The English word ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) is very popular with people who love arts and crafts, children’s products and sports in Brazil. It is a type of synthetic foam that is found in everyday materials in a variety of shapes, colors, and thicknesses. Today we will about the Christmas ornaments in EVA talk
This is because EVA is a very versatile and inexpensive material and can be found at most stationery stores. And as Christmas approaches we decided to bring a post, just the best of two: Christmas decorations made with EVA at home! Also see how to make handmade Christmas decorations.
Tips and ideas for EVA Christmas ornaments to get inspiration when decorating the house:
Figure 1 – Christmas tree decorations in EVA: a very large bow on the top of the table tree.
Many doubts can roll between an arch and a star at the top of the tree. But we’re bringing a very creative and eye-catching tie idea to a table tree.
To create a professional connection with EVA, a tutorial to help you
Image 2 – Easy to make personalized embellishments.
The cool thing about making your own decorations is using shapes you don’t usually find in stores, like this little wolf that adorns the tree.
Figure 3 – Invent your own tradition of embellishments with the versatility of EVA.
Image 4 – Christmas decorations in EVA: cut and distribute Christmas cards.
The Christmas cards can be delivered with happy Christmas messages and a neat decoration.
Image 5 – Door ornament for Santa Claus don’t forget to spend in the house.
Of course he won’t forget a home, but it doesn’t cost anything to guarantee, does it? EVA is a material that can be used for both large and small ornaments.
Picture 6 – Santa Claus with several layers in EVA.
Use multiple layers to add texture and depth to your decorations, especially if they have a lot of details like this Santa Claus.
Picture 7 – Christmas ornament in EVA: banner of colorful minimalist pine trees.
Minimalism is on the rise and Christmas, although it is a time of enough decoration, can easily step into this style. Use simple shapes to denote classic items like pine.
Image 8 – Flower ring for napkin.
The EVA can also be a great material for the napkin ring! It guarantees the structure and flexibility to put the napkin and a nice decoration.
Picture 9 – Christmas ornament in EVA for table.
Whether due to a lack of space or because you don’t want a large tree in your living room, tabletop trees and smaller sheds are very popular in homes and for children they can mean a special time for decor and tradition.
Picture 10 – Religious figures in EVE.
Another idea to show the versatility of EVA in different colors and shapes that can be used. It works very well for religious figures too.
Picture 11 – Christmas decorations in EVA: decoration of the packaging for souvenirs.
The character of Santa Claus cannot miss Christmas. It’s pretty easy to do in EVA, here is a basic artwork.
Image 12 – Embellishment for the door: garland with EVA coins.
Garlands are classic and very easy to make. It is important to put the format together. Let your imagination run wild!
Picture 13 – Plaquinhas of trees full of glamor.
How about EVA, glitter and ribbons? Don’t be afraid to design this material differently!
Picture 14 – Gingerbread house with EVA to make work easier.
The gingerbread houses, the famous gingerbread cakes, are Christmas traditions in the United States and, since they are quite tedious and not part of our traditions, how about driving them with EVA? We have separated a template for you!
Image 15 – The symbols of Christmas and signs to decorate the house.
For those who are without a lot of ideas, the classics never go out of style or become boring!
Picture 16 – Dare in shapes and cuts with this material.
If you have a little more practice or patience with crafting and EVA, the whole format is possible and looks great.
Image 17 – Step by step: balls with EVA strips for garlands.
If you want to innovate in the decorations of Christmas baubles, here is a great tip, be it to hang in a tree or to make a very stylish garland. We separated a very practical tutorial so as not to be mistaken on the spot:
Image 18 – Christmas tree decorations in EVA: a forest of colorful little trees forms a larger tree.
For wall decoration, all creativity is welcome if you think of the ornament. The pyramid shape for the Christmas tree is already classic and, regardless of the color, cannot be confused.
Image 19 – Flowers with a lot of technology.
Although EVA is a very simple material, it takes more experience to do some things perfectly. Practice a lot!
Picture 20 – Another Christmas card.
Picture 21 – Santa’s cone basket.
A type of packaging for children’s parties. Santa’s decorations are classic and there are no false references to a beard, red clothes and a large black belt.
Picture 22 – Think of simple formats and use other possibilities to make them more interesting.
Its embellishment gets a completely new face and a touch of professional craftsmanship!
Picture 23 – Activities with children: Ride your own sweater.
Christmas is not just decoration and interior decoration, it is also a moment of unity to celebrate and have fun with the family. It’s even interesting for kids to create games and activities to encourage them to get into the Christmas spirit!
Image 24 – Christmas cake.
The fake cakes are good acquaintances of EVA, which, in addition to the softer texture, give them firmness and continuity in the details.
