This is a holiday DIY series showcasing 10 different ways to decorate a glass ornament. This week, I have five of my favorite crafty bloggers lined up to share their brilliant ideas.
Today’s tutorial is by AmberLee of one of my very favorite readers, GiversLog (and genius behind the hot chocolate on a stick company, Ticket Kitchen!)
I’ve been wanting something cozy to adorn my tree this year.
Fortunately for me, after we pulled out all our Christmas-decor boxes, I found that all the boxes of my kids too-little clothes needed major organizing. As I was sorting through boxes and trashbags of little clothes, I came across a few pair of tights
and that’s when it all came together.
The project was simple. I just sliced up the tights to be a bit longer than the ornaments. I found it worked better to slip the fabric over the ornament first, then stitch through the resulting ruffles on the bottom and pull it tight and tie it off. I added a little fabric glue to the edges and sort of worked it into the fabric so I wouldn’t have to worry about fraying. Finally I simply rolled down the top.
I thought the result was quite cozy. Don’t you? It makes me want to run and put on a a big fluffy sweater myself.
That’s all, folks! Ten days of crafting with glass ornaments! A huge thank you to all our fabulously talented contributors. Aren’t they the best?
In case you missed it:
Day One: A Christmas Scene
Day Two: Gold Dipped
Day Three: Glued and Painted
Day Four: Time Capsule
Day Five: Retro Striped
Day Six: Colorful Painted Baubles by Melanie
Day Seven: Monogrammed Surprise Gift by Victoria
Day Eight: Glitter Dusted by Kersey
Day Nine: Mini Pom Pom Ornaments by Susan
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Hi there! I'm Liz Stanley. Born and raised a New Yorker I now live in the fairytale city of San Francisco with my husband, son, and baby girl. This lifestyle site is a collection of pretty, creative, and budget-friendly ideas to Say Yes to a more crafty, stylish, and family-focused life. MORE >>>