I don’t know about you but sometimes my ornaments need some sprucing up! I decided I’d get out my scrapbooking supplies and some of my boring, banged up ornaments and get to work.
For my first ornament I took a clear glass ball (boring!) and cut a Nativity scene from my silhouette. I stuck it on the ball and added a ribbon. This would make a great gift for the Sunday School Teacher or Youth Pastor. Just add a tag with the year on it and you are all set with an easy gift. If you don’t have a silhouette, use a sticker.
For this one I took an ornament that was in the throw away pile and I cut strips of scrapbooking paper and then mod podged the paper onto the ornament. I punched a small tag and added JOY from scrapbooking stickers and tied a ribbon around it. I hot glued ribbon around the metal piece of the ornament. You could write any word you wanted with the stickers.
For this ornament I painted one that was in the throw away pile. I applied scrapbooking stickers to the the ornament. To add more texture I applied a shape in the middle of the O and hot glued a jewel on it. I then hot glued some ribbon around the metal. You could write anything you want. You could do a monogram and personalize it for someone.
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