Empty glass ornaments are available in craft stores everywhere, from tiny little babies to large globes. Using glass ornaments to create personal creations for your holiday decorating is fun, creative and trendy. Here are some great glass ornament ideas to get your DIY project juices flowing!
So last Christmas we did a bunch of feather glass ornaments, and I WISH I could find the pics for you…but luckily Cook Love Craft did a whole set just like them, and they are so cool!
Glittered glass ornaments are a breeze to make with the instructions from Creative Green Living.
This sprinkles ornament is so cool, I wish we had used it in our Candy-land Christmas Theme! Little Gray Fox used varnish to coat the inside of the ornament, then added sprinkles. Could you use simple white glue as well?
Ok, I’m really intrigued by these DIY air plant glass ornaments… I love them both as they are, and gold dipped! (I’m seeing so much on the blogs lately gold dipped…have to get on that!) Follow this tutorial by Michelle-S.
Scotch Tape has instructions for creating a funky, modern vibe for your glass ornaments…
Then there are the simply filled glass ornaments projects… Such as this one by Handmade by JC… Sheet music cut into strips! Print it on your computer onto beige paper?
Finally, this photo glass ornament is easy for anyone… cut out the photo in a circle, roll and insert into the ornament. Use chopsticks of necessary to move the photo into place. Bunch up colored tissue paper balls (lots of small ones, its a tiny opening!:)) and stuff in behind the photo to keep it in place.Image Credits: Littel Gray Fox, Scrapbook, Cook Love Craft, Michelle S, Scotch, Handmade by JC