Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Gingerbread
Let's celebrate with a Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Gingerbread person. Simple mini clay pots along with paint, wiggle eyes, pom pom trim, and a sweet red checked bow transform into a cookie-inspired gingerbread ornament just in time to celebrate Christmas in July. Stay tuned as I will be sharing new Christmas inspiration all month long!
Dollar Tree Christmas Clay Pot Gingerbread
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Here's what you need to make a Clay Pot Gingerbread Ornament:
- Clay Pot – 2.5” in diameter – Dollar Tree
- Natural Jute Twine – Dollar Tree
- Wiggle Eyes, Two – Dollar Tree
- Red and White Gingham Ribbon – Dollar Tree
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks – Dollar Tree
- Americana by DecoArt Acrylic Craft Paint – Light Cinnamon, Bubblegum Pink
- Basecoat Brush Set – Americana by DecoArt
- Mini Pom Poms, Assorted Colors
- MONO Twin Permanent Marker, Black – Tombow
- Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint – White
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- Pencil with New Eraser
Here's how to create a Dollar Tree Gingerbread Ornament:
To begin the Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Gingerbread ornament, gather all supplies. Remove the packaging and labels from the materials. Separate the mini white pom poms from the rest of the colors in the package and set aside.
Basecoat the entire 2.5” clay pot with Light Cinnamon acrylic craft paint. Let the paint dry and then apply a second coat, if necessary. I love using Americana Acrylics from DecoArt because they have excellent one-coat coverage on most surfaces.
Attach two wiggle eyes to the gingerbread person with a glue gun and glue sticks. Add polka dot cheeks to the gingerbread person’s face by dipping a new pencil eraser into Bubblegum Pink acrylic craft paint. Set aside to dry. Draw a squiggle line around the rim of the clay pot with white dimensional paint. Attach the mini white pom poms to the rim of the clay pot using the dimensional paint as adhesive. Set aside to dry. TIP: You can use liquid craft glue for this project, but you would have to wait for it to dry.
Add a squiggle line around the top of the Gingerbread person with white dimensional paint. Draw a smile from cheek to cheek with the MONO Twin permanent black marker, my favorite. I love that the dimensional fabric paint looks like the icing on a gingerbread cookie.
Cut a 12” length of natural jute twine, tie it in a loop with a knot, and attach it to the top of the clay pot Gingerbread person with a glue gun and glue sticks. Tie red and white gingham ribbon into a bow and glue it to the top of the clay pot. Every time I see the colored gingham ribbon at Dollar Tree, I buy it in all the colors!
Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Gingerbread
A great family fun craft activity to complete with the kiddos. The perfect place card for Christmas dinner, fun tag for a holiday present, or ornament to hang on the tree. Even if you are not the best baker, these Gingerbread Ornaments will turn out perfect every time! Craft these up with the kiddos and don’t forget to sign and date the back which will create a keepsake that you will cherish from year to year! I love reminiscing each year as we decorate the Christmas tree with all the handmade ornaments we have created together!
Create a Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Christmas Tree in just 30 minutes with supplies. Simple mini clay pots along with tiny pom poms, paint, and glitter glue transform just in time to celebrate Christmas in July.
I am excited to be participating with a group of talented designers to bring you Totally Free Printables with a Santa theme. My Free Santa Coloring Page for Christmas FUN is one of my recent favorites. I have some ideas for additional coloring pages – Reindeer, Santa's Workshop, and a mischievous Elf. So, stay tuned!
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