this 3 minute Christmas ornament craft is perfect for the craft-challenged
How am I just now discovering the seasonal aisle at Kroger? I can get my shopping fix while grabbing two dozen eggs (boys home), milk and a bag (or three) of Nestle Toll House milk chocolate chips for this quick bite-size sweet treat. And, the seasonal aisle always has stuff on sale. I almost bought six red lanterns.
But I could not pass on this set of 4 clear round ornaments filled with fluffy snow stuff.
The snow really takes these clear plastic ornaments up a notch.
3 MINUTE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT CRAFT
- Clear ornaments (I used one with the glitter/snow for a little shimmer
- Sharpie (oil-based or permanent)
- and/or vinyl stickers from Michaels, Etsy, or these on Amazon #ad
At some point, I ordered a dozen vinyl holiday labels for holiday crafts. The Christmas miracle was I found the vinyl labels this year in a drawer. #wink
Don’t want to order vinyl? You can use a permanent marker too. I found these oil-based Sharpies at Home Depot over the weekend. I love them and thanks to a bit of a learning curve the letter “D” on my tablet has a bit of Christmas red too.
That’s it! And then either apply the vinyl or stickers or haul out a Sharpie.
3 MINUTE CHRISTMAS CRAFT VIDEO
If you wanted to take it another level you can remove the ornament’s hook and add some Christmas cheer inside the ornament.
I know this is the easiest Christmas craft. It is perfect for kids, college-age kids or grandkids.
Who knew a trip to Kroger would end up with a super simple and inexpensive craft? Thank you for stopping by and please pin!