Stamped Washer Christmas Ornament



Making a handmade gift is one of the pleasures of Christmas giving.   Stamped washer ornaments are a simple craft that’s sure to please anyone on your shopping list.


Supplies Needed:

Stamp Kit (I got mine at Harbour Freight.)
Black Sharpie
Baby Wipes
E-6000 Glue
Ribbon or Twine

How To:

Start by stamping the washers on a concrete surface.  Be sure to buy a few extra washer because you are bound to have a few failed attempts.

One washer at a time, go over the stamping with a black Sharpie.


Immediately wipe clean with a baby wipe. The marker will make your stamped letters pop.


Glue washers together.


After the glue dries, tie on ribbon.

Stamped washer ornaments are quick and easy to make and also inexpensive.

I’m a 7th grade teacher and made a washer ornament for each child in my homeroom to hang on their tree at home.  Both the boys and girls can’t wait to take these home.

Sharing With:
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Tutorials, Tips, and Tidbits at Stone Gable
Countdown to Winter Party Kickoff at Sand and Sisal
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch
Dare to DIY at The Newlywoodwards, Decor and The Dog, Maybe Matilda, and Two Twenty One



  1. Paula, WOW! What an absolutely lovely and meaningful ornament! Love it!

  2. Love this idea Paula, our Harbor Freight just opened yesterday…I see a visit to pick up a stamp kit in the near future. Thanks for sharing.

  3. That’s awesome. Also love the new blog page. I’ve been off for a while.

  4. What size punch set did you use ? There are many sizes out these and it was not noted which size was used ? Also, how about the size of the washers ? I am new at this, so I need more info !

  5. love this customized ornament!

  6. This is a fantastic project… I have always wanted to try this- thanks for the inspiration!

  7. I love everything about this project! Awesome!!

  8. So pretty Paula! I have a necklace pendant like this and I adore it! Gorgeous ribbon too xox

  9. That is so cute!! I have a stamp set because I use it to make garden markers so I’ll have to give this a try.

  10. Cute project, Paula!

  11. Love these! What a perfect litle memory ornament!!

  12. This turned out great! I love this idea!

  13. I had no idea a stamping kit like that even existed! I may have to put that on my Christmas List for this year! Your ornaments look amazing. Great Job and thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  14. It’s official – this is on my list for the year. If I can find my metal stamping kit. 😉 What a great gift idea.

    Thank you so much for linking up to Dare to DIY!

  15. Jessica @ A Humble Creation says:

    What a great idea! They’re beautiful. And I love that you made gifts for all your students. You are obviously a very caring teacher. Thanks for sharing with us. I found you from linking up with the DIY challenge today.

  16. What an awesome gift! And so thoughtful of you to make them for all your students. They’ll be such great keepsakes throughout the years. I love it!

  17. Crystal @ 29 Rue House says:

    Really cute idea and such a nice gift for your students! I checked out the stamp kit and it is only $9 – that is definitely doable!

  18. Love this idea! And that stamping kit looks like a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing!

  19. michelle@decorandthedog says:

    I’ve been wanting a stamp kit. Just another reason why I need one! Very cute! Thanks for joining the Dare to DIY.

  20. SO love this craft and ornament! What a contemporary take and so unique! You are so clever Virginia!!! I hope Santa brings me a stamp kit like this one!! 😉


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