I started with some clear plastic ornaments from Michaels, glitter, and floor cleaner.
Take the tops off each of the ornaments. Pour a little floor cleaner into the ball and swirl around. Pour out any excess cleaner.
Pour some glitter in the ball. I made a funnel from paper to get it in the hole. Put your finger over the hole and shake the glitter all around until it is evenly coated on the inside.
The next step was personalizing each one. I wanted each family member to have an ornament. I traced letters onto small strips of contact paper. Using an exacto knife, cut out each letter and place on the ornament.
I used several coats of white craft paint to fill in my stencil and let dry.
Once the contact paper is peeled off, you have an ornament for each person.
They add some more blue and sparkle to the tree. The light shines through a little since they're not solid.
Here's a look with the rest of the tree.
Hopefully this is a tradition we can keep up with. Any personalized ornaments on your tree this year?
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