Pinterest during the holiday seasons. I especially love them because the glitter is only on the inside. Whilst I am smitten with all things glitter, like everyone else, I detest when it ends up everywhere.
I wanted a simple craft to make with my students this year. Something easy that they can give to their families on the holiday. I figured I would give these a try!
Here's what you need:
Michaels for 70% off! I love the flattened circle look!
I made my sample last night and it was wicked easy. All you have to do is remove the top of the ornament and pour in a little bit of the floor care.
Then, I covered it with a paper towel (the mouths on these ornaments are a bit wider than the traditional ball shape, but I love the style of these!)
I swirled the liquid around until the entire ball was coated and then drained the excess back into the bottle.
Next, I poured in the glitter and rolled/shook the ball until it was coated. If you have any excess glitter you can pour that back into the container too. I did mine in small bits, so I didn't have any extra.
Here is my finished result!
I wanted to keep the wrapping simple since they are so fabulous looking!
My sister Kristen suggested the stars to tie them off and I must say, as usual she has fabulous taste! They look so cute, I know my students and their families will love them!
What is your craft project for your class this year?