DIY Rae Dunn Inspired Christmas Ornaments & Custom Ornament Box | I wanted to create a DIY version of the unfindable Rae Dunn Ornaments. I’m sure many of us have looked but have not been able to find them. Its like the hardest “Hide & Seek” game ever.
All of these ornaments are going to be Christmas gifts for some friends and family. All of the supplies I used are listed below with the links and on the videos.
I made two tutorial videos on my Youtube channel “Amadoreros” The ornament tutorial is posted for the public to see. The link is below so you can go and take a look.
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I will have more Christmas projects coming soon. I hope you try this easy DIY to share with your family and friends.
Thank you for stopping by and please let me know if you would like to see a DIY for a 4 Ornament box in a future post.
I also wanted to share a crafty friend’s video where she makes DIY Rae Dunn Ornaments without a cutting machine. Tmika is an amazingly talented crafter on youtube! Here is the link to her video and it’s under $5!!! You can’t get better than that.
Tmika has a full tutorial on these ornaments and the custom box for three ornaments with things you may already have in your craft stash.
Merry early Christmas
Products used on these projects:
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November 8, 2018 at 7:58 am
Thanks for the tutorials, Amador!! I make a lot of boxes for a lot of reasons, but I do enjoy watching others…ya never know when you’ll pick up something new. I did enjoy the vinyl tutorial. I do those as well, but not on round items. You’re tip on cutting into them to apply is the best. I will be making some ornaments in the next couple weeks. Thanks!!
November 26, 2018 at 7:07 am
Thanks for the awesome video! I am not able to find the ornaments used from Hobby Lobby. Can you share the item# off the box?
I didn’t see a link to that.
December 30, 2018 at 12:15 pm
Awesome videos Amador. Your ornament video is the best and I love this box video… have never tried making a box, but now. Can’t wait to try it. I’m too late to get the ornaments but thank goodness Hobby Lobby gets their Christmas inventory out super early in July. I’ll definitely be on the lookout for those!!! I have watched your YouTube video over and over and can not find the font you used on Dafont. There is nothing when I search for Rae Dunn or Rae, or Dunn. I have no hesitation downloading from Dafont… could you please tell me the name of the font. I would be ever so grateful!
Thanks so much!
July 8, 2020 at 6:22 pm
What’s the name of the board? and where do we get them. Amador, your video is on the point and easy to follow. Thank you for your tutorial. If you can make the four ornament box it’ll be so awesome. thank you again.
July 9, 2020 at 8:24 am
The material I used is Lightweight Chipboard. I found a local appear distributor but you can buy it online. I used 11”x17” that I cut down. I will make the 4 ornament size for Christmas in July.