- Plastic Ornaments
- Mod Podge
- Snowflakes Iridescent Sprinkles, or any thick glitter
- Berry Wreath
The ones below are the flat round ones which were perfect for this idea. I had a berry wreath that I had bought 2 years ago intending to use it for a door wreath but decided that cutting pieces of it and sticking it in the ornaments was a lot easier and more fun!
For the next ones, they are a medium round ornament. I found the snowflakes at JoAnn’s on sale.
With a little patience, a funnel and a skewer, all I had to do was pour. After the first one taking a while, I stuck some cotton balls in to take up some space so I didn’t have to take so long to fill them.
I liked the look of them mostly filled and on the tree it lets the light bounce off of the flakes. Just know that it’s kind of messy, hence the newspaper underneath.
For these ones, I had bought them at JoAnn’s on Black Friday one year and hadn’t done anything with them yet. A little paint, some Mod Podge and then dipped in glitter make them fun. To keep glitter from floating around my house after, I sprayed them with a finish clear coat and it helps to keep the glitter in place.
For the large ornament size, I had some fabric that I’ve never used and figured it would work well for this. Just using a rotary cutter, I cut one inch strips of the fabric and then inserted them into the ornament (carefully so I didn’t see all the back sections as much). And with all the ornaments, I used some ribbon and twine to add the loop and some finishing touches.
Super easy and just how I wanted it all to look! Plus it’s red (my favorite color) and we have polka dots, which I’m loving right now!
What theme do you have on your tree?