Jenga Block Christmas Holiday Ornament

Jenga Block Christmas Holiday Ornament

This DIY article shows you how to make a simple holiday present as a Christmas tree decoration. This craft is perfect for an inexpensive craft to make with kids.

What you need

Tumbling Tower Game blocks, 3 per ornament

Mini Bows

9 ft striped ribbon


Wood glue

White paint

Small paint brush

Foam brush





Welcome to our tutorial on how to make a Jenga Block Christmas Holiday Ornament! This DIY craft project is the perfect way to add a unique and personal touch to your Christmas tree decorations. It’s a fun and easy craft that can be made with kids, making it a great way to spend some quality time together while creating something special for the holidays.

This project is perfect for those who love to upcycle and repurpose items. By using Jenga blocks, you’re not only being economical but also creative. You can personalize it with your own message, paint or even add some glitter to make it shine. The wooden texture of the Jenga blocks gives a rustic and charming touch to the ornament.

Not only is this project budget-friendly, but it is also easy to make. Even if you’re new to crafting, you’ll be able to complete this project in no time. This project is perfect for anyone who wants to add a personal touch to their Christmas tree decorations, or for those who want to create something special for their loved ones.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to transform a simple Jenga block into a beautiful Christmas Holiday ornament. So, grab your Jenga blocks, paint, and any other decorations you want to add, and let’s get started on creating this charming and budget-friendly Christmas ornament!

Using the small paintbrush, apply glue to the side of one block, then set another against it, hold for a few seconds to bond them together. Repeat with a third block.

Once you have 6 sets of 3 blocks glued together, paint the entire surface (front, back, and sides) of each one using the white paint and foam brush.

Cut the ribbon into 1 ½ foot pieces.

Lay a ribbon across the center of the front of a block, then wrap around to the other side, tie a loop, then cross to the opposite side to meet in the center. Snip the excess ribbon off and glue the ribbon on at the center. This will be the back of your ornament.

Cut the twist tie off the ribbons, after the point where it is twisted together.

Flip your ornament around to the front, which is where you looped it, then super glue the ribbon to the center where the ribbons meet.

Cut a 6 inch length of twine, and loop the twine through the ribbon on the back of the ornament, at the top.

Tie the twine in a double knot to make the ornament hanger.


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