How to Dot Paint Christmas Ornaments - Snowflake Christmas Ornament DIY

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Introduction: How to Dot Paint Christmas Ornaments - Snowflake Christmas Ornament DIY

About: Hi all This is Maria Rose. I do Nail art, Mehendi, Quilling and now hopped onto Dot painting. I make tutorials on youtube. Please SUBSCRIBE if you like my content. :)

This project is for decorating Snowflakes as Christmas tree ornaments. I'll be sharing couple of projects every week on ornaments. Hope you like it. Please watch the video for more details.

Supplies

Snowflake Ornament pattern 1 details:

Colors used: Fevicryl Prussian Blue(Base) Fevicryl Cerulean Blue, Camel 335 Permanent Light Blue for dot pattern Fevicryl White for small border dots

Tool Details: Crochet hook 6.5 mm for centre dot, 5 mm for bigger dots 4.5 mm for medium dots, 3mm for small dots Used Round acrylic tool for top dots

Snowflake Ornament pattern 2 details:

Colors used: Fevicryl Cerulean Blue (Base) Fevicryl Prussian Blue, Camel 335 Permanent Light Blue, Fevicryl White for dot designs

Tool Details: Crochet hook 9 mm for centre dot, 5 mm for bigger dots 4 mm for medium dots Used Round acrylic tool for top dots

Snowflake Ornament pattern 3 details:

Colors used: Fevicryl White (Base) Fevicryl Cerulean Blue, Camel 335 Permanent Light Blue for dot designs

Tool Details: Crochet hook 6 mm for centre dot, 5 mm for bigger dots 4.5 mm for medium dots and 3 mm for small dots Used Round acrylic tool for top dots

Products Used: MDF base from JustmakeIndia on FB Paper twine from Anandha stationery chennai

Step 1: Snowflake Pattern 1 - Steps

Colors and tools are given in the Supplies above

Step 1: Partition the snowflake by its branches into 6. Draw line across. On the intersecting dot in the centre place big dots and surrounded it with smaller dots.Do swooshes around the smaller dots

Step 2: Add another pair of swooshes on top of it. Place a dot on it.

Step 3: Continue placing two more dots on top of it and surround it with swooshes across snowflake branches

Step 4: At the end of the branch place 3 dots and again surround it with swooshes

Step 5:Place few sets of dots between the gaps and surround it with teeny tiny dots using mechanical pencil or push pins

Step 6: Place tiny dots in the centre too

Step 7: Finally on the snowflake branches place tiny dots on the border to complete the design

Step 2: Snowflake Pattern 2 - Steps

This is a very simple pattern but it looks stunning with various layers of top dots

Step 1:Once the snowflake is partitioned place a large center dot and place 2 round of dots around it. On the 3rd layer place one round of blue dots

Step 2,3: On the branches place dots and continue till the end. The size of dots vary and I have provided the size of the tools in the Intro section.

Step 4,5: Once the dots are completed place top dots based on the picture attached

Step 3: Snowflake Pattern 3 - Steps

Step 1: Once the partition is done on the snowflake place a big center dot and surround it by 4 rounds of same color dots

Step 2: Place dots on the branches of the snowflake and at the tip

Step 3: Place dots like a petal around the big dot in the branches

Step 4: Continue dotting based on the picture attached

Step 5: Place tiny dots beside the bigger dots as attached in the picture

Step 6, 7: Draw swooshes as per the picture and finish it with top dots

You can top coat these ornaments with resin for shine.

Please watch the youtube video linked in this project for detailed steps

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5 Comments

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Maria Rose
Maria Rose

Reply 3 months ago

Thank you :)

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55625509
55625509

11 months ago

its cool

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Maria Rose
Maria Rose

Reply 3 months ago

Thank you :) Glad you liked it

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mirelys.1687
mirelys.1687

11 months ago

Precioso me encantó su trabajo y pienso que es una fuente de inspiración para los que empezamos a dar nuestros primeros pasos en este mundo