For the month of December, I'm going to be doing week-long series on different Christmas themes. First up: a week of Christmas ornaments! If you're needing an idea for a sweet gift or a few extra things to trim your tree, this week of posts is for you!
These painted glass ornaments are such a fun and pretty DIY, even the kiddos could do it!
You will need:
- Clear glass ornaments
- Enamel or similar craft paint (I used Martha Stewart's all surface paint) in a variety of festive colors
- Paper towels
Once you are satisfied with the look of your ornament, tap the excess paint out onto your paper towel.
Repeat the process until all of your ornaments are done. Then, allow to dry completely before replacing the ornament top.
I love this! What a great idea.ReplyDelete
Fashion and Beauty Finds
Holly, you are so talented! Those balls looks so expensive! And thank you for your kind comments:-)ReplyDelete
Hugs from New York,
No way! That is too cool! They look amazing and I would love to try something like this myself :) thank you for sharingReplyDelete
Oh wow this is so cool ;) you are so talented, I would love to have this as decoration ;)ReplyDelete
Bisous from FRANCE
What a lovely personalized idea! Lovely!ReplyDelete
The Urban Umbrella
At first I thought you were going to paint the outside...I never would have thought to paint it from the inside. Such a creative idea and I really like the effect of the end result.ReplyDelete
You could also spray-paint it, or put something (a Santa Claus figurine, for example) inside ! :-)ReplyDelete
Maybe I'll show it in my blog.
Good ideas! I've always thought that delicate little feathers looked so pretty inside of clear glass ornamentsDelete