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Christmas Pen and Ink Wood Slice Ornaments

Pen and Ink Wood Slice Ornaments

These wood slice ornaments are so fun to make. If you like to draw, this will be a super fun DIY Christmas craft for you!
If you don't love to draw, see below for a great printable art page you can use to make your own Pen and Ink style wood slice ornaments without picking up a pen.

Winter Tree Wood Slice Ornament by Jen Goode
Winter Tree Wood Slice Ornament by Jen Goode
Let it Snow Wood Slice Ornament by Jen Goode
Let it Snow Wood Slice Ornament by Jen Goode

I've created some free ornament art printables that you can also use to make this project. You can cut out the word art and then decoupage it on to your wood slices if you'd like.  Get creative, create what makes you happy and most importantly, have fun!

Free Printables to decorate Wood Slice Ornament

Printable Pen and Ink Holiday Ornament art by Jen Goode
Printable Pen and Ink Holiday Ornament art by Jen Goode

download this art by Jen Goode

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If you'd like to use the free printables to decoupage the art on to your wood slices, just use Mod Podge and a paint brush.You can color the art or paint it or leave it black and white. Print on white paper or a color of your choice (I think printing on a kraft card stock would be really nice.

MORE Wood Slice Ornament ideas:

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MORE Ornament ideas:

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16 thoughts on “Christmas Pen and Ink Wood Slice Ornaments”

  1. Hello,
    I ran upon your little shop and I love it!! I am at this moment looking at these round pieces of wood that turned out nothing like the picture I had in my head…lol… Until you… thank you! I now can make tree ornaments until the cows come home…Once again thank you for sharing!!!
    Susanne Jolley
    The Antique Distillery

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  2. Love this craft idea! We are so doing it! We kept the trimmed stump of the Christmas tree we bought at Home Depot (they do it for you there) we just have to slice it up ourselves. We are going to sharpie the wood cuts, but I did also buy my daughter a small wood burning tool made for older kids at either Ross or AC Moore… can’t remember, but it’s super easy to use. Thanks, this is a perfect (and easy) addition to our woodland themed Christmas décor this year! 🙂

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    • Hi Catherine,

      In this case, my husband cut a few branches into slices for me (I hated the idea of throwing out a tree we had to remove). BUT, I did a quick search and found there are a ton of sellers on etsy also offering wood slices. I can’t recommend a specific one… just make sure to make note of the size you are purchasing.

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    • We cut them from a tree we removed from the yard. However, etsy seems to have a ton of sellers also offering wood slices in an array of sizes!

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