Rustic Lighted OrnamentPosted on Nov 26, 2017 6:15:00 AM by Tammy Santana
My daughter and I love making our ornaments for the holidays. This year we have a rustic theme decor in my house, so I decided to make some cute winter white ornaments. I love the look of winter white and rustic wood together. With very few supplies, you can make your own ornaments also.
Made by: Tammy Santana
Time: 20 minutes
Here’s what you need:
- Glue Dots® Permanent Dots™
- Plastic clear ornament with hole cut in side (terrarium style)
- Cotton balls
- Miniature Christmas Tree
- Small wood piece
- Battery powered LED lights
Here’s what you do:
Separate the cotton balls to make them look like snow drifts.
Secure a piece of cotton to the bottom of the ornament with a couple of Permanent Glue Dots.
Wrap the LED lights around the miniature Christmas tree and secure the battery pack with a couple of Permanent Glue Dots.
Place the tree inside the ornament and cover the battery pack with more cotton.
Place the wood piece on top of the cotton to look like a tree trunk.
Cut a 9 inch piece of ribbon and tie on the top of the ornament if you would like to hang your ornament on your tree.
That’s it! It’ so easy to assemble and it will look so cute either hanging on the tree or as holiday scene decor on a table.
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Hello! My name is Tammy Santana and I am happy to be a part of the Glue Dots Creative Maker Team. My background is in interior design and product development, however I enjoy creating beautiful home decor and paper crafting projects as my form of relaxation. I have always been creative, love to work in many different areas of design, and enjoy working with different mediums and tools. As a product development consultant, I am constantly challenging myself to try new things and reach outside my comfort zone. I feel so blessed to be able to work in an industry that I love so much. I am active on Instagram, YouTube and Twitter and love it when new readers find my lifestyle blog and my planner blog and give feedback on my posts. I live in beautiful Southern California with my husband of 18 years and our creative 11 yr old daughter.