I love to make my own Christmas Tree Ornaments and I try to make new ones every year. We have these adorable photos of my niece sitting on Santa’s lap that I thought would tie in perfectly with my Santa Christmas Tree theme. I have been looking for the perfect picture frame ornaments for a couple of years but haven’t found the right one so this year I made my own Glitter Photo Christmas Tree Ornaments. It was the easiest Christmas decoration project I have ever done and I love, love, love how they turned out!
How to Make Glitter Photo Christmas Tree Ornaments
You will need:
- Mini Frames
- Glitter – Red
- Glitter – Silver
- Mod Podge
- Spray Sealer
- Crafting Brush
- Glue Gun
Using a crafting brush, cover the mini frame with Mod Podge and then sprinkle the glitter over the painted frame. I use a glitter tray to catch the extra glitter so I and re-use it. Allow the frame to dry overnight.
The next day I sprayed the glittered mini frames with a very light coat of Mod Podge Clear Sealer spray to help keep the glitter from flaking off the frame.
Using a glue gun, I attached the picture of Allison and Santa to the back of the frame and added a red ribbon loop as an ornament hanger. This ornament is super adorable and looks so pretty and glittery on my red, white and silver Christmas tree.
I love my Glitter Photo Christmas Tree Ornaments. They are the perfect vessel for these amazing pictures of Allison and now this precious holiday moment will live on forever on my Christmas Tree. We couldn’t hear what Santa was saying to her but I like to think he was telling her all about the elves and the reindeer and the toys at his home “far, far away at the North Pole”!
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