I have had so much fun doing other paint pour projects this year, that I wanted to add some paint pour ornaments to this tree. This is a fun, and a little messy, way to give cheap ornaments an upgrade. I used Color Shift paint because the shifting metallic finish worked perfectly with this tree, but you can use whatever kind of craft paint you have on hand.
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 and Day 2!
I’ve had so much fun doing paint pour projects this year! It’s so satisfying to watch the paint swirl and drip. Check out my short video to see how to make your own paint pour ornaments. I usually share two new videos on my YouTube channel each week, but this week is special. I will be sharing a brand new video tutorial every weekday this week! If you aren’t subscribed to my channel, please hop over and click subscribe!
I thinned my paint out a little bit more than I was planning to. It made the paint pour very easily, but the color is not as opaque as I had expected. I do kind of like the pastel metallic finish that I ended up with, so it was a happy accident!
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These are the other 15 minute holiday crafts that were shared yesterday:
I love these sophisticated gift tags from Pineapple Paper Co.
Our Crafty Mom shared the tutorial for this rustic wooden Christmas sign.
Give your Elf on a Shelf his very own North Pole using this tutorial from Albion Gould.
This gumball machine ornament from P.S. I Love You Crafts is so adorable!
Glam up some papier mache pears using Cupcakes and Crinoline’s quick tutorial.
You don’t have to be a sewist to love this button garland from Carla Schauer Studio!
You only need a few craft staples to make these adorable snowman ornaments from The Country Chic Cottage.
These beautiful caroling lights from 30 Minute Crafts are so cool!
Let's be buds.
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