Five Minute Crafts: Gold Dot Christmas Ornament

 

We are so honored to have our friend Heather from Setting for Four with us today for another edition of Take Five: 5 Minute Crafts! She is so talented and we adore this super easy Christmas craft she’s sharing with us!

Five Minute Crafts Gold Dot Christmas Ornament
Hi everyone! I’m Heather at Setting for Four. I’m so excited to be here today! It was a big, big thrill to have met Heather and Vanessa at Haven in August! Both of these lovely ladies are so warm, genuine and fun in person!! When I met them I absolutely felt like I had known them forever..that’s just how cool and down-to earth they both are!!

Today I’m sharing a quick DIY Christmas ornament that embraces a color trend that we are seeing everywhere right now ~ Gold! I’m crushing on all things gold right now and the Gold Dot look is such a fun on-trend pattern!

5 Minute DIY Gold Dot Christmas Ornament:

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Supplies

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Clear glass balls
Gold paint pen
Gold beads (I used bugle beads – but you could use any shape of bead you like!)
Gold ribbon

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This really is so simple! Just add dots of gold, with your paint pen, on the glass balls starting at the top of the ball and working down. Make the dots closer together at the top of the ball and space them out more as you work towards the middle. This takes no time at all!

Add some beads to the ball.

Paint the silver cap and hanger gold too!

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Add gold ribbon to hang,

That’s all there is to it! Easy and simple to make!

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I love the shimmer of the gold dots and shine of the beads – so pretty! Make a bunch of these to display in a bowl or hang from your tree.

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I hope you’ve enjoyed my 5 minute DIY Gold Dot Ornament tutorial!!

Thanks so much Heather and Vanessa for inviting me over today – I’ve had so much fun!

Stop in and say hi anytime…and come take a peek at my Holiday Home Tour!

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A big thank you to Heather for sharing this gorgeous ornament! Be sure to check out our other fun and easy Five Minute Crafts!

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See you back here Monday where we’re kicking off Christmas with a full week of holiday fun!

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Comments

  1. Thanks Heather & Vanessa for inviting me to share my 5 minute holiday ornament with you and your readers!! I hope everyone enjoys the tutorial! ~ Heather
    Heather recently posted..7 Christmas Holiday Decor IdeasMy Profile

  2. What an adorable project! And I love that it’s so easy!! Can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the inspirational tutorial!!

  3. So simple yet so sweet…So many possibilities with this one…:)
    LUCY recently posted..Free Christmas PrintablesMy Profile

  4. Oh..love this Heather! Such a creative and sparkly idea!;)
    Bonnie @ Uncommon Designs recently posted..Christmas Wonderful Link PartyMy Profile

  5. So easy but beautiful!! Love these and pinned!! xo
    Claire @ A Little Claireification recently posted..DIY Sparkly Pom Pom Ornaments | Dollar Tree Holiday CraftsMy Profile

  6. Love your blog and this project – so creative and fun and I just LOVE the gold (and that you went beyond just the polka dots on the outside)! Just wanted to let you know I featured it in my roundup of glass ornament crafts here. Feel free to check it out if you want and hope you like it! : )

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

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