DIY | Christmas Ornaments

Christmas is coming! With Tyler home from tour and a date for a Christmas gathering at our place in place, I'm finally feeling like it's time to jump into one of my favourite holidays.

I scored a bunch of vintage blown glass ornaments this weekend at a really awesome thrifting fair and that got my seasonal wheels turning. I know you girls know the "thrifting high" - that elated feeling when you find hidden treasures and feel like you're the luckiest treasure-hunter out there. Well that's how the day began, and it ended in me pulling boxes of decorations from storage and spilling their sentimental contents onto our living room.


So, I'm now delving into holiday baking, decorating and craft planning this week and I kicked things off with some DIY ornament making.

I picked up the paper- geometric shapes from Michaels craft store (about $1 each). With some paint (white, pastel, metallic), painters tape, paper hole reinforcers (for the polka dots) they've transformed into something a little more Swedish that will look great in our white-walled, minimal rooms.

  1. Paint white
  2. Use tape to make lines
  3. Painted pastels
  4. Removed tape
  5. ReTaped / Used Reinforcers
  6. Painted metallics

See! Super simple.

Tip: Be Patient! Wait until layers of paint fully dry between taping & painting.

Hope all is well and everyone's making time to get together with friends to eat, drink and enjoy the season β™‘