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Glittery Plastic Animal Ornaments

Glittery Plastic Animal Ornaments
Glittery Plastic Animal Ornaments
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Make your Christmas extra bright with this unexpected take on ornament craft ideas. Recycle old plastic toys to make this cute Christmas craft. Glittery Plastic Ornaments are a fun alternative to traditional decorations. Kids can make these cute ornaments right along with adults, making this a fun and exciting family craft project. Christmas craft ideas don't have to be boring or complicated - these cute ornaments show that you only need a few inexpensive supplies to create eye-catching Christmas ornaments. Cut down on your trash haul and save those little plastic toys for this great project.

Primary Technique: Painting

Occasion/Theme: Winter

Easy

Materials:

  • Krylon Glitter Blast
  • Krylon White Color Master
  • Plastic Animals
  • Small Screw Eyelets
  • Drill

 

Instructions:

  1. Drill holes into your plastic animals. Be sure not to drill too far in. Go slow with the drill (you can use a hand drill if you’d prefer more control).


     
  2. Screw eyelet screws into the holes you've already drilled in the plastic animals.
     
  3. Go outside and give your animals a coat of Krylon White Color Master. This will make the Glitter Blast look awesome! Let dry.
     
  4. Coat each animal with Glitter Blast. Let dry.


     
  5. Spray a second layer of Glitter Blast to make sure the animal is covered.
     
  6. Once dry, attach a Christmas hook to the eyelet screw.

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