Ornaments by You

DIY By Mariel Reyes @momandagirlwithplans

You can create an ornament to match any decor! It is a perfect gift or fun and quick project to customize your own home. All you need is a fillable ornament, a hollow ornament available in tons of shapes and sizes that you can open and fill up. For example, you could fill up your ornament with Happy Planner discs, pompoms, pictures, faux snow, glitter…you name it!


  • Clear plastic fillable ornament
  • Filler
  • Ribbon
  • Stickers- Winter Value Pack Sticker Book, Mambi Sticks


Step 1: Take the cap off the ornament ball. Put in filler. Here I am using pompom balls, but get creative! If you have the ornament that opens up into two halves, you can use larger items as filler- like Happy Planner discs.

Step 2: Replace lid and add a sticker to the outside. You can use a holiday sticker or an initial or name to personalize your ornament.

Step 3: Add a ribbon if you choose and you are done! Enjoy your fun custom ornament.

DIY By Paulina Ulloa @poliplanner_

Personally I think discs could go on anything! So cute that I thought I could put them on my tree ! And what better way to complete this craft with a colorful pompom. The best part about this DIY is that you can mix and match yarn colors and discs colors :) personally I like pastel and gold so this palette was my first choice!

Here’s what you’re going to need:

  • Yarn of you favorite Christmas color
  • Discs that match your yarn
  • Glue gun ( yay Miss Maker !)
  • Siscors
  • Piece of white paper


  1. Create a pompom using your favorite technique!
  2. Use three long strands of yarn to wrap around the pompom
  3. Braid the strands and hot glue the end of the braid so you can make a loop
  4. Take a piece of paper and cut a circle that can fit inside the disc and glue it to the back
  5. Glue the disc to your pompom

And you’re set ! Hang them all on your tree or gift it to a planner friend

DIY RESIN CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS By Jasmin Gillard @jazzuptheplan 


  1. Epoxy Resin Kit
  2. Happy Planner Stickers. I used Winter 2019 and 2020 and the Christmas Joy Mini Sticker Book.
  3. Disposable Plastic cups or a hard plastic measuring cup.
  4. Tooth Pick
  5. Foil Flakes
  6. Garbage Bag
  7. Silicon Resin Mold
  8. Heat tool ( torch, heat gun, or lighter). If you don’t feel comfortable with heat then you can use a straw.
  9. Twine, String or Ornament Hooks


  1. Lay down the garbage bag to protect your work surface.
  2. Follow the mixing instructions on your Resin Kit.
  3. Pour resin into your mold about half way.
  4. Take your heat tool and wave it a couple of inches above the resin. This is to remove as many bubbles as you can. You want the resin to be as clear as possible.
  5. Let Resin sit for at least 20 minutes.
  6. Take your sticker (the clear ones are easier to work with) and place it face down in the mold. Using the tooth pick to push it down into the resin. You want to make sure it’s completely covered. Use your heat tool to remove any new bubbles.
  7. Let Resin sit for at least 2 hours.
  8. Take your foil flakes and place them on top of the resin. You can push some in for more dimension.
  9. Pour resin over foil flakes. The flakes should be completely covered. A good way to know is that the foil will appear dull.
  10. Follow the instructions from your resin kit on how long it with take to cure. Mine took about 24 hours. You want to leave them covered so that dust doesn’t get in. I used a happy planner squad box but you could sit it in a shoe box too.
  11. Remove from mold and loop twine, string or ornament hooks.
  12. Hang them on your tree!

Notes : 

  • You want to make sure that you’re wearing gloves when you’re doing any of the steps that involve touching the wet resin. If it does get on your skin then use a shampoo or acetone to remove it.
  • You want to make sure you’re in a well ventilated area. Most even suggest wearing a mask.
  • You can do this with a UV Resin. You would just have to follow those steps. It would definitely be a quicker process.
  • If you want to reuse your cup. Leave the popsicle stick you used to mix the resin in the cup. When it cures you’ll be able to pull it right out and reuse it for another project.
  • If you want a more full background then mix the foil flakes with the resin and pour on top of the sticker later. Just make sure that all of the flakes are completely in the resin before curing.