This Gold Ribbon Filled Clear Ornament made with just clear plastic ornaments and lots of sparkling gold ribbon is one easy and inexpensive yet elegant Christmas ornament for the tree. Learn how to make some yourself!
Not gonna lie here, I got obsessed with clear ornaments. Until this year I wasn’t able to find it anywhere where I live and now that I could get them I was like “Oh, I want to make lots of cute ornaments!”.
Gold Ribbon Filled Clear Ornament Tutorial
Like I mentioned on my previous post, Feather filled Ornaments, I wanted to still keep the rustic look but with a little more glam adding more gold to the overall look.
While I was making the feather ornament, I thought it would be fun to have some ornaments all filled with the gold ribbon, it would add a nice and sparkling texture to the ornament so I gave it a try.
Oh boy! Did I love it!
The hardest part for me was deciding how much of the gold ribbon to fill the ornament would be the right amount.
I tried a few times until I felt it was the perfect amount. It turned out to be 1/3 roll of the ones I got from a Chinese store. Each roll had about 10 yards so I could fill 3 ornaments.
This project turned out so pretty, elegant and bright!
I love how something so simple can still be so pretty and special.
You can use plastic or glass ornaments but I’m telling you plastic do just as well.
This craft is perfect to make with kids and the variation is endless, add any kind or color of ribbon will do and kids will enjoy filling up the ornaments.
Imagination is the limit.
I love crafting at nights with the tv and snuggled in some cozy blankets so this kind of craft makes it easy and fun to do just that!
The best part?
It’s crazy inexpensive. You can find all supplies in a dollar store if you may so there’s no need to break the bank to have gorgeous ornaments in your Christmas tree.
So without further ado, let’s start creating some glamorous Christmas ornaments!
- Clear ornaments
- 7mm gold ribbon (or the color of your choice)
- 10mm gold ribbon (or the color of your choice)
- Hot glue gun
How to make Gold Ribbon Filled Clear Ornament
I made this quick video to show you how to make this cute and elegant christmas ornament. Keep scrolling for a more detailed tutorial.
Firstly, clean well your ornaments.
In my case my ornament caps were silver, so I sprayed painted them gold.
Remove the ornament’s cap and set aside.
Decide how much ribbon you want to fill the ornaments with. In my case it was a little over 3 yards each
A quick tip is once you have how much you want to use in each ornament, cut as many strips as ornaments so you don’t have to calculate each time.
Then start filling up each ornament. Twist, wrap and turn around the ribbon so it’s always uneven.
Once you added all the ribbon, put the cap back.
Make a cute ribbon bow with the 10mm gold ribbon.
Using hot glue, glue the ribbon to the ornament as close as possible to the cap but avoid touching it so you can reuse the ornament without damaging the cap.
Lastly, cut an additional strip of ribbon (I prefer 7mm) for the hanger.
You are all done.
Repeat the process with each ornament for as many as you need and let’s hang them!
How cute is this ornament?
I absolutely love how it turned out.
What do you think?
Here are some other clear ornament crafts from my favorite bloggers!
- Ribbon Height Keepsake Ornament by Stacey over at Glued to my Crafts.
- DIY Homemade Vintage Ornaments by Heidi over at The Frugal Girls.
- DIY snow globe ornaments by Dinah over at DIY Inspired.