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I used these flat glass ball ornaments that I found at Michael’s.
1) Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils (the exact stencil that I used is no longer available, this one is similar)
3)Martha Stewart Glass Paint (White Opaque)
6)Silver Glitter – Optional
Step 1: Remove the cap and pour some silver paint into the glass ball ornaments. Swirl the paint around to coat the inside of the ornament. You may want to add a couple of drops of water to help move the paint around more freely. I left a few blank spots and poured some glitter in, which give a nice sparkly effect on the bare areas. Allow to dry.
Step 2: Stick the Adhesive Silkscreen to the outside of the ball ornament.
Step 3: Using the Foam Pouncer, apply the paint over the silkscreen. I chose this floral lace design, It was too big, so I just painted the portion that fit on the ornament.
Step 4: While the paint is still wet, carefully peel back the Silkscreen to reveal your design. That’s it! Just make sure you wash your Silkscreen right away, so that you can reuse it again.
I love how these look, so delicate and pretty and so easy to make! I really like the way the added glitter kept the paint from sticking perfectly. It gave it a lovely time worn look, as if it were an Antique Christmas Ornament passed down through the generations. I hope you liked this Christmas Ornament Craft Tutorial! You might also like these Easy DIY Holiday Snowflake Decor Blocks HERE.