Glad you stopped In! Grab a mug and fill it with something warm and yummy and get comfy! Today we are creating for you an original DIY Christmas Ornament. The Holiday Season has just started but Christmas is going to be here before you know it! Let’s get the inspiration into full swing! Starting today and for the next 12 day’s, Myself and 45 other Home Decor/DIY Bloggers will be Hosting The Twelve Day’s Of Christmas Blog Hop! There will be a new Holiday Theme Every day! Today we are creating for you an original DIY Christmas Ornament. My “Ice Crystal” DIY Christmas Ornament How-To follows the Bloggers links below!
The 1st. Day Of Christmas – DIY Christmas Ornament
Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!
Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!
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Ice Crystal DIY Christmas Ornament
I started with a plain ornament, clear glue, round stickers, white glass beads and shredded metallic basket filler.
I removed the top of the ornament.
Filled it with the metallic shreds and replaced the top.
I used my round stickers to form a star-like pattern around the top.
Using a cheap artist brush, I applied the glue to the area above the stickers.
While the glue was wet, I sprinkled the glass beads onto the glued area.
Remove the labels right away or they may not come off once the glue is dry.
Let the Ice Crystal-DIY Christmas Ornament set firmly before continuing the last step.
For the bottom of this Ornament, I just applied glue to the tip, using the same brush as before and let it set up hard.
Tie a lovely white ribbon through the top ring and you have a lovely glistening
Ice Crystal DIY Christmas Ornament!
This Ice Crystal DIY Christmas Ornaments is so beautiful, Easy to make and really inexpensive! I bought a 4 pack of the Ornament Shells at Michaels for 50% off the regular price of $9.99. The Czech Beads were $2.99 a tube and also at 40% off at H.Lobby, where I also bought the shred at $1.99 and the stickers at $2.49. All at 40% off. The shred will fill many ornaments. You could freehand the glue for the star or use your Cricut to make a stencil. I did use nearly a tube of the glass beads on one ornament but many bounced out of the bowl below me onto the kitchen floor so figure 2 DIY Christmas Ornaments per glass bead tube and it works out to about $2.37 each plus tax. That equals = #FrugalFabFind!
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