If you haven’t grabbed your clear plastic bulb Ornaments yet, now is the time! These abstract Christmas ornaments are so funky, cool and easy to make. Kadin and I were talking about the ornaments I made this year and these were his favorite. He said “I like that weird square one that looks like it’s straight outta the 80’s” – I’ll take that as a good thing. This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Lost Mom possible. What you need: Clear filler ornaments, craft paint, adhesive vinyl, tinsel ribbon, scissors, hot glue gun (optional) Pour paint into the bulb ornaments. Let them sit upside down so the paint drips out, covering the inside of the ornament. Cut squares, triangles and rectangles out of the vinyl. Add the vinyl to your ornaments. These ornaments look great already, but I needed more “funkiness” so I used my hot glue gun to add some tinsel ribbon around the cap. Do you agree that these are “straight outta the 80’s”? I think they are so cool looking. This past week I also made these iridescent confetti ornaments, these 80’s splatter ornaments and these whimsical clay ornaments. Comment below and let me know which ornament is your favorite!
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