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Clear ornament. Used spray glue on inside. Poured glitter. Shake ornament to distribute glitter. Used foam stickers for name.

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How to take good pictures of your Christmas tree. I will be glad I pinned this :)

Rhonna Farrer. Love this idea! I could do this using one of the little village pieces I've been seeing at all the thriftshops popping up. Would put in some of the fake snow and maybe a little village person or two from the dollar store. Closer to Christmas maybe add a little tree out in the front or a santa sleigh and reindeer on the roof.

another pinner said -It'd be fun to make one of these with your family each Christmas & build a village. Maybe write memories from the year inside of the house. Cute!

Clean out pumpkin, spray with a little bleach inside to keep mold away, and set pot in pumpkin!! simple unique porch or table decor!!

dollar store fake fruit + glitter never looked so pretty! click here for more winter ideas ☛ su.pr/1Jwhe3

Styrofoam balls, sprayed with glue and then rolled in glitter. Much cheaper than huge ornaments.

Spray Paint Your Christmas Lights! Who would have thought! | landeelu.com

mod podge old lace over styrofoam cone, let dry, remove from cone and spray paint gold or silver. fill with white lights and embellish with a star. Make different sizes for awesome grouping! @Larissa Swanson

glitter ornament - use spray glue inside clear glass ornament. pour in loose glitter. add ribbon and sticker letters to complete!

holiday festivities
Jessie Spann
holiday festivities

Glittered thread balls. Wrap thread around a round balloon. Leave to let dry. Gently hold balloon and cut a small hole in it and help it slowly start to deflate. If you just pop the balloon it can mess up your project.

I love these - toothpicks in plastic spheres spray painted white and covered with spray-on snow!!