Make your own printable Christmas decorations with these DIY paper ornaments. Three styles of 3D printable ornaments will look great hanging on your Christmas tree, as a mantel garland, or hanging in a window all winter long.
With Christmas just around the corner, we’re ready to help you save money in the holiday budget and spend less on decorating the tree! This pack of geometric printable ornaments makes 3 different styles of 3D paper ornaments, in multiple colors, for a fun holiday craft project. Will you make the snowglobe scenes, twirling baubles, or patterned diamonds first?!
DIY Paper Ornament Templates
These 3D printable Christmas decorations would also be adorable hanging from a garland, on a mantel, or in a window surrounded by strands of lights, too, whether you’re celebrating a holiday or just looking for some fun winter decorations.
The bright colors and patterns give a modern vibe to some traditional geometric and curvy ornament shapes. Grab your girlfriends and have a craft day where everyone can go home with a set of new ornaments!
We partnered with Canon to design these beautiful printable ornaments for you — they printed up beautifully on our new Canon TS9521C crafting printer! Our designer did an amazing job and the assembly is pretty straightforward and labeled, but we put together a short video for you to show the process, too:
See more ideas for paper Christmas decorations and ornaments here.
Geometric Printable Ornaments
All you’ll need is the 9-page printable ornament template pack (download above or here in the shop), some glue, a bit of thin crafting wire or string, and some pompoms or bells. Cut out the designs using scissors or a craft knife, and start assembling!
We’ve provided a few patterns in the printable ornament pack, and these 3D paper ornament templates are designed to be printed on the backside of your favorite patterned paper.
If you’d like additional patterns, you can also use our templates and the great selection of patterned papers in the Canon Creative Park! (Select Scrapbook, then Parts, and then Pattern Papers.) The TS9521C prints all the patterns so nicely, and you can print your own patterned paper to use for any crafts you’d like!
The patterned 3D geometric gem-style shapes are beautiful — I’m sure there’s a name for that shape, so if you know it, please leave me a comment because it’s bugging me that I can’t think of it…
And the curvy 3D beaded baubles are so classic, and such easy printable Christmas decorations! Hang them alone or string them together like this, and add a pompom, bead, or jingle bell in the center for holiday perfection. They even twirl! The photo shows just 3 of the 9 bauble shapes we’ve provided in the printable ornament templates.
My favorite are the geometric paper snowglobe scenes — they take a little bit more cutting and gluing, but isn’t the adorable finished product worth it! There’s both a hexagon and a diamond shape to choose from, with wintry scenery inside. No one will believe you made your own snow globe ornaments!
Which style is your favorite? Have a happy Christmas and enjoy the winter weather!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Canon. The opinions and text are all mine.
Originally published 14 Nov 2018. Updated 18 Nov 2019.
Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.