Picture 25 – Pinguinzinho is enjoying the Santa hat.
Picture 26 – Packaging for handmade and other gifts.
For simple and neutral gift wrapping, each colorful and different intervention makes everything seem more interesting. Here is an example of that.
Picture 27 – A whole village from EVA.
Image 28 – Christmas tree decorations in EVA: snowflakes in all shapes.
Paper snowflakes are very common and they can be made in EVA too! The material gives more durability to your gelatin, it doesn’t melt and yet gives the paper a different texture.
To cheer you up even more, we’ve separated a tutorial from some flakes of different designs that you can do at home with the material:
Picture 29 – Christmas ornament in the door EVE.
Door panels with EVA are very easy and quick to make! Let your creativity run wild and have fun.
Figure 30 – Sparrows for those who cannot eat a lot of sweets.
The traditional forms of Christmas are iconic, whether made with the usual materials or re-read.
Image 31 – Bright pinheads on cards.
A small detail on your Christmas card that is sure not to go unnoticed! With a layer of glue, the EVA holds all kinds of glitter and glitter very well.
Picture 32 – To hang and decorate the walls of the house: Snow Kit with drawings in the line.
This is great for making and creating a lovely garland! Finish the job with inline details, be it wool or string, with the patterns of Christmas clothes.
Image 33 – EVA heart with details in high relief ink and colored threads.
A great way to get the best of EVA in small forms is its versatility in modeling and applying different materials when it comes to the details.
Picture 34 – EVA tree with a cone base.
We talked about another Christmas decoration post about trees with conical bases. For this base, you can use either rolled up paper or a roll of sewing lines or strands, which are usually this shape. Then just use creativity to think of and put together a special cover.
Figure 35 – Reindeer souvenir packaging.
In order to leave the souvenirs that will be distributed to your most interesting guests, not only the content is enough, but the packaging makes the first impression for everyone. Also, check the shape to make a box.
Picture 36 – The good old man with the bright red nose.
With a little glue and a lot of glitter, it takes on a completely different shape.
Picture 37 – Put more personality into simple objects.
If you think your shapes or materials will leave your items with a very simple face, use glues, glitter, embossed paints, and even fabrics and lace to leave everything with the effect you want.
Picture 38 – Think of more complex shapes and be patient with the scissors.
And use the flexibility of the material to innovate in the applications. In this example, after the jaw was cut, it has been rolled up to go through the bottle and perch in it!
Fig. 39 – Signaling of the North Pole.
Nothing more traditional than a little penguin at the North Pole, but of course in the Christmas spirit!
Image 40 – Garland to form a small curtain with the symbols of Christmas.
EVA also works very well in garlands. Use a needle to pierce the line and pass to hang each shape.
Picture 41 – Another EVA tree in a base cone.
Glue the paper in a basic cone shape of the preferred size in the way you find it most harmonious. A good inspiration is the picture with EVA in the leaf cut. Use your creativity to innovate!
Image 42 – Accessories for flowers for hair with EVA until it seems true.
This accessory proves that EVA can be worked with many details and creates wonderful jobs that make everyone upset!
Picture 43 – Thank you tree.
Picture 44 – Embellishment for Rudolf’s tree.
The most famous red-nosed reindeer in the world cannot be missing as a Christmas tree ornament. Separate two free artwork for your inspiration, the first in a version closer to the cartoon style and another in a more realistic silhouette!
Image 45 – Santa Claus in EVA and very, very glitter.
Not only do you have to use EVA paint in your favor, take advantage of the versatility of applying material, glitter, sequins, and other embellishments that you find interesting.
Picture 46 – Small Christmas tree with EVA.
Picture 47 – Christmas ornament in EVA: simple and very stylish cards.
Christmas cards are great souvenirs for families, business partners, and friends, and EVA can help you with the agility and customization of these simple, yet fun and festive cards.
Picture 48 – Santa Claus has a hidden present for you.
This Santa Claus brings the presents to the kids everyone knows, but it’s always a surprise when he packs himself!
Picture 49 – A decorative hamburger on the Christmas tree with EVA filling.
The colors on offer at EVA stationery manufacturers are great in these times to play the role of other materials.
Picture 50 – Tree with printed EVA strips.
On a long base, adhesive strips made of approx. 1 cm thick EVA of your choice are folded in the middle. This tree is very well structured and it gains volume by bending the strip.
More video ideas for making an EVA Christmas ornament
Watch the video tutorial with practical tips on how to make Christmas decorations on EVA. As explained, the first option is a mobile, then a large loop and finally a table tree:
How about your Christmas decorations on EVA today?