20+ Ways to Fill Clear Ball Christmas Ornaments

Clear filled Christmas ornaments are a super simple way to add personal touches to your Christmas tree or to give as gifts. Why not turn DIY filled glass Christmas ornaments into a family holiday tradition that doubles as a great keepsake. These ideas are fun and beautiful!

Clear ornaments make the perfect canvas for so many Christmas crafts and fun ornaments! Kids can help you make these fun ornaments that will quickly turn into keepsakes!

How to Fill Plastic Christmas Ornaments

Even toddlers can help with a pom pom ornament made with a plastic ball rather than a glass ornament. It is so easy to make, yet so very festive!

The snow globe-inspired ornament is easy to make. You will need miniature candy cane ornaments and fake snow for this simple Candy Cane Ornament for preschool.

If you’re like me and can’t get enough Christmas lights in your life, this Christmas Lights Ornament for kids is a fun way to personalize your Christmas tree with even more lights!

Grab your yarn scraps to make this simple, but absolutely stunning Yarn Christmas Ornament for kids.

Learn about circles and spheres with this simple Christmas ball ornament for kids. It’s a clear plastic ornament filled with colorful mini bulbs!

I love this gift idea because it uses letter beads to spell out any word. Create a time capsule ornament by filling it with words that are special to your child during this phase of life. Or, you could do Christmas and winter-themed words, like snow, joy, or merry. You could also do your children or family names!

Kids who love I Spy books will love this DIY ornament idea! Grab some fake snow at the craft store and a few random small trinkets to make an I Spy ornament!

A family picture-filled ornament is a great idea for filling your clear Christmas ornament to give to special family members, grandparents, and friends.

I love the idea of filling an ornament with big chunks of candy cane. Use leftovers from last year that aren’t fit to eat! Imagine the smell of peppermint as you decorate the tree with this cute and inexpensive idea.

Fill your ornament decorative cranberries. This is so simple your toddler can help you!

Another simple DIY filled Christmas ornament that kids can help you make is to use mini jingle bells! They will love to shake them to hear those bells jingling!

Sometimes you find all you need sitting at the very bottom of your craft supply box. This ornament brings a twinkle with a simple tinsel filling.

Snow globes are a classic Christmas decoration. These snow globe ornaments mimic the classic beauty of a snowy scene.

Play with color and used or unused crayons with a melted crayon ornament. Each ornaments will be uniquely different!

A similar way to fill clear Christmas ornaments is to use vacation keepsakes, like sand and shells, to fill the ornament. You will remember that vacation forever!

Glitter is perhaps one of the easiest ways to add a festive flair to any Christmas craft, including clear ornaments!

Do your kids get sad when Mother Nature melts the hard work of a snowman away? Pay him/her tribute with this melted snowman ornament!

Check out this super cute and simple reindeer ornament that kids can help you make. Each child could make their own reindeer!

If you have excess tissue paper lying around, consider using it for your clear Christmas ornaments to fill! You could even use Christmas-themed tissue paper.

A hot chocolate-filled ornament is adorable on a Christmas tree but also makes a super cute gift!

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