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Gorgeous DIY Greenery-Themed Christmas Ornaments

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This post is part of my week of Christmas ornament DIYs series. I’m sharing 7 different DIY projects for clear ball ornaments, each of which you can complete in 30 minutes or less. You can see all of the DIYs here! Today I’m making simple greenery-themed ornaments using some things you can grab from your backyard. This post is not sponsored; however, DecoArt did send me some of the supplies for free as part of their Blogger Outreach Program. Thank you for always being awesome, DecoArt!

How to Make Gorgeous Greenery-Themed Christmas Ornaments

Hey guys, welcome to day 2 of the week of Christmas ornaments DIYs. In the spirit of easy DIYs, today I’m making DIY winter scene ornaments using some things you can find in your backyard and a few other craft supplies. This would also be a great thing to do with kids who like to hunt around outdoors. And, of course, it’s thrifty, which I love.

Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow

Here’s what I used:

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And here’s how I made simple greenery-themed ornaments.

Step 1: Cover the inside of one half of your ornament with a solid color. This helps the scene stand out when the ornament is hung on the tree. I used a white faux snow that can be painted on and then sprinkled just a tiny bit of very fine white glitter in.

For some of the ornaments, I put the faux snow on the back half. For others, I did snow on the bottom half of each side.

clear ornaments and decoart snow-tex
decoart snow-tex
applying decoart snow-tex
applying decoart snow-tex

Step 2: Once the paint or snow is dry, add sprigs of greenery, twigs, small pine cones, whatever floats your boat.

Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow

Step 3: Close the two sides and hang.

Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow

Yep, that’s all folks. Aren’t they pretty? These are some of my favorites.

Here are all 7 ornament DIYs using clear ball ornaments:

1 // (Almost) No-Mess Glitter Ornaments
2 // Simple Greenery-Themed Ornaments
3 // Abstract Alcohol Ink Ornaments
4 // Faux Marble Ornaments
5 // Texture-Painted Ornaments
6 // Gold-Leafed Ornaments
7 // Stovetop Potpourri Ornaments

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Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
Simple greenery-themed Christmas ornaments using eucalyptus, twigs, and faux snow
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Cheri

Wednesday 14th of November 2018

These Are VERY cute ??♥️Thank You For Sharing !! Since It Has Snow I may Put Some On A FEW of the EDGES of the pine cones! I Was So excited to See this!! I have ALOT of glass bulbs I can make for Gifts Then I Realized That I HAD to get the pine cones in lolol!!! Thank YOU AGAIN?!G-d Bless ♥️

Brittany Goldwyn

Wednesday 14th of November 2018

Cheri thank you for stopping by and I am so glad the ornaments inspired you!

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