Papercrafts are very popular now and papercraft Christmas ornaments are usually easy to make.
Because Christmas ornaments are so small, you can frequently use up paper scraps when making them.
So dig out your paper scraps and try a few of these fun papercraft Christmas ornaments.
Scraps of your sturdier Christmas wrapping paper would work for some of these decorations, too.
If you need to do any folding, it is easier and more accurate if you score the paper where the folds will be.
Easy Paper Ornaments
Use old Christmas cards or pretty decorative paper to cut circles. Follow the easy tutorial to finish your pretty ornaments.
Paper Strip Heart
Use leftover strips of paper for this easy to make heart.
Cute Birdhouse Ornament
There is a printable pattern for this birdhouse, which looks easy to assemble and finish.
Norwegian Woven Paper Hearts
This traditional Norwegian ornament is quick to put together and only requires paper.
Paper Lucky Stars
Every Christmas tree needs stars. Origami ones are easy to make with paper strips.
Easy and quick to make paper lanterns. Make a chain of them. Make them larger or smaller.
Victorian Paper Cone
I love the old-fashioned look of a Victorian paper cone. Make one with delicate paper and adorn it with ribbons and beads. It would make a great gift, too.
Victorian Christmas Ornament
Old Christmas cards would be perfect for finding pictures to use on this quick craft.
These wreaths use small scraps of paper – a great way to use up your scraps. Try making them from bits of wrapping paper.
Printable Paper Ornaments
Print these ornaments and follow the directions to make pretty tree decorations.
Easy Snowflake Paper Cutting Patterns
A nice origami snowflake idea that lets you use your pretty patterned paper.
Make these paper rosettes and sprinkle them with glitter for sparkle.
Pretty Quilled Snowflake
Follow the tutorial to make these pretty paper snowflakes.
Try this easy paper ornament with markers or colored pencils and glue.
Or try the punched paper ornament here.
Here are a few easy to make ornaments, using paper scraps. The mini tin with the penguin could have a photo instead.