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    put drops of acrylic paint inside clear bulbs, then shake... christmas gifts! Cute Christmas craft for school!

    DIY ornaments--these don't look too hard!?!?!

    Christmas Ornaments I did these this year as gifts for everyone in the family. They were easy and a big hit. The egg carton is a great idea but wouldn't work for the giant ornaments I used for some of mine. I used the large (16 oz) plastic drinking cups instead. I also squirted ultrifine glitter inside with the paint which gave extra iridescence.

    DIY - Making Melted Crayon Glass Christmas Ornaments - I am sharing two different methods of making ornament balls that are super easy and beautiful too!

    diy christmas ornaments - approx 20 drops of paint and water, shake until fully coated, shake out excess. Funnel fine glitter, 1 1/2 tsp, shake until you can no longer hear it hitting the sides, shake out excess

    Outdoor Christmas Ornaments - Genius at work. Tutorial to make your own.

    DYI Paint Clear Glass Ornament Balls With good instructions

    Should have stocked up on those clear glass ornments when Michael's had them 1/2 off! Beautiful!

    clear bulb. stickers. spray paint. - place stickers on bulb, spray paint over bulb and stickers. Peel off stickers and left with a clear area where stickers were and painted area around.

    So pretty! Drops of acrylic paint swirled around a glass bulb ornament.

    Made with nail polish and clear glass ornaments. So neat--good use for that nail polish that didn't quite work out for you!

    Kids Winter craft: snowball ornament; coat with glue stick, dip in epson salt. 1 glass/clear plastic ornament glue stick epson salt

    Easy DIY: Painted Ornaments


    Disney Christmas decor//I think I could make this.

    Ornaments made from old book pages...a use for those old math books?

    Crayon Melt Glass Ornaments DIY by awesterfield -Glass Ornaments -Crayons -Hair Dryer -Ribbons,Bows,Decor -Newspaper or covering to protect table --Remove paper off crayons, place small pieces in ornaments, heat up and roll around until you get the desired look you want. Then tap out the left-over pieces of crayon and decorate to place on the tree. :D