Updating old christmas ornaments

Some of us will share DIY gifts, some last minute ideas and some, including myself, will be sharing easy ways to update your old ornaments. Although this sweet bird may look a little complicated to make, it is actually fairly easy.I’ve broken them down into super easy, easy and medium. SUPER EASY: Pompom ornament – Start by drawing small loops around the top of bulb. – Draw a second line of loops overlapping the first set of loops. I first saw this on Pinterest on a Russian website, but they use paper balls in the center to make them.The easiest way to save on your holiday budget is by using what you already have.But, if your old ornaments just aren’t doing it for you anymore, there are plenty of ways to give them a little update. I’m privileged to share another fun project challenge with my Michaels Makers friends; I hope you’ll love the variety of projects we’re bringing you.We all have stressors during the holidays and this month, the Michaels Makers were asked to come up with creative and fun holiday hacks and tips to help relieve some of that stress and make holiday entertaining and prepping fun!

Many of these crafts are simple enough for children and would make a great activity for winter break!

It’s almost inevitable that breaking out the Christmas ornaments or breaking down the Christmas tree becomes a bit too literal.

Whether the kids were too excited decorating the tree or the thrill of hanging your favorite ornament was ruined by an unstable branch, it’s important to make sure broken ornaments are handled safely.

All you have do do is use just a tiny little bit and rub it on the ornament.

That one little tube of rub n buff goes a long way. To get a great shiny finish, simply use the top half of the ornament box and set the ornaments upright.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One thought on “updating old christmas ornaments”

  1. Egypt is a Mediterranean country bordered by the Gaza Strip and Israel to the northeast, the Gulf of Aqaba to the east, the Red Sea to the east and south, Sudan to the south, and Libya to the west.