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Materials: 1. Glass or Plastic Ornament Balls 2. Paint. ~used to fill the ornament inside ~used to design your ornament outside 3. Clear Krylon ~used for sealing the ...
Start by removing the ornament from the box and remove the hook from the ornament. Choose the color paint you want for the inside (solid) color of your ...
After swirling the paint, turn the ornament upside down and let it drip dry into the paper cups. The paper cups, will catch the excess paint which could ...
After the drying phase, the ornament can be considered complete if you want a simple solid colored ornament. You may however, choose to decorate the outside to make ...
After you have finished decorating your ornament, spray the ornament with a clear coating of Krylon. This last step is important if you plan on preserving any decorations ...
If you choose to give the ornament as a gift, you can wrap it in a nice holiday baggie and tie it with a bow. Or you can ...
Please feel free to post your ornaments ^^ I had a bunch of pink ornaments left over, so I let my cousins all design their own!
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