Easy Christmas Ornament

Today I am sharing how I made the easiest Christmas ornament!

Easy Christmas ornaments

No spellcheck needed *wink, wink

I fell in love with these David Tutera wedding tissues a while back, and immediately thought, ‘Decoupage!’ But then I spotted the most fabulous ‘bling on a roll’, also on clearance, and it got me thinking…

What a beautiful gift for newlyweds on their first Christmas!

Supplies:

  • One glass Christmas ornament (clearance; purchased in pack of 6)
  • 3 David Tutera tissues ( these are 3-ply and you only use the one sheet with the writing on it)
  • 1 8″ single line of Bling on a Roll (for inside)
  • 1 2″ double line of Bling on a Roll (to adorn cap)
  • DecoArt decoupage medium
Easy Christmas ornaments

One at a time, insert the tissue into the ornament. Try to keep them going in the same direction ( the words)

Easy Christmas ornaments

Use the end of a paintbrush to even out the paper and puff it up.

Easy Christmas ornaments

Carefully insert a single line of bling and use the end of the brush to help guide it from the tip, up and around the top, and down the other side of your Christmas ornament.

Easy Christmas ornaments

Coat the perimeter of the cap with DecoArt decoupage medium, apply double line of bling, and hold till adhered. This only takes a few minutes.

Isn’t that a fun and easy way to make an ornament? I think so.

Roberta

More Christmas Crafts with LittleB

As promised, I have more Christmas crafts to share with you courtesy of LittleB LLC.

There were a few too many projects to share during our recent blog hop and you can get all the details HERE about that.

LittleB Christmas crafts

Using the seasonal tapes, 3D stickers and paper punches, this card really came together!

LittleB Christmas crafts

I love how many of the tapes are translucent ( like the Christmas words tape). This also helps create dimension on your card.

LittleB Christmas crafts

LittleB Christmas crafts- MINI’s! How much fun are these mini cards/tags? Using the tapes, 3D stickers and Rub-ons, you can create tons of cards in a very short time!

How did I make the blue Christmas tree?

I placed a few strips of the blue and silver starts tape on a piece of cardstock, then using the tree die and my Cuttlebug, I stamped out the tree. — so easy!

Finally, here is my last Christmas Craft idea – a  great card using the skinny little strips of tape like streamers and confetti!

LittleB Christmas crafts

I did use some extra tape runner to make sure the streamers stuck to the card. For the tree, I used the tree die and cut out 2 trees, folded each in half and then glued them together on the inside to create a 3D tree.

Stay tuned for more great inspiration as the Holiday season continues! ~Roberta