Stitching printed Christmas Tree ornament
 
Make your own Christmas tree stamp to make some lovely Christmas decorations.
 
Printed cinnamon Christmas tree decorations made with a handmade Christmas stamp.
 
 
The cinnamon sticks give these trees a lovely Christmasy smell. You can make these even stronger by using some Christmas fragrance oil in the stuffing.
 
I think I will actually hang my Christmas tree stamp ornaments in a garland to show off the six different designs.
 
Design and make a Christmas tree stamp. Use this to create some gorgeous cinnamon scented Christmas tree decorations for your tree or to hang in a garland. #Christmascraft #Christmasdecoration #Christmastree #stamp #DIYstamp
 
 
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24 Responses

  1. This is so cute. The added bonus is the scent of cinnamon. What a clever idea. I am with you and am really getting into the Christmas crafts.

  2. These are so cute, I love them! x #HomeEtc

  3. Love a bit of lino printing – fab idea #homeetc

  4. This is such a lovely idea. I’m literally just looking at screen printing kids but, actually, lino printing would be much easier. I remember doing it at college — I bet I’ve still got my cutters somewhere! Thanks so much for linking up to #HomeEtc

    • Thank you. Lino printing is a little easier than screen printing, well less messy!

  5. Love these!!! I’m envisioning DIY gift wrap with these trees stamped all over newsprint or craft paper. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • I think that stamped gift wrap is gorgeous. You can paint brown paper with gesso and then stamp on top for a gorgeous finish.

  6. How clever you made your own stamp and I love cinnamon too – perfect Christmassy smell

  7. These are the epitome of adorable! Love the use of cinnamon sticks, too. Adds a nice aroma while decorating for the holidays. Love it!

  8. Another awesome idea! Thanks for joining the To Grandma’s House We Go link party! Your post has been pinned!

  9. Your stamping method is fantastic. I can think of all kinds of uses for these trees. Pinning to my craft board for reference.

  10. Your stamped Christmas trees look adorable Claire. It’s the first time I’ve heard of a Speedy caving block . I have to go check them out. Trying to carve the old linoleum blocks is always such a hassle. This sounds like a way better idea.

    • Thank you, Michelle. The speedy carving blocks are so much easier than the old linoleum.

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  13. These are gorgeous!!! Love how you hung them from the branch too!

    • Thank you, Katrin. I thought they’d be your style as they are subtle decorations.

  14. These are so pretty and I can close my eyes and smell that wonderful cinnamon scent! Thank you for sharing with us at Party in Your PJs.

    • Thank you, they are all hanging up in my dining room and the smell is lovely.

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