My last sparkly dollar store ornament tutorial this week is made from two classic craft supplies: hot glue and sequins! I was inspired by this tutorial from the amazing Aunt Peaches. I used this technique to make a sequined star for the top of my tree, but you could make smaller ornaments in any shape you would like.
I am thrilled to be one of the hosts for this month’s round of Craft Lightning! Thirty-nine bloggers will be sharing lightning fast holiday projects, while Angie, Carolina and I each add five of our own new tutorials. Check out all the projects from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4!
Once you get the hang of this easy ornament tutorial, you will want to make dozens of new ornaments. Watch this short video to see how to make them.
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I made my ornament on top of freezer paper, which was a mistake. I should have used waxed paper or a silicone mat, so the hot glue peeled off cleanly. It all worked out in the end, but you will have more success if you do as I say and not as I did. I hope you liked all my quick, glittery dollar store ornament tutorial this week. I had a ton of fun making them! If you make any of your own, please tag me on social media so I can see!
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This tutorial from Lydi Out Loud uses pretty metallic vinyl to make some fun tea towels!
Set a pretty Christmas table with DIY wreath place cards from Creativities Galore.
I love that this personalized gift sack from Make Life Lovely can be used year after year!
I adore these sweet glitter lightbulbs from Frog Prince Paperie!
Is your family counting down the days until Christmas? Now you can keep track together with this countdown DIY from A Sweet Berry’s Blog.
These snow globe mason jars from Happy Go Lucky are the perfect way to package up Christmas treats.
Get the tutorial for this elegant split monogram ornament from It Happens in a Blink.
These Pendant Tray Necklaces from Becoming Martha would make lovely Christmas gifts.
These easy holiday earrings from my co-host Carolina are so cute. Get the tutorial on her blog, 30 Minute Crafts.
Last, but not least, are these adorable jar snow globe ornaments from my other co-host Angie of The Country Chic Cottage.
Let's be buds.
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