This Winnie the Pooh ornament was made in partnership with Walt Disney Studios to celebrate the home release of Christopher Robin. You can find more Disney ornament inspiration in my ornament master list. This post contains affiliate links.
I’m such a huge fan of Winnie the Pooh that I’m kind of surprised I haven’t made a Winnie the Pooh ornament yet. Now that Christopher Robin is available on Blu-ray, it seemed like the perfect time to give this Disney craft a shot.
Winnie the Pooh Christmas Ornament
To make your own Winnie the Pooh ornament, you’ll need:
- a round ornament blank
- craft foam
- red ribbon
- dark yellow paint
- a paintbrush
- a black paint pen
- hot glue
Start by cutting the foam into ear shapes. Hot glue the ears to the back of your ornament blank. If you want to shape the ears a little bit, heat them with a heat tool or hair dryer.
Give the entire ornament a coat or two of dark yellow craft paint. Once the paint is dry, draw on the Winnie the Pooh face with a black paint pen. I copied the design from my Winnie the Pooh Play Doh jar. (If you’re feeling a little insecure with your ability to draw in the face, you can use the cut file from the play doh post and create the face in black vinyl.)
Finish off your ornament with some red ribbon and it’s ready to hang on your tree.
Your Winnie the Pooh ornament would make a great Christmas gift for your favorite Winnie the Pooh fan along with a copy of Christopher Robin. It’s available now on Blu-ray, DVD and Movies anywhere!
Want to save this easy DIY Winnie the Pooh ornament for later? Click on the photo below to save it to Pinterest!