12 Free Plastic Canvas Christmas Ornament Patterns

12 Free Plastic Canvas Christmas Ornament Patterns

Free plastic canvas Christmas ornament patterns are some of the BEST projects to celebrate Christmas! Make a sweet Santa or Christmas train for your tree. We have several designs to choose from!

If you've never worked with plastic canvas before, we have a variety of patterns below that range from beginner-friendly to intermediate. Get familiar with the different plastic canvas stitches before you begin.

Explore patterns for snowmen, stockings, trees, Santas, bunnies, and even an ornament to celebrate the reason for the season. These lovely patterns are just the thing to get you in the holiday spirit. 

Free Plastic Canvas Christmas Ornament Patterns

This tutorial includes patterns for two types of ornaments: a Christmas tree and a darling little stocking. These easy plastic canvas Christmas ornaments are made all the merrier with sparkly thread!

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2. Holiday Angel

Holiday Angel

Make this lovely holiday angel! This pattern is for intermediate plastic canvas artists and the finished results are so lovely. Attach a pin to the back to wear this as a brooch, or hang the pattern on your tree for a festive adornment.

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3. Christmas Railroad Ornaments

Christmas Railroad Ornaments

These wonderful holiday trains are my favorites! The included stitch chart is so handly, and this pattern is detailed but easy enough once you master the basics. Start with the larger areas of color before moving into the finer detail.

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4. Fuzzy Plastic Canvas Bunny Ornament

Fuzzy Plastic Canvas Bunny Ornament

Look at this snow bunny! Make him for your Christmas tree and use him for Easter decorating as well. The fluffy yarn is just too cute!

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5. Santa Claus Ornament

Santa Claus Ornament

This adorable Santa is yours for the making! The accompanying stitch chart is extremely helpful for this project. What could be a more classic Christmas decoration than Santa?

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6. Elf Christmas Ornament

Elf Christmas Ornament

This sweet elf is holding a star for you! The striped socks are such a cute and festive touch, and the ears are so perfect! This design is detailed perfectly. Make him to accompany your Santa ornament.

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7. Star Snowman Ornament

Star Snowman Ornament

This snowman ornament is waving hello with a starry greeting! How cute is his vest? The green and red is woven so tightly together that it looks exactly like a traditional Christmas sweaterv est! His Santa hat is a wonderful finishing touch.

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8. Plastic Canvas Santa Claus Ornament

Plastic Canvas Santa Claus Ornament

For another take on a plastic canvas Santa ornament, check out this darling pattern! This simpler design features fewer colors and a less intricate pattern, making it a great fit for beginners or for those looking to spend a little less time.

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9. Christmas Frame Ornament

Christmas Frame Ornament

Make an ornament completely customized to you and your family! This frame ornament allows you to feature whichever photo you want of the kids or grandkids! This is a darling memento that will be displayed on the tree year after year.

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10. Christmas Tea Ornament Set

Christmas Tea Ornament Set

This adorable pattern set is too cute to pass up! That tea and teapot are so reminiscent of cozy afternoons after a day spent in the snow. Warm up with this craft! The tiny poinsettias are just the most darling detail.

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11. Cross Stitch Canvas Crosses

Cross Stitch Canvas Crosses

For a more religious Christmas ornament, you can make these plastic canvas crosses. Give them as gifts that can be used as bookmarks, or hang them on the tree for a wonderful reminder of the reason for the season.

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12. Plastic Canvas Snowman

Plastic Canvas Snowman

Look at that cheery top hat! That carrot nose! This snowman face is too adorable to pass up. The bowtie! The holly on his hat! The fuzzy yarn! Get the free pattern today.

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