DIY Honey Comb Ornaments

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DIY Honeycomb Ornament

How to Make DIY Honey Comb Ornaments

Every year part of our Christmas Traditions are making homemade ornaments. I saw similar ornaments and decorations at Chapters and Anthropologie, but I could not bring myself to pay $30 for a paper tree. So I decided to figure out how to DIY Honey comb ornaments myself!

These first attempts could definitely be cleaned up a little, but I think with a little practice these could be super cute for decorations or gifts. If you have a Cricut machine or some way to streamline the cutting process that might make it even easier and cleaner. Try out my method below and let me know how it goes!

Supplies:

  • Cardboard/Card Stock to make your template
  • Enough sheets of paper for 60-80 cutouts of your template
  • Scissors
  • Glue (I used a glue gun, which ended up a little bulky, plain white glue, or glue dots would also work well)
  • String/Ribbon (if making an ornament)
  • Optional: Magnets

How to:

  1. Choose your shape and make your template
DIY Honey comb ornaments

2. Choose your type of paper. The first one I used construction paper, but books, or fancy paper would also work well.

3. Cut out about 60-80 of your template using your paper.

DIY Honey Comb Ornament
  • 4. Begin gluing your shapes together in a stack in the following patter
    • 1 line in the middle on one cut out.
    • Lay the next cutout on top.
    • Then place 2 lines of glue above and below the middle of the cutout.
    • Lay the next cutout on top
    • Place 1 line of glue in the middle.
      • I also alternated colors on the ornament (although I think the color choice I made ended up looking a bit like vaginas-whoops!)

*If your shape is not a basic circle or has multiple curves (like a tree shape), place multiple lines/dots of glue on each of the protrusions/indents. Make sure you alternate the placing of the glue on each layer.

5. Once you have stacked & glued all the cutouts, if you are using magnets glue one to the first piece of paper, and one to the last piece of paper

DIY Honeycomb Ornament

6. Run some glue up the middle spine of the stack (Mod Podge works well). If you are not using magnets feel free to shape your ornament and glue the first and last piece of papers together (sphere shape). To make it a hanging ornament, place the ribbon/twine/string in the middle of the first and last pieces of paper. If you are using magnets, let the glue dry a little on the spine, but make sure it’s still flexible enough to shape. Then the magnets will allow you to open and close the ornament at will or pack it away easily for next year.

DIY Honeycomb Ornament
Optional:

Paint the outer edges of the ornament with glitter/gold/paint!

Try different shapes and styles of paper to really customize your look. I’ve seen snowmen, trees, abstract funky shapes, etc

DIY Honeycomb ornament
I tried a tree shape using book pages

Let me know if you try it and how it turns out!


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