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Decorating the Christmas Tree is always one of the most fun parts of the season. And maybe it is time for you to add the button Christmas trees to your ornament list!

This ornament is very easy to make and can also be a fun craft for the kids. By the end, you will have your very own ornament to hang on your tree that was made by you!

button christmas tree

I grabbed some new ones for my button collection for this easy project. For these button Christmas tree ornaments, I used assorted sizes of red, green, and white buttons making sure to add the largest buttons to the bottom. Except I did add a couple of really small ones to represent the tree trunk.

You can probably find buttons at the dollar stores, they have all sorts of things now for simple crafts. Just make sure that you grab different sizes.

The best part about this beautiful button tree is that it’s a perfect craft for young children and even older kids. Adding the buttons in various sizes is a great motor skill exercise plus it’s so much fun!

This button Christmas ornament is the perfect home decor for this Christmas season. You can also get into your stash of buttons and make these button ornaments to hang other places throughout the year.

hanging tree ornament

Button Christmas Tree

This button Christmas tree ornament will make a great addition to your ornament collection. You would never think to make an ornament out of buttons, but you won’t regret it.

For this craft, you will need buttons, of course, as well as a few other items that you can find around the house or at your local craft store. In less than ten steps, you will be done!

Because this craft is so quick and easy, it is a great project for the kiddos to work on. They will be able to make their very own ornament and feel pride when they see it hanging on the tree.

Since Christmas is the time for giving, you can gift your button Christmas tree ornament to your friends and family. there is nothing like getting a gift that is made from nothing but love.

You can even change up the colors a little bit if you would like to make it more unique. There is nothing stopping you from getting a little bit creative with your crafting.

Have each person in your house make an ornament to hang that is unique to them! You will have a hint of everyone’s personality and creativity on display every year!

hanging button tree ornament

There is no reason that you and your family cannot enjoy this quick and easy button Christmas tree craft this year. You can even make a new one every year and start a tradition!

If you like seasonal crafts, check out the Christmas Wreath, Christmas Gift Tags, and Winter Hat Christmas Ornaments!

hanging tree ornament
Yield: 1

Hanging Button Christmas Tree Ornament

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Since Christmas is the time for giving, you can gift your button Christmas tree ornament to your friends and family. there is nothing like getting a gift that is made from nothing but love. 


  • Scissors


  1. Sort Buttons into a pattern
  2. Cut a piece of bead cord, about 7 inches long
  3. String buttons on, 3 at the bottom if you want a stem
  4. Start then with the largest of your buttons, randomly adding the appropriate snowflake between buttons until you reach the top.
  5. Tie a knot at the top to secure the buttons together
  6. Tie a second know as close as you can to the top of the loose ends
  7. Hang on a tree or carefully stand uphanging tree ornament

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  1. I love your button tree idea. I tried to find the snowflake buttons and when I click your link it says Blocked. So I have looked online and most of the buttons are one size in the package. Your tree looks like different sizes. Can you help me find the buttons you used?

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