DIY glitter ornaments for your Christmas tree are a fun way to create holiday memories. Each year as you hang your personal creation on your tree, the joy and memory of making your own craft will be rekindled.
Festive themed crafts are a fun way to prepare for the holidays, especially with children.
These glitter ornaments are wonderful crafts for homemade gifts. Little ones will enjoy making their very own ornaments to hang on the tree with pride.
Each of these homemade tutorials are fun to make and will add color and cheer to any festive tree.
Here you'll find all kinds of sparkly, glittery and shiny ornaments.
So why not grab your glitter and glue guns, for a little Christmas crafting fun.
If you have ever wondered which is the best glue to use when working with glitter, then this tutorial has you covered.
Heidi tested over ten different glues to come up with the best glue recommendation for these colorful ornaments.
These festive baubles were designed by Happiness is Homemade.
This glittery blue bauble features a white snowflake and a glorious white ribbon.
The blue and white color theme is perfect for a winter wonderland.
This wonderful craft was contributed by Typically Simple
Personalized ornaments are perfect for thoughtful gift giving.
Here you'll find a detailed tutorial teaching you how to create this lovely piece.
You can check out the complete craft and tutorial on Where The Smiles Have Been.
Good old twine is used for this glitter twine ball ornament.
This is a mod podge project, so you can learn all about this amazing art supply here.
You'll find all the details on the Thinking Closet website.
If you like sparkly ornaments then this may be the craft for you.
The supplies required are simple enough - plain glass bulb ornaments, Krylon looking glass paint, extra-fine white glitter, ribbon, washi tape and any other embellishments you like.
Many thanks to Positively Splindid by Amy Bell, for sharing her creativty with us this year.
Here's a fun seasonal craft for all the Star Wars fans out there.
Create a golden glittery bauble with Star Wars symbols and messages.
Many thanks to Mom Endeavors for this lovely craft.
If you're on a budget then homemade ornaments are the way to go.
This super easy Christmas craft is perfect for any girl who would like to surprise her friends with pink cupcake glittery decorations for their trees.
You'll find a detailed tutorial on how to create these adorable ornaments on the First Home Love Life website.
These creative baubles showcase silhouettes of your favorite Disney characters.
Children can choose their favorite character for a special Christmas ornament to hang on the tree.
Thanks to Happiness is Homemade for this festive craft.
I love simple crafts and this one fits that bill perfectly. Pine cones are easy to find in winter time and they come at the right price - free.
Now you can purchase scented pine cones if you wish, but a regular one straight from nature is just fine.
This is a perfect craft for anyone who wishes to bring a little bit of the great outdoors into their home for Christmas.
This clever idea is the brain child of Typically Simple.
Red glittery baubles are the quintessential Christmas tree ornament.
Here's a tutorial for homemade red Christmas tree baubles, that will bring a smile to your face.
This lovely craft was submitted by the Two Sisters Crafting.
These little colorful ornaments feature a scalloped edge of glitter at the top.
They're ever so cute and can be made in the color scheme of your choice.
This creative idea is from Sarah Hearts.
This footprint themed ornament is perfect for Baby's First Christmas.
This ornament can become a forever keepsake, that is hung on the tree with love each year.
This cute craft was submitted by the Not Quite Susie Homemaker blog.
Here's a cute glittery polar bear craft for any little ones who love bears.
You can use this crafting method using any wooden keepsake ornament you choose.
Happy Christmas crafting from It Happens in a Blink blog.
Here's an ornament tutorial for a glittery pear to add to your tree.
If you like the Twelve Days of Christmas song, then this ornament will help you create your own pear tree for a partridge.
This creative tutorial is from the A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Our final glitter ornament craft is a tutorial for dipped glitter baubles.
Bright, colorful and glitzy these decorations will bring a sparkle to your tree this year.
This craft submission is courtesy of A Joyful Riot.
Thank You To These Creative Blogger
And there you have it - a selection of fabulous homemade glitter ornament crafts to help you celebrate the holidays this year.
I hope you find a craft that's perfect for you.
A big thank you to all the amazing bloggers who contributed their work and photographs to make this post possible. I appreciate the links for their detailed instructions, photographs to pin, and tutorials.
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Have a wonderful, happy and peaceful Christmas.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
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