See how easy it is to make the most beautiful DIY alcohol ink Christmas ornaments.
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Hello and welcome to week 5 of the At Home DIY Challenges. This week is all about DIY Christmas ornaments and I’m so excited to share mine with you!
You can see the prior weeks At Home Challenges below:
- Week 1 – Little Red Truck Christmas Wreath
- Week 2- Christmas Magnolia Wreath
- Week 3 – Christmas Wood Porch Sign
- Week 4 – Scrap Wood Christmas Present Crafts
Be sure to read all the way to the end of this post and click the included link so you can check out the rest of the amazing holiday projects.
Check out this oh so simple tutorial for alcohol ink ornaments. Think about giving these as Christmas gifts this year.
They are perfect for teachers, co-workers, and neighbors.
Supplies Needed For Alcohol Ink Ornaments
- Clear Glass Ornaments you can find these at the dollar store or craft store.
- Tim Holz Alcohol Ink – Mariner
- Ribbon for hanging
These literally can be made in under 15 minutes, minus drying time. You could also make these with the kiddos with supervision-be sure to wear plastic gloves.
Add 2-3 drops of alcohol ink to each ornament, swirling it around until it is just about dry. Be sure not to add too much.
Repeat the same step with two additional complimentary colors.
Place the ornaments upside down in an empty egg carton or plastic cup to dry overnight.
Add a ribbon for hanging and you are done!
See how easy that was? You can whip up a dozen of these babies in no time. To make them even more personal, you could add a vinyl monogram using a Cricut cutting machine. They are running a great holiday sale now through 12/31/19 for 40% off!
The shades of blue that I used look absolutely stunning on my blue and white Christmas tree that you can see here.
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I hope you enjoyed these alcohol ink ornaments and will give these a try. My next set is going to be in shades of burgundy and pink for a few of my daughter’s friends.
- Clear Glass Ornaments
- Tim Holz Alcohol Ink - Mariner
- Ribbon for hanging
- Place 2-3 drops of alcohol ink into the glass ornament.
- Swirl the ink around the ornament.
- Repeat this process with a second and third color of alcohol ink.
- Place the ornament upside down in a plastic cup or empty egg carton and let it dry overnight.
- Add a ribbon for hanging.
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