Glittered Snowflake Christmas Tree Ornament

Yayyyy the Christmas tree is finally up. Can you believe I’m so late?. But believe me, the spirit has been up long ago =D. Since this is my mom’s house and the tree is hers I just used the stuff she has. The thing is that It needed some handmade ornaments, so I made this cute glittered snowflakes =D to add my touch!

Glittered Snowflake Christmas Tree Ornament

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This is super fun and easy craft for those who have a cutting machine. I found this cute cut file at Bird’s Cards. They have wonderful and lovely free cut files and I love them all! Here is how I made this cute craft:

What you need:

  • Colorful cardstock
  • Glitter
  • Mod podge or white glue
  • Spray glue
  • Nylon thread

The first thing I did was cutting the snowflakes shapes. If you like it you can download it HERE, just scroll down and you’ll find it.

Then I spread some mod podge all over the snowflake thin shape.

Right after that I piled on the glitter and I let it sit like this for awhile,

Then I lightly dusted off all the excess glitter.

I did the same process with the other ones.

Then I went outside to work with the spray glue.

I sprayed a coat of glue on the back of the glittered snowflake and I placed it on the snowflake background. A tip: Use a piece of paper to cover the snowflake and make some pressure so it sticks well.

I repeated the process with the rest of them and I let them sit for a while.

The last but not least, I made a whole on one tip of each snowflake and inserted a strip of nylon thread and made a knot with both ends of the strip to hang them.

Tadaaaaa They are done! So cute aren’t them???

This image is repeated but Google made this cool effect and I loved it LOL

 How about you?? Do you like working with glitter???? I would like to know all about it!

If you like this Christmas project, you might also like these others: {Click on the images}

Till Next time!


22 Comments on " Glittered Snowflake Christmas Tree Ornament "

  1. Camila

    I absolutely LOVE the glitter… pretty!

  2. Camila

    Very cute idea! I love the colors!

  3. Camila

    ooohhh so sparkly! Love these Camila! Thanks for linking to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

  4. Camila

    These are so cute and look so easy!

    Thanks again for joining the Link Up this week!

  5. Camila

    These are so beautiful! I love them! Pinned!

    Debbie @ One Little Project

  6. Camila

    Loving all that glitters and the snowflakes too. It reminds me of when the sunshine hits the pure white snow, I alway say it sparkles like diamonds!!!

    1. Camila

      Awww You are so sweet! Thanks so much for this lovely comment. Happy to have you visiting!


  7. Camila

    Super pretty Cami :)
    Great job

    1. Camila

      Thanks so much Winnie! I’m happy to have you visiting today!


  8. Camila

    Hi Cami, I saw these at the DIY Sunday Showcase. I love them (probably because glitter and snowflakes are two of my favorite things). These make me wish I had a cutting machine even more. Thanks for sharing :)

    1. Camila

      Yayyyy a glitter fellow LOL! The cutting machine is so worth it. You should ask Santa!!! Thanks so much for your sweet comment!


  9. Camila

    So pretty! And they don’t look homemade- they look professional. Great job! Visiting from the DBB.

    1. Camila

      Wow Thanks so much Jamie, that is so flattering =D. Happy t have you visiting!!!


    1. Camila

      Thanks Linda! =D


  10. Camila

    These are beautiful ornaments. Pinning.

    1. Camila

      Thanks so much for the love!


    1. Camila

      Thanks!!!! =D

  11. Camila

    I love this!! Great idea! You could also use the double sided adhesive with the glitter. I just got some when it was on sale and I really have been wanting to try it. Thanks for sharing this!

    1. Camila

      Oh that’s great idea too Megan! Thanks so much for sharing that! and also thanks for your sweet visit!


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