DIY Glittered Christmas Light Bulb Ornaments

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Making unique designs, especially for the holidays, is a real challenge that unfortunately most of us don’t even try to participate in, in order to win it. Trees, ornaments, garlands, they all are highly used mediums for peoples’ creativity, bringing the world a bunch of great examples of DIY craftsmanship. But you can mix new ideas with forgotten mediums. Like these Snowflake Glitter Christmas Light Bulbs. Find inspiration in the process of making this with only:

• some light bulbs;
• Mod Podge;
• paint brush;
• blue glitter;
• snowflake stickers;
• waxed paper;

Take only a part the bulbs and work with one at a time. Paint with Mod Podge and then stick some blue glitter all over; you can do this with a spoon, like in the images. Set your holiday bulb on some wax paper on the table, in order for it to dry nicely. Repeat the process for each remaining in your first bunch.

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Glittered Christmas Light Bulbs

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4 Responses to “DIY Glittered Christmas Light Bulb Ornaments”

  1. SHEILA says:

    I GLITTERED SEA SHELLS THAT I GATHERED FROM THE BEACH IN FLORIDA–PUT LITTLE HANGERS ON THEM AND USE THEM ON A PINK TREE ALONG WITH SOME PURCHASED BEACH THEMED ORNAMENTS TO REMIND ME OF THE HEALING OF THE BEACH–IT BRINGS ME JOY AT A STRESSFUL HOLDIAY TIME.

  2. heather says:

    How are these ornaments? How do you hang them from the tree? Please tell me you aren’t supposed to screw these back into the light cord???

    • Pam says:

      you can use craft wire – wind it around the socket and make a loop or hot glue ribbon or twine to the socket with a loop. If you check out the original blog post over at Snowflakes & Dragonflies, you’ll see that they were not used on a tree but rather as a tabletop decoration. They look really pretty in a clear glass candleholder as well.

  3. Lula says:

    si pero al conectar las bombillas no pasa nada?? no se calientan o algo así??

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