Use this DIY rustic wooden bead ornament tutorial when you want to add a pop of texture and interest to your holiday decor. The step-by-step photos make it easy!
Follow the super easy tutorial to make a whole bunch of these rustic bead ornaments!
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This year I decided to purchase a pencil Christmas tree and decorate a Star Wars Chewbacca themed Christmas tree. We seriously love Star Wars THIS MUCH. And with the release of the Mandelorian season two on Disney Plus the timing couldn’t be better!
Our Chewbacca Christmas tree has been a fun addition to the holiday decor. I honestly can’t get enough of it, especially while binge watching Star Wars!
When I decided to put the tree together I knew that I would need a few more DIY rustic ornaments so that is where these wood bead ornaments came in. Be sure to check out our cinnamon Chewbacca ornament, Chewbacca ball ornament, wooden Chewbacca craft and wood slice Chewbacca ornaments too!
How to make this DIY rustic wooden bead ornament:
- Gather your supplies. You will need: twine and a variety of wooden beads in different sizes. You can paint your beads different colours if you chose to. I found these beads at the dollar store already matching my colour scheme!
2. Cut a piece of twine about 8″ long and create a looped knot at one end.
3. String the beads onto the twine. Tip: use beads with different sizes and colours to add variety.
4. Tie a know at the bottom and fray the ends of the twine.
Easy right?! I love how these wooden beads look strung together in different ways. Don’t be afraid to play around with them and experiment!
More crafting essentials for kid crafts:
- We love using these Apple Barrel Acrylic Paints to add bright color to all of our projects.
- These paint brushes are ideal for most craft surfaces and a great price!
- This art supplies kit is our favorite because it has everything we needed to get started.
- This rolling storage cart helps to keep our craft supplies organized.
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