December 11, 2012

DIY Star Ornaments (Swell Noël #14)

Today’s Swell Noël Post features a darling handmade ornament idea from Jen of Craft-O-Maniac. Catch up on all of the projects from the series by visiting the photo guide of all of the ideas shared by the talented Swell Noël contributors, and follow along as things happen on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and Instagram by using the hashtag #SwellNoel.


Hello there Positively Splendid Fans, Jen here from Craft-O-Maniac and I am just filled with “JOY” to be apart of Amy’s Swell Noel! LOVE IT!


“Today I am sharing some simple DIY Ornaments.” 

I used a Martha Stewart stencil, paint, some modpodge, some glitter and some un-finished wood stars I picked up at JoAnn’s. I first started by painting the stars white, and then added some modpodge around the outer star and then dropped a bunch of sparkles all the way around it. I then used my Martha Stewart stencil and stenciled on Merry Christmas. For the other star I painted it white and then used some brown paint that I brushed on around the sides. I brushed on modpodge and then sprinkