Saturday, July 16, 2011

Christmas In July Blog Hop Day 2

For the Christmas in July Blog Hop Day 1, click here.

Hello again and welcome to day 2 of the Christmas in July Blog Hop.  I hope you all are enjoying the hop so far.  If you have just hopped from Bobbi at Rock Girl Custom Designs, you are right on track.  If you have just come across my blog and would like to hop along, please start over with our hostess Lisa at Scrapping With Lisa.

Today I decided to show everyone ornaments for the Christmas tree.  This is the first Christmas that my fiance and I will be up here in Michigan.  For those you that don't know, I moved from Delaware to Michigan back in the end of April.  Of course we have no decorations but happily my fiance decided to let me decorate the house for the holidays in my own way. see how to make these glitter ornaments everywhere so I'm not going to do a tutorial.  Just go on to YouTube and it will bring up a lot of videos.  There are many ways you can make these...reinkers, Pledge Floor Shine, Beacon Glitter It, etc..  My preference is the Glitter It.  Here is a picture below.

From what I gather, at time it's hard to find the Glitter It.  I found mine at AC Moore last year and when the holiday came to an end, I ran to pick up a ton of bottles so hopefully I'm good for this year.  If you are having a hard time finding the Glitter It, my next suggestion is to use the Pledge Floor Shine.  Here are 2 of the ornaments.

Ornaments were bought at Hobby Lobby.
Ribbon is from last year's Christmas but I think it was bought at Joanns.
Martha Stewart Glitter in Garnet and Malachite

I have 1 more ornament to show and this one is a little different.

Styrofoam ball
Beads, pins, sequins and ribbon came from my stash
Green glitter glue

Remember to comment on each day of the hop for your chance to win a $10 gift card to your choice of Michaels, Joanns or Hobby Lobby.  I am drawing using Random. org 3 winners.  One for each day.  Again, to win, simply leave a comment and a way for me to reach you.

Thanks for hopping by and have a fabulous day.  Be sure to come back tomorrow for another chance to win and to see a new project.

Keep on hopping over to April at Curls and Grins.


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

So pretty!

Vicki said...

I love ornaments! These are really pretty and of course anything that sparkles...well ya gotta have that!


Scrappin Melissa said...

These are great.
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Fot said...

Hpw cute! Great idea... Thanks for sharing hon, Have a scrappy day~
Scrappingmamma ~

Theresa said...

I made several of these last year using the Pledge Floor Shine..worked great. Your turned out super cute. TFS!

tluiz said...

thanks for sharing your ornaments. cute

joydee1963 said...

I am a follower,Great project,Going to try it,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

Cathy said...

Love the ornaments, I am a follower already. sent request on facebook:)
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Scrappin_3rdeeschik said...

I love handmade ornaments. Love them. :D Thanks for the tip.

Amanda said...

Love these!! I have been wanting to try these but have not gotten around to it. TFS!

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Rachelle said...

These turned out so pretty :)

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Mary D said...

Thanks for the idea Really nice

Judy said...

These are so pretty:-) Many years ago, my father-in-law made some similar to them and they are still very special to us!
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Dina said...

Beautiful! I made these last year with my daughter! Its a great family project! Hugs! Dina

Cynthia Vanderhoek said...

OOOps, did I miss a day? ...Came by yesterday, but don't remember seeing these great ornaments. Isn't glitter so much fun to make stuff with. I am a big bling girl, so these appeal to me alot. Thanks for sharing your great projects. Ü Cynthia Vanderhoek
(visited all three days, following you here and FB.) thanks again.

vick6740 said...

Love the ornaments!! Now i am really wanting to make these!! Thanks for sharing!!

Jennifer said...

pretty ornament!
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