Until you have taken the time to add the Christmas ornaments, a Christmas tree does not exactly look all that Christmas-y. And that’s why we are here to provide you with a helpful tutorial about making giant Christmas ornaments. One of our favorite things about ornaments is the amount of variety – the shape, color, and size of them is not even relevant.
While you may consider yourself an expert when it comes to your Christmas ornaments, you have probably never seen any that are this large before. Would you like to create some for your own home? Tanya Memme is here to help you out and her expert tutorial is sure to make things simpler.
This project is very easy to pull off and won’t cost you very much either. When the holidays arrive, we don’t exactly have lots of extra money to spend. All it takes are a few simple materials and a few tips from Tanya to have you off and running. These decorations are as unique as they come and they are sure to inspire more than a few questions from your holiday guests.
Some large plastic balls will get you started. You’ll also need some pliers, an art knife, a garden hook, some silver spray paint, a coat hanger, a pint-sized deli container, and waterproof silicone glue. Tanya’s got you covered from there and we urge you to watch her video in full. The process does not take very long and we can’t wait to hear more about your results.
Can you believe that this tutorial can be completed in all of 4 minutes? In the time that it would take you to listen to one of your favorite songs, you can have Christmas decorations that will make you the envy of your neighbors. That’s a bit of an overstatement, you will need to give these Christmas ornaments some time to dry when they are done, but you get the drift.
At Christmas time, we do not exactly have oodles of time and money to spare. That’s what makes hacks like this one so important. Don’t be stingy once you are finished either. Take the time to share this with the Christmas lovers in your life. We all have that one friend or family member that likes to go all out with their decorations.SKM: below-content placeholder