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Simple Sheet Music Christmas Ornament

How to make a Sheet Music Christmas Tree Ornament

I love simple winter crafts that can be made with kids. These Sheet Music Christmas Tree Ornaments are extremely simple to make and extra cute. Kids can choose whether to cut or tear their “branches” from the sheet music and all you need besides that is a popsicle, some glue, and something for your star. I use felt but you can use ribbon, aluminum foil, or construction paper. Whatever you have on hand.

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Sheet Music Ornaments for Kids To Make

To Make These Sheet Music Christmas Tree Ornaments You Will Need:

  • sheet music
  • popsicle or craft sticks
  • glue
  • felt, ribbon, foil, or construction paper to make your tree topper
  • Ribbon or twine for hanging

To Make Sheet Music Christmas Tree Ornaments:

  • Begin by cutting out or tearing your music sheet into pieces measuring as follows:1 inch x 1/2 inch – 1 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch – 2 inch by 1/2 inch – 2 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch & 3 inch x 1/2 inch
  • Cut out your stars. I used felt and sheet music for mine.
  • Cut out your hangers – I used 4-inch ribbon
  • Put a dot of glue at the top of your popsicle stick, fold both ends of your hanger, and stick it in the center of your glue.
  • Place a dot of glue over where the end meets and cover it with your star.
  • Starting at the bottom glue your sections to the trunk. Largest to smallest moving up.
  • Let dry.
  • Hang and enjoy.

Watch this video to see how to make Sheet Music Christmas Ornaments

Playlist: Classical Musical About Winter to Play While You’re Crafting

  • Glazunov: ‘Winter’ from The Seasons
  • Chopin: Étude No 11 (Winter Wind)
  • Jacques Offenbach – Ballet of the Snowflakes
  • Debussy: The Snow is Dancing
  • Rimsky-Korsakov: The Snow Maiden Suite
  • Korngold: Der Schneemann (The Snowman)
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – The Nutcracker
  • Frank Schubert: Winterreise, or Winter Journey

We hope you have so much fun making this simple winter craft with your family! Please check out these other ideas for fun crafts for kids.

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