While our Christmas tree this year is all metallic, I couldn't resist going big on color with these DIY painted ornaments! Of course, I still had to add a hint of metallic with the copper trim. ;)
These started out as brown paper mache ornaments I found for $1 a piece at Hobby Lobby. I loved the variety of shapes and the blank canvas they provided. They are also shatter-proof!
All they needed was a few shades of my favorite Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Craft Paint, and a little copper foil tape to make them shine!
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Supplies for DIY Painted Christmas Ornaments
How to Make DIY Painted Christmas Ornaments
1. Tape off the areas you want to paint and use a brush to apply the paint. If you have a steady hand, you can skip the tape! Take one section at a time, moving on to the next once it is dry.
2. Add copper foil tape to trim the ornament, using your finger to smooth it down flat. You're done!
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