Every Christmas season we make a few new ornaments for our tree. I love pulling out our passed projects and thinking back on the memories of that year. I try to make something new too. We have painted walnut shells, hand-stitched felt designs, folded ribbons into stars, and more.
Our first craft this year is a clothespin snowflake. This one requires some extra time to let the wood glue dry. You could glue them together on one day and paint them the next day. I am not a fan of glitter, but I put on a brave face and carefully proceeded. I love how this turned out and how it shines on our Christmas tree. The best part is that it does not shed any glitter! I’ll show you how…
- Paints (acrylic)
- Brushes (simple set)
- Varnish (acrylic)
- Wood glue (any brand works)
- Drill (love our Ridgid drill)
Go get creative and make something you love!