My favorite time of the year for store magazines mailings is Christmas time. I love love LOVE skimming through the pages checking out all the Christmas tree decorations, claiming “I could totally make this on my own”. That’s typically as far as I get because I know what looks easy in theory will soon become another ‘ Pinterest Fail.’ But I’m here to say that these painted glass ornaments are actually as easy as they look AND they turn out great!
In about 15 minutes (plus 24 hours drying) I had a set of white & glitter painted glass ornaments that complimented my red, pink, white & silver color scheme.
- Clear glass ornaments
- Acrylic craft paint in any color you want!
- Paper towels
- Empty egg carton
Carefully remove the tops of all the glass ornaments.
Pour a liberal amount of acrylic paint into your glass ornament. Cover the opening with your thumb. Swirl or gently shake so paint is covering the entire inside of the ornaments.
Egg cartons are a perfect ornament holder! Let dry for at least 24 hours.
Place your ornament hanger back on and enjoy!
These ornaments would make great, affordable gifts. They would make fun gift toppers too. You could decorate your garland with them. Or even set in a bowl for a simple centerpiece.
May you never run out of uses for these easy and do-able DIY ornaments!
Not a DIY lover at heart?
Take a look at these fun ornaments (no painting necessary 🙂 )
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These are so pretty! I like that this is a similar concept as painting mason jars and seems pretty easy to do.Thanks for sharing! 🙂
These are so pretty and what a great idea to use an egg carton to hold them!
This looks like a very fun and easy craft. I’ve had many Pinterest fails. lol. Thank you for sharing!
OMG I am in love. I didn’t know you could buy clear ones to paint. I love this idea and what a fun project it could be for the kids next year too. You are full of ideas and endless talented. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me. I hope to see you again tomorrow for another great round. Please note it’s the very last SWM for 2015 and a special edition, year in review so you can link up your favorite four post from this year if you would like and I will return in the New Year ready to read all your amazing blog posts again. Happy Holidays #sharewithme
Awesome !! We did this a few weeks ago and yours def tuenedout better than mine did tips much needed !! Thanks So much for coming by Welcome Home Wed. Laci @ Sequinsinthesouth.com
Lovely and easy enough for a family craft!
What a great idea – these look beautiful!