diy: {sparkle} polka dot ornaments


Over the weekend I was inspired by all the sparkles in the stores, especially by these! I decided to add a little sparkle to our tree. Super easy project, but here are the steps and a few pics if you feel like trying!

 

*thank you fiance for being my hand model!
Add a ribbon to the ornament and it's ready for the tree!

44 comments:

  1. So pretty! What a good idea! :) Now it's time for me to head to JoAnn's...

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  2. these are too cute! last year i was obsessed with collecting pine cones and covering them with glitter. this strikes me as a less sticky project!

    xo
    sami

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  3. LOVE! If I lived near a Michaels I would be doing the exact same thing... unfortunately glass ornaments don't travel well! love the photos!

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  4. You're so crafty - these came out great!

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  5. so funny! I thought of doing the same thing. Except I didn't actually do it:)

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  6. i am obsessed with these! going to try it tonight!

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  7. Love this DIY! Very Kate Spade :)

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  8. Cute! About a month ago I almost bought some clear glass ornaments at Michael's, but I didn't have any ideas of how to decorate them so I didn't. I might have to use this idea!

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  9. So cute! Just found your blog and I love this project. Yay for holiday crafts!

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  10. I love polka dots and these are adorable!

    xoxo

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  11. What a clever and crafty idea! Little glam polka dots! xo E

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  12. Absolutely ADORE this idea!!! Thanks so much for sharing! I have to try it!

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  13. I adore this idea; I've been eyeing the cups from Pier 1 that looks just like this... I may have to give this a try!!!

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  14. Adorable and simple project. I love it.

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  15. They look adorable. I think I should make some for my tree.

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  16. woah, genius. i love a simple ornament with a bit of sparkle.

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  17. What a great idea! My theme of ornaments on my tree right now is gold! I'm going to totally do this! I should make this a craft project with some of my teens I work with!

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  18. This is awesome! I am so excited to try this - you make it look so easy, no doubt I will make a huge mess of it! haha!

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  19. Everything looks better with a little gold glitter. So glam!

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  20. Adorable! This project looks great, and easy enough for me ;-)

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  21. Simply fabulous! I blogged about your tutorial on my polka dotted blog here today.

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  22. oh my gosh! love these. i may have to copy :) great post, great pics.

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  23. These are so cute...love gold!

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  24. AMAZING!! I love this project and it seems easy.

    Polka dots + glitter = Perfection.

    www.turnuptherad.blogspot.com

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  25. Those are gorgeous! Love the polka dots!

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  26. So perfectly pretty! They feel a little Kate Spade ish :) xoxo

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  27. Oh wow, what a great idea. Maybe I'll try some stripes!

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  28. BRILLIANT!! I heart your blog!!!

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  29. I LOVE polka dots so these are amazing! Thanks for sharing! xo

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  30. Love! Talk about an easy, fun gift idea...or ornament exchange item!

    Happy weekend!
    Linsey

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  31. You had my attention at "easy". I even have some Martha Stewart glitter. I think I need to make a few of these.

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  32. These are wonderful and I love the graphics you created in the post!
    Janell

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  33. Carlee they are so perfect and I am going to use your idea!! Very simple yet alegant!

    Do come and enter my Giveaway from Fifi Flowers!!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  34. What a fun idea! I love a little glitter myself. Your blog is lovely by the way. Found you through Bright Bazaar.

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  35. OMG feeling totally inspired! You've just opened a whole cocoon of ideas in my mind. THANK YOU!!

    xx Charlotta
    Space for Inspiration

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  36. getting too crafty makes me nervous.... BUT this is gorgeous!! Love it!!

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  37. Love this project - so creative and fun! Just wanted to let you know I featured it in my roundup of glass ornament crafts here. Feel free to check it out if you want and hope you like it! : )

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

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