This particular is actually a great way to add some sparkle to your Christmas tree This particular year in addition to also also then make a few for some awesome gifts!
I love giving things like This particular because every year in which passes these will be unpacked in addition to also also you will be forever remembered by This particular thoughtful gift!
These are great gifts for teachers, friends, family, in addition to also also neighbors. They take very little time to make in addition to also also your friends will absolutely love them!
I used Jane’s photo, a lady who sells these on Pinterest, to show you how these would certainly look with fancy bows in addition to also also a fancier monogram on them. She sells them for $7.99 if you chose to purchase them instead of doing This particular cool DIY project. I know, many of us are definitely busy This particular time of year, so you may just want to order them via her.
I made mine the way Jane does in addition to also also they turned out amazing! I did one for each of my kids in addition to also also husband for my tree in addition to also also then I made up some for gifts.
Supplies needed are:
She no longer uses Mop & Glo, in addition to also also switched to Polycrylic because This particular holds up much longer, where as the Mop in addition to also also Glo tends to allow the glitter to fall off over time). Sticky hair spray or gel Glitter (fine or shaved glitters work better although any kind of glitter should be just fine also), Glass or plastic Ornaments Vinyl (631 OR 651), Transfer tape (to apply the vinyl).
Watch how Stormy McCall makes these darling ornaments in her step by step tutorial.
Photo Credit: Jane