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Dec 01 2017
2 weeks ago
6:00 PM MST

15 Inspiring Ways to Dress Up Dollar Tree Clear Ball Christmas Ornaments

Dec 01, 2017 @ 6:00 PM MST
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Will you be making Christmas ornaments this holiday season?

Consider personalizing clear ball ornaments as a fun DIY project!  They come in both glass or shatterproof plastic varieties and are so easy to personalize and craft with. Score a 2-pack for just $1 at Dollar Tree!

The options are endless when embellishing and filling clear ornaments!

You can paint or glitter the inside, decoupage the outside, fill them with candy or faux snow, personalize with photos or vinyl decals. They’re a blank canvas for creativity, and a fun holiday activity for all ages!


The good news is Dollar Tree carries clear plastic ball ornaments as well as other craft supplies to compile some of these examples on the cheap!


Here are 15 brilliant ideas to get you inspired…


1.) Reindeer Ornaments 

Grab some brown pipe cleaners, and googly eyes to make these fun reindeer ornaments. They are so perfect and adorable for kids to help with!


2.) Baby’s First Christmas Ornament

How great is this keepsake with a baby’s cap and hospital bracelet?! Such an adorable idea to display a memory of the day your child was born!


3.) Simple Snowman Ornaments

Do you wanna build a snowman?! This is such a fun ornament to make with the kids and the best part is most of the supplies can be found at your dollar store including the clear fill-able ornaments, pipe cleaners, and faux snow. Get the directions HERE.


4.) DIY Photo Snow Globe Ornament 

Photo gifts and keepsakes make the most thoughtful presents! Those are my favorite to put on the tree each year. Go HERE to learn how to make this adorable Snow Globe Ornament.


5.) Grinch Ornaments

If your kids are fans of  The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, consider making some easy DIY Grinch ornaments! This fun example uses green colored candy, but you could always use green beads or strips of paper for a non-edible version. So cute.


6.) Melted Snowman Ornament 

Grab some epsom salt and peppercorns to make the cutest melted snowman ornament ever! Looks super easy to make too.


7.) DIY Beach Vacation Ornament

Next time you’re on a beach vacation, save some sand and seashells to make a fun vacation keepsake ornament for your Christmas tree.


8.) Fabric Scrap Ornament

I LOVE this simple and pretty idea of using fabric scraps and Mod Podge to embellish clear ornaments. Christmas scrapbook paper would be nice as well.


9.) Glitter Ornaments 

You won’t believe how easy glitter ornaments are to make using glitter and household floor wax of all things! It takes less than 5 minutes to make one and glitter ornaments are SO PRETTY! I made the ornaments pictured above using these easy directions.


Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.

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