This holiday season, I am partnering with HART tools to create a fun DIY wood ornament for your Christmas tree. The best part is that you can make these ornaments in any size or from different types of wood or metal. So, these can hang as ornaments on your tree or a smaller version can serve as gift tags on your packages.
HART power tools work on many types of materials. For instance, you can use a sheet of galvanized metal, weathered wood, or masonite wood panels. I chose to use white beaded plywood, because it has a neat texture that mimics the stripes of treasured vintage ornaments. Plus, it evokes a cottage Christmas feel that I love.
For this DIY project, I am using the HART cordless power tools with a shared rechargeable battery. This includes the HART Reciprocating Saw to cut, the Multitool to sand and distress edges of wood, and the Rotary Tool for fine sanding and cutting a hole as the ornament’s hanger. It’s quick to swap out the battery from one tool to another.
Step 1: First, draw or print an ornament template onto paper. Then, cut out the template and trace the ornament shape onto the beaded plywood material.
Step 2. Next, cut out the outline of the ornament from the beaded plywood using the HART Reciprocating Saw. When cutting wood, use wood clamps to hold securely in place. Be sure to wear protective goggles when cutting and sanding wood.
Step 3. Sand the edges of the wood ornament using the HART Multitool and 80 grit sandpaper. Then, distress the raised wood trim on the beaded plywood.
Step 4. With the rotary tool and drill bit, pierce a hole near the top center of the ornament. Then, use the sanding attachment to smooth. Lastly, pull a ribbon to through the hole to hang.
Step 5. Hang ornaments on the tree and enjoy!
P.S. These HART tools are only available at Walmart and Walmart.com. You can learn more about them by visiting HartTools.com. There are over 300 products from hand tools, lawn/garden, automotive to power tools which will become available in the coming months! The HART power tools that I used for this DIY project will make a great gift for the DIYer, woodworker or home renovator on your gift list. These tools are lightweight, compact and cordless.
Now, save this post to your ‘DIY Christmas’ Pinterest Board by tapping the red ‘pin’ on the top left of this image. Then, follow along all month as I share the 12 DIYs of Christmas, including the 5th DIY, a Home for the Holidays DIY wood ornament and the 6th DIY Snow Globe Treat Containers! Happy holidays and happy DIYing, y’all!