DIY Christmas Ornaments. Faux Fur, Snowball - Styrofoam ball - Faux fur/fleece (short) or any other type of cotton fabric - Ribbon - Nail file - glue gun and /or push pin to secure ribbon for hanging Cut fabric into different shapes like pieces for a quilt. Using the tip of nail file begin pushing edges of fabric into ball until all edges are tucked in. Continue adding fabric pieces until ball is covered. Add ribbon for hanging. Done!
Christmas Goodie Pop Top Cans Reuse old cans and be environmentally friendly. Create the cutest Christmas goodie pop top can. This craft is great for your friends and family. Everyone loves getting a little gift filled with all kinds of fun.
Buy clear ornaments remove hanging part. add some Mop & Glo and swirl it all around and empty into a glass. Leave ornament upside down until all the dripping has stopped. add glitter inside, shake to coat. Shake out excess glitter, and place top back on.
Pearl Wreath (this would be a very expensive wreath, but soo pretty!) Add glamour to a doorway with a pearl-studded wreath. Start with a purchased foam ring, cover it with satin ribbon, then glue on crafts store pearls.
VERY CUTE IDEA! Melted snowman ornament - DIY What a simple and great idea. In the past I have tried making a snowman ornament, but the clay parts would hide under the snow/glitter,never to be seen. This looks like a very do-able project!
Sparkling Ornaments We turned old night-light bulbs into festive ornaments, but any size will do. Just brush on glittering glue, roll the bulb in glitter, and let dry for 15 minutes. Then hot-glue a loop of metallic embroidery floss to the bulb's base