MOD PODGE PAPER ORNAMENTS
The holiday season is almost around the corner, and it’s time to think of how we will decorate for this beautiful season. Today I am here to show you the easiest mod-podge paper ornaments I might use for this year. I shared some beautiful hand-painted ornaments last week, and today I am teaming up with a great group of bloggers to share some fantastic DIY Christmas Ornaments.
I love to participate in fun seasonal blog hops. Krista from the Happy Housie hosts a few each year, and it’s lovely to see so much inspiration at each of these blog hops.
If you are new around here, here is a quick recap for you: My family and I have been traveling the United States with our camper since last October. And, of course, I don’t carry all the seasonal decorations with me. I like to come up with easy decor items that can be repurposed around the camper and those that don’t take lots of time to make and don’t take too much space.
That’s how these MOD Podge Paper Ornaments were born.
Every National and State Park and every trail and tour we took along the way last year resulted in a map, the park’s newspaper, a trail guide, etc. So one thing I have been carrying around was a bunch of papers. I thought it would be fun to reuse these pages and create something fun with them.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO MAKE MOD-PODGE PAPER ORNAMENTS
- paper/ newspaper, brown paper etc.
- plastic ornaments
- paint brush
The method of creating these pretty ornaments is super simple.
Pick out some papers, tear them into little uneven pieces and glue them on the plastic ornament with the Mod- Podge. Use the brush to apply the MOD-Podge to the plastic surface. Then add on the paper pieces. Easy peasy!
The possibilities are endless!As I mentioned, today I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their DIY Christmas Ornament ideas with you. Be sure to visit their posts by clicking on the links below the images!
DIY Mini Cloche Dollar Store Christmas Ornaments at The Happy Housie
DIY Concrete Ornaments at Taryn Whiteaker
DIY Clay Bell Ornaments at Zevy Joy
DIY Printable Nutcracker Ornaments at Sincerely, Marie Designs
DIY Boho Wood and Tassel Holiday Ornaments at Tatertots and Jello
How To Make DIY Paper Christmas Star Decorations at Life is a Party
Cinnamon Stick Sleigh Ornaments at A Pretty Life
Easy DIY Wooden Christmas Ornaments at She Gave it a Go
DIY Santa Gnome Ornaments at Clean & Scentsible
Candy Cane Ornaments at Love Create Celebrate
MOD Podge Paper Ornaments at Place of My Taste
I hope you found some inspiration to make some pretty Christmas Ornaments. 🙂 Pin this image to save it for later.
And below are some of my favorite Christmas posts from the past!
Your ornaments are so creative and meaningful…the best kind of Christmas decor!
These are so cute! I love how easy these are to personalize with your decorating colours! Or even with your kids – my kiddos would love making these with me! Such a good idea!
It’s a great craft for kiddos for sure:-). Thank you:-)