Glittery Ornaments

We are nearly dreaming of a white Christmas. We have been watching the snow fall all day out our NJ office windows, and figured that today was the perfect time to share a sparkly ornament project!

It’s hard to concentrate with all of that sparkle out there! We know it puts you in the mood to craft, too… so here you go:

These ornaments are perfect for the tree, or used as package tie-ons. Easy enough to complete in a night, so make your list and sleigh ride on over to the craft store for your supplies!

glittery ornaments

designed by Roxi Phillips

materials

For product information, see sources below.

Krylon Glitter Blast

Lucky Green, Silver Flash, and Sparkling Waters

Sealer

Canning jar rings

Large and small jingle bells

Holiday cookie cutters

Embellishments of choice (such as various ribbon, strings, decorative berries, and paper evergreen sprigs)

Craft glue, ornament hangers, scissors, string

instructions

1. Following manufacturer’s instructions, spray ornaments on all sides with Glitter Blast colors; repeat if necessary to achieve desired coverage. Allow to dry completely.

2. Apply Sealer to glittered ornaments and allow to dry.

3. Embellish ornaments as described below:

wreath: Adhere paper evergreen sprigs to front of canning jar ring, near top. Adhere decorative berries over sprigs. Tie a bow around top of wreath with coordinating ribbon; trim bow ends. Attach ornament hanger.

cookie cutter: Tie small jingle bells to each end of an 8” length of string, then tie string to center top of ornament so they dangle into center. Tie a coordinating ribbon to top of each ornament. Attach ornament hanger.

bells: Simply tie a wide white ribbon bow to top of each ornament; trim ends. Attach ornament hanger.

This project submitted courtesy of Krylon.

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