Sending sandy, sea salt breezy greetings from Sand & Sisal to y’all! I’m so honored to be here on U-Create today. Kari featured my blog and my PB NOEL Sign the very 1st week I launched my blog years ago, and helped put me on the bloggy-map and I’m forever grateful to her for her generosity.
I love easy, beautiful decor crafts. Today I want to share with you how to make these simple and pretty Frosted Pear Ornaments.
To make Frosted Pear Ornaments you will need the following items:
- faux decorative pears (available at most craft stores, or big box supermarkets)
- white spray primer or white craft paint
- ultra fine white glitter & white tinsel glitter
- decoupage medium (Martha Stewart Glitter Decoupage or Mod Podge)
- hot glue gun
STEP 1) Spray your faux pears with a nice coat of white primer or feel free to use white craft paint. Allow to dry.
STEP 2) Coat the pears with a layer of decoupage medium. I used the Martha Stewart Glitter Decoupage.
STEP 3) While still tacky, sprinkle the ultra fine white glitter over the entire pear surface. Allow to dry.
Step 4) With your hot glue gun, drizzle a layer of hot glue over the top of the pear, so it looks like frosting dripping down. Immediately sprinkle the hot glue with the white tinsel glitter.
Step 5) Create a loop out of ribbon and hot glue the ribbon to the base of the stem.
These Frosted Pear Ornaments are very easy to make in a short amount of time and will stand sparkle with a pearly shimmer on any wreath or Christmas tree.
For more holiday decor ideas, you are welcome to come over and visit Sand & Sisal! I’d love to hear from you!