Create this cute DIY Ornament House using this easy to follow craft kit and simple stenciling technique. This kit has everything you need to make the interchangeable ornaments for the upcoming holiday seasons.
I love decorating my coffee bar and console tables in my home with fun and seasonal decor. Shelf sitters or little unique vignettes are very popular right now. Even decorating a tiered tray is all the rage to look and feel like the season.
I recently created this little house that can sit on a shelf and display a seasonal ornament. The cool part about this little house is that the ornament can be changed out to the holiday or season.
And I absolutely love that idea!
This kit is super easy and fun to make. Plus it makes a great gift for someone who might want to decorate seasonally with simple ease.
I recently shared my process for making this craft kit on my Facebook page where I go live showing new craft ideas. If you don’t follow me there, I’d love to have you over there in our community. I am also sharing new craft ideas.
Below is the video I created showing how I decided to personalize this kit.
When you purchase the craft kit from the shop will come carefully packaged in a box including the materials you will need to make the project. (Simple materials such as paint, paintbrushes, pliers, and glue/glue guns are not typically not included).
This Kit Includes:
- Wood Base House shape– cut to size
- Wood Roof Pieces
- Sign Stencils (4 holidays and seasons)
- foam brush (other brushes not included)
- paint sponges
- Round wood ornaments for stenciling
What do you think? I just love this DIY wood house ornament sign kit. You can grab yours from the shop you want to make one similar. The best part is that it includes all the materials and supplies you need to make this project!!!
You can personalize the kit to fit your decor and add additional ornaments or elements to make it your own.
Make sure you also follow along on my Facebook Page and Instagram. I share daily crafty happenings and fun ideas and tips when it comes to decorating your home. I’d love to have you in my little community on social media.