Aren't these wonderful! And we can make them-here's how:
Pour horizontal rows of candy crystals in three or more colors on a baking sheet-rows flush together.
Wrap solid light-color cardstock around foam cones-slightly overlapping the paper at the back of the cone and securing it with hot glue. DO NOT apply the glue directly to the cone, it will melt it.
Large cones may need two sheets of paper to be completely covered.
Spread Craft glue on the cones and roll them in the crystals; let dry. Re-glue and re-roll if needed, in order to cover cones completely with crystals.
Use hot-glue to fill in small gaps with hand-placed crystals
Winter Theme Votive
Simply wrap silver or clear votive holders in blue velvet ribbon, and hot-glue mini frosted pine cones for natural touch.
A fresh coat of color enhances the subtle charm of pinecones. Fill a wooden dish with pinecones painted to show off their texture in a display.
Punch out spirals from self-adhesive label paper and adhere the spirals to the ornament.
Spray the ball with blue glass spray paint (or any color you choose) let dry. Remove the stickers. Spray the ball lightly with frosted white glass spray paint.
Twist craft wire into small spirals to fit around the neck of the ornament. Glue the spirals into place.
Painted Dough Ornaments
Bring the beach into your Christmas decorating by painting stripes of craft glue on blue Christmas tree ornaments and sprinkling them with sand and adding seashells on other embellishments.
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