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How to Make Homemade Superhero Christmas Ornaments

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Wouldn’t you love to make some homemade superhero Christmas ornaments for your tree? Check out these that hardly cost a thing. For more Christmas ornament ideas, click here.

Homemade Superhero Christmas Ornaments made with clothes pins. Wolverine, batman, captain america, superman, and wonder woman.

I try to make something homemade for the tree every year. I love how the memories add up over the years. What could be better than Marvel Christmas decorations? I mean, this family is all about superheroes, so superhero ornaments fit the bill here.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been in love with Wonder Woman.  Watching her on tv as a little girl, I wanted to be strong and smart like her and save the day. 

I would go down to our basement and put on my bathing suit (that’s what I thought her costume was) and my roller skates so I could spin like her, and pretend to get the bad guys for hours.  One of my favorite memories.  I LOVE Wonder Woman and these Wonder Woman Christmas ornaments were so fun to make!

Time with good friends. A few weeks ago, I saw some ornaments on Pinterest. They were so cute so I pinned them.  A few days later I got a text from my friend Sharica saying she saw my pin and asking me to hang out and make them with her. 

I told her of my less than stellar painting skills. She told me I could do it and it would be easy.  🙂  Oh Sharica, I really can’t paint. But we made the date.

She came over with all the paints and some of her own style of clothespins and drew a few designs on them with a pencil for me to paint. We looked at a few pictures of superheroes off the internet for details. 

First, we painted the main colors, then we painted the accent colors and the details were last.  Later we glued some ribbons to the back for hangers. It was so much fun to paint some childhood heroes on superhero ornaments. 

She helped with the details I couldn’t paint. But more than that, she encouraged me to give it my best try.  I ended up having the best time ever. Good friends are a rare treasure in this world. I don’t take them for granted!

Marvel Christmas ornaments

When my kids saw these superhero ornaments the next day, they were super excited and they can’t wait to put them up on our tree. 

Table full of paints, brushes, markers, and plates of paint with clothespins to paint homemade superhero ornaments on.

Check out these adorable little wonder woman Christmas ornaments, could they be any cuter? I mean, look at those boots! 

superhero ornaments being painted by a woman at the table.

my good friend and I showing off our wonder woman Christmas decorations

I think they turned out adorably. Can’t you think of a ton of people who would love these superhero Christmas ornaments on their tree? Who doesn’t love superheroes?

Finsihed superhero ornaments drying on a paper sack. Clothespin superhero ornaments. Wolverine ornaments, bat man ornaments, captain america ornaments, superman ornaments, hulk ornaments, and wonder woman ornaments.

Can you tell what all of the superhero ornaments represent? Obviously these are hulk ornaments. 

homemade hulk ornaments


Silly faces holding up clothespin superhero ornaments we just made.

hulk ornament and flexed muscle

Mr. Kent got some of his favorite.  Here’s a muscle shot to make your day. Mr. Kent is my personal hulk, I don’t need anyone hulkier than this. He loved the marvel Christmas decorations we made.

wonder woman Christmas Ornaments

The Wonder Woman Christmas ornaments ones were the best.  I thought about what an awesome role model Wonder Woman was for me as a little girl in a world dominated by strong male influence.

Superhero ornaments

If you don’t want to paint some very cool superhero ornaments, plan to get together with some friends and have some fun anyway.  It’s a great way to break up the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and just have some fun. 

What ornaments have you made with your peeps?

For some more homemade ornament ideas that are eco-friendly too, click here. 


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  1. I just found this post, the ornaments are too cute as are you and your friend. This looks like such fun! I do have a question about where to get this type of clothespin? It looks like these are the ones without the springs. Could you tell me where to get some? Thank you!