Glittery, snowball wood slice ornaments
Can you believe there are only 7 Friday’s until Christmas? It’s like poor Thanksgiving has become the middle child between the candy and fun of Halloween, and the glitz and gifts of Christmas.
On that note, here’s a fun Christmas ornament project for Kelly’s count down to Christmas!
I am going with a natural theme on my upstairs tree this year and I wanted to add a bit of glitz and I thought some glittery, snowball, wood slice ornaments would be the perfect bit of sparkle!
If you’re not familiar with mica glitter, it’s a much different glitter than you find in the craft stores.
You can actually find it here if you’d like to try some. It has a very pretty,natural organic sparkle. Here is also a good resource for Wood Slice tags too.
I made my own by hot gluing the twine on the slices, but if you buy these, you can cut out the middle step. After your hangers are glued on, you can go to the next step of using a paint brush to paint the adhesive on.
You can use white craft glue, but I chose to use Sparkly Mod Podge to give it a bit more sparkle under the mica glitter.
After you’ve completely coated the wood slice all the way around,dip your slice in the glitter and completely cover every glue covered surface and let dry.
I just laid mine out on a board to dry.
I love the bit of multicolored sparkle under the heavier snow-like flakes.
After they dry they are all set to hang!
I think these will be so pretty all over a tree.
They catch the light and look like frozen snow flakes. That’s what I like about it. They have that chunky, icy look,perfect for holiday projects!
Stop over to see these other count down to Christmas projects!
i bet these are absolutely beautiful at night with the lights!
I pinned your slice. Super cute ornament! I love the way little bits of the wood show underneath adding to the color array!
I haven’t ever tried the sparkly mod podge. This sounds like a good idea, and I am imagining all of the things I could give this treatment to!
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