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Glass Ball Snowflake Ornament

I couldn’t do a 12 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments series without making a glass ball ornament, so for day ten I filled one with some pretty fake snow and snowflakes.  I love the way the snowflakes reflect the light! Also make sure to take a look at all of my other homemade Christmas ornament tutorials!

I used the same glittery fake snow that I used for my snow globe ornament.  Just fill it up to the desired level.  It helps to make a funnel out of some paper for this part.

I got these pretty snowflake sequins from Michaels.

Tie some fishing line to each snowflake.  Make them a little long so you can trim them later.  (I may or may not have stolen fishing line from my kids’ fishing poles for this craft.)

Use hot glue to attach each the end of the fishing line to the inside neck of the ornament.  Try not to get any on the outside of the ornament.  Once the glue is dry, trim the fishing line.

Put the cap back on and you’re done!

<<click here to go to day eleven of this series>>

Just a couple more days left in my 12 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments series.  Thanks so much for being here!  Make sure to go enter the giveaway here before it’s over.

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Toni Barsi

Sunday 22nd of December 2013

So stunning for something so simple! I love the idea of having little dangly bits inside an ornament!

Jessica Anderson

Tuesday 24th of December 2013

Thanks Toni!

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