My Christmas ornament collection started over 40 years ago. As well, as my vintage brooch and pin collection. I thought it would be unique to combine the two for. Let me show you How To Embellish Christmas Ornaments, the easy way.
These don’t take a lot of time, either. That’s always on the plus side, isn’t it? From beginning to end it will take you about 30 minutes to embellish 3 ornaments.
Today I am joined by a few of my blogging friends to share their darling and festive DIY Christmas ornament ideas. They will be listed below for easy access.
Now for the tutorial to embellish your ornaments with brooches and pins…
You don’t need any type of adhesive for this project. Allowing you to change your Christmas ornaments as many times as you want. Let’s get started…
I LOVE the Coastal Elegance glass ornaments from Balsam Hill. Each one is stunning in it’s own right. The colors, quality and style are exquisite.
I wanted to add embellishments to create a new vibe on my Christmas tree this year.
This is what what I used:
*A variety of Christmas ornaments/balls
*1 yard of ribbon, lace or tulle per each ornament
*1 vintage brooch or pin for every ornament
Using a variety of ribbons and colors will add texture and personality to your Christmas ornaments. As always, chose the colors YOU like.
You can coordinate with matching colors, like I did with the pink/coral color ornament. The pink tulle adds the softness that I am looking for.
With a yard of tulle, pull it through the loop on top of the ornament. And then through the clasp of the brooch. Tying a simple (but tight) shoe lace knot, my brooch is attached. It is THAT easy.
*TIP: Allow enough give in the tulle so the brooch hangs from the ornament a little.
To add a pin, leave enough allowance so the ribbon hanging about 1 1/2 inches from the top of the ornament. You can “eyeball” this. Or measure it out with a measuring tape. Use your creativity to make it what YOU like.
Thread the ribbon through the pin clasp on the back of the pin. Then tie a taunt shoe lace bow to the ornament loop.
It could not be any easier, so I used the same steps with the white ornament, too.
This technique will change the overall look of your Christmas ornaments.
I love the added sparkle and glam, don’t you?
I hope you have had an enjoying time learning How To Embellish Christmas Ornaments . I can’t wait to see what YOU come up with, too.
Don’t forget about all of the creative Christmas ornaments linked below! Have fun browsing through and getting those creative juices flowing.
These Buffalo Plaid Ornaments are super easy to make. Use twigs from your yard and your favorite ribbon. Handcrafted by Kippi at Home.
These DIY snowman ornaments are the cutest snowmen ever!! They are just adorable. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to make snowman ornaments. Perfectly designed by A Life of Balance.
This festive rustic wooden Christmas star ornament is inexpensive and simple to make using twigs and dollar store craft supplies. So unique from Rebecca at Zucchini Sisters.
Make this beautiful air dry clay Christmas ornaments DIY. You can easily make a tree full of Christmas ornaments in one weekend. Air dry clay ornaments can also be used as gift tags or name tags for table settings. Use stamps to embellish your ornaments to create some special and unique gifts. Aren’t these gorgeous from Jayne at Chalking Up Success?
You can see more ideas that you can use from my blog…