Easy Sharpie Art Christmas Ornament


Yesterday, I shared a quick and pretty ornament idea, and today’s project– a Sharpie art Christmas ornament, literally takes about 1 minute each.

And, no art skills needed.


For supplies, you need plain porcelain ornaments.  I found mine at Michael’s craft stores.  Almost any plain ornament with a flat surface would work.  You need stamps, ink, a ruler and a Sharpie paint pen.


Simply stamp your pattern onto your ornament.

If you were to leave it that way, it would wipe right off.


Use the stamp as your guide, fill it in with your Sharpie paint pen.



And you are done!

It works really well with a silhouette stamp like below (found at Hobby Lobby).  I only inked the parts I wanted.


This version is just as easy.

Use a ruler to draw lines with the paint pen and then fill in patterns between the lines.



Seriously, could it be any easier?


I completed mine with black and white, but any color combination of your choice would work just as well.  The Sharpie paint pens come in a ton of colors.

Happy crafting and decorating – and thanks for reading!

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3 thoughts on “Easy Sharpie Art Christmas Ornament”


  1. Love these Laura!….great job! Maybe you could make your own “porcelain”ornaments out of polymer clay if you can’t find any plain ones? I’be been loving your diy decorations lately….quick and easy ideas! Thanks for posting! 🙂

  2. Very cute! You could use these as gift tags on packages too! Maybe even find a monogram stencil and make individualized ornaments to use as gift tags!

  3. Hobby Lobby always has many different shapes of these Porcelain ornaments from October through December. They are always marked down so you can make many for not a lot of money. I’ve been rubber stamping them for years and haven’t had any rub off. I use Stazon and bake them for 20 minutes at 375 degrees.