Christmas Ornaments ~ Use any type ornament, then use a hot glue type glue to make design. Let dry then spray paint..
DIY "Louisiana Snowman" Christmas Ornament -- All you need is a glass ornament, orange clay for the carrot nose, black clay for the top hat, fabric/ribbon cut into strips for the scarf (fray edges), 2 small twigs for arms, white craft sand & ribbon of your choice to hang the ornament.
Snowball Ornament. Coat With Glue Stick, Dip In Epsom Salt. Totally Doing This For This Christmas.
Repurpose Christmas lights as ornaments
Unique beaded glass Christmas ornaments- perfect for gifts or to perfect your tree By ThreeBirdsShop @ Etsy: Our 2 3/8" are the perfect size for smaller Christmas trees. The ornament pictured is done in the whimsical bright colors of Christmases past~bright lights, colorful wrapping papers, and gaily painted toys.
Turn old or dollar store plain balls into fancy with a little bling !!
Its winter and silver and glitter all rolled up into one. And so simple to make its a crime if you don't make at least one to sit on some windowsill for the holiday season. Take one terracotta pot (I personally plan on going wild with sizes, but to each their own) and spray paint in white. Stuff with some snowy winter batting and Christmas lights. Spray on a little diluted glue (in spots or just go nuts and spray all the "snow") and sprinkle on some silver glitter in a creative way. Wrap the ...
Hang a Bit of the Beach -- If you can't put up your holiday tree at the beach, why not bring a bit of the beach to your tree? Easy to make, this little Christmas bauble starts with a basic blue ball. Paint on bands of glue and pour beach sand onto the glue. Dab a bit of glue onto the small shells, press into sand around the middle band, and let dry.
Brilliant! make your own glass float ornaments!