Rhinestone Recycled Christmas Ornaments
These recycled Christmas decorations, you can cover and rhinestones, and they look bling-y and fabulous on my tree! So easy to make that it can be completed in four easy steps.
Raise your hand if you companion her husband or life-trained to ask you, before you throw out stuff? My husband knows better than to throw out old jars and bottles in the trash.usually gives me a chance to you for crafty potential. He also knows that I collect metallic glass lids lately, especially for the DIY Christmas decorations.
What he did not know, would look, how amazing these Recycling rhinestone DIY ornaments when they were finished! You are not pretty? I think you kind of look like the inside of a geode rock. You know, those big rocks that are filled with encrusted gems when you has cracked? Maybe?
these ornaments are Regardless of how they look, sooo easy to use. Let me show you how to power a rock crystal geode ornament from a lid:
recycled Christmas ornaments
recycled lids (preferably plain and metallic in color)
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Mod hodgepodge Dimensional Magic
rhinestone (I find mine at the dollar store)
step One: Drill a very small hole in the edges of each canning lid with your power drill. (not pictured)
step Two: brush a thick layer of Mod smorgasbord on the inner surface of the lid. Start your rhinestone stones down into the glue. Continue to fill in with more stones and use more glue to fill in the gaps. It is OK to overlap the pieces with each other.
on the head . . . but don't worry, if you do! The mirrored floors of precious stones more Shine and texture to add to your jewelry. Once the inside of the lid is completely stones covered with precious, allow the glue to dry.
step Three: Take your bottle of Dimensional Magic and carefully pour the material in and around the gemstones until the jewels are almost covered in the glue.
Allow the DM to dry overnight. If the thickness of the glue is dry, it will be clear! It will look like they are precious stones embedded in resin.
step Four: Thread a length of thin ribbon through the pre-drill holes and tie the ends to create a ribbon loop. Hang your pretty, recycled holiday ornament on your tree this year!
I love how these ornaments the light bounce around. They are the perfect addition to our Christmas tree this year. In my opinion, should be filled the holidays with a lot of sparkle and Shine!
If you like this recycled Christmas decorations I still have two other projects you may enjoy:
night light lamp Christmas tree decorations
recycled gift Box ornaments