So, letting the girls dictate how Christmas is decorated this year (I’m trying) they requested more glitter. More sparkle.
More sparkle you say?
Then you shall get more sparkle!
So we decided to take some clear ornaments, you can find these anywhere right now. I’ll stress that again, anywhere.
And, some Martha Stewart glitter, it came in a package of three but I bought the same kit last year so I’m overflowing with Gold glitter. Hate me, I know. The herpes of the craft world is having a serious outbreak at my house.
I also have an abundance of Mod Podge and glue because you just never know when you’ll need it.
And, clearly this tutorial started out as a Ball Jar tutorial. Apparently I didn’t take pictures of the ornaments. And you call this a tutorial Rachelle? Geesh.. But, well.. It’s late. Pretend those are ornaments.
I’m really good at this.
Then you basically take your pick. I taped off one so I could spray paint it with some muted gold, which I’m a big fan of. It isn’t yellowy at all. I also get really messy when it comes to spray paint. That can is embarrassing.
I taped one off and shhmeared some Mod Podge on it and dipped it in glitter.
Again, pretend that’s an ornament. Mason Jar, ornament..Same thing.
Bet you’ll never guess what my next tutorial is going to be…bwahahaha.
I used the glue to make little dots and sprinkled the glitter on it. My favorite! But super hard to photograph.
Chevron was used too, but he’s a jerk and wouldn’t photograph either.. You can see a bit of him up there though.
Are you laughing? I am. This tutorial is all over the place.
Blogger shmogger..I won’t quit my day job anytime soon.
Then, one I got really wild and put it in the spray paint cap to spray it and it turned out with a really cool ombre’ effect.
So easy. The possibilities are endless with these clear ornaments, you know.
Put some snow in them, maybe a mini tree and it’s like a winter wonderland!
Have the kids write out their Christmas wishes and tuck them inside for keepsakes every year.
Shells and sand from your vacations.
Sprinkles. Enough said.
Pinterest has a million to choose from if you’re in need of some more inspiration.
Inspo, as my husband calls it–he says it’ll go viral soon.
So, there you have it.. Some of my favorite sparkly ornaments as of late.
I’ve also done these little diddies in Christmases past.
I hope you’re inspired to go make some ornaments this year. Because all that glitters IS gold!
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