Make easy Christmas ornaments using plastic bulbs and some simple supplies from the craft store – you’ll make several in minutes!
Hi crafty friends! It’s Tara from Suburble, and I’m back with a quick and easy Christmas ornaments project that adds a bit of sparkle to your decor.
And we all know that if you’re going to sparkle, Christmas is the time. I love how the season is the combination of elegance and tackiness in just the right way. Christmas makes me sigh with happiness.
Tell me you don’t feel the same way!?!
I had these vintage crystal beads in my craft stash. These were given to me by my mother – a big plastic container of strands of beads that can come apart. I had saved them (*ahem* hoarded them, my hubby would say) for a craft just like this.
Swoon, if you must.
And then I got to stage . . .
With furry ribbon. (How can you resist furry ribbon? The stuff practically leapt into my arms when I was at the shop)
Yes, we have a Frozen tree. I’m crazy.
Love at last. The ornaments would stay.
I am going to head back to the craft store and grab a few more (or a dozen, who knows?!?) empty plastic ornaments to keep in my craft room. I have the feeling that even more little bits of loveliness will find homes as an ornament this winter!