Super Easy DIY Grinch Ornament

‘Tis the season to be jolly, but if you’re looking to add a little snark to your holiday decorations, there’s nothing better than a DIY Grinch ornament! This easy project is great for crafters at any skill level and will be sure to make your tree stand out this Christmas.

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Homemade Grinch Ornament

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Tips for Making an Easy Grinch Christmas Ornament

When making this Grinch ornament craft, I wanted to come up with something simple enough for the youngest of crafters to create. With this craft you really cannot go wrong! Simply add some of the green boa inside the ornament and then apply the decal.

Two tips that will help this craft be slightly easier are that before you apply the decal I would highly suggest securing your ornament using something such as a tape roll to prevent your ornament from rolling around while adding the stickers. Simply stick your Christmas ornament into the middle of a tape roll and you will have an instant stabilizing base.

And when applying the decal, apply the sticker from the center out so that you can smooth out bubbles or wrinkles easier. Using an item such as a credit card can help press out any imperfections.

How to Make an Easy Grinch Christmas Ornament

Let’s get crafting! Below is our written tutorial.

Yield: 1 Ornament

Easy Grinch Ornament

Easy Grinch Ornament
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $5


  • Large Round Clear Ornaments
  • Faux Fur Boa
  • Grinch Decal
  • Ribbon or Twine


  • Scissors
  • Craft Glue or Hot Glue


  1. Gather your supplies.
  2. Clean and dry the outside of your ornament.
  3. Cut your boa into 12” pieces (the length will depend on the size and type of ornament you are using) and put boa into the ornament.
  4. Determine the placement of the Grinch decal and attach according to the instructions.
  5. If desired, cut a 6” length of ribbon or twine to hang on the tree.
  6. Hang up your ornament and enjoy!


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