Wednesday, December 4

Bedazzled Puff Paint Ornaments

Wahoo! It's that fun time of year where we decorate ornaments, bake yummy goodies and shop our brains away. But, if you are like me then you just bake and decorate because I am all about homemade things. The only time I buy something is if I truly can't "make" it! How funny is that. I wanted to show you today how to bedazzle some ornaments and add a tad bit of color to them. They almost look soft and delicate with a twist of FUN! 

Let's go make some Bedazzled Puff Paint Christmas Ornaments! 


What you'll need:
* Tulip Puff Paint
*Aleene's Jewelry and Metal Glue
*Glue Glun
*Christmas Ornaments, Clear
*Clear Jewels 


The first thing you will do is clean off your ornament, I used windex. 
 Start by glueing your jewels on the ornament. I put a small dot of glue then gently placed the jewel down. 
Let them dry completely before moving on to the next step. 
 When you are done grab your puff paint bottle and lightly squeeze some paint around each jewel. I wanted each ball to have one color but you could add layers of rings around each color if you want. 





I hope you enjoyed this fun tutorial! See you in the next post!

 Huge glittery hugs, JADE
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3 comments:

  1. those see-through christmas baubles are very expensive around here but I got an idea - I can do the same thing with light bulbs! just add a string somehow and voila

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  2. They remind me of glittery leopard spots.

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  3. Is there a reason you can't blob on some fabric puff paint, then stick the jewels in the puff paint? It seems like that would remove a step - and the jewels should stick just as well. Has that been tried? Am I barking up a massive FAIL tree? Happy Holidays!

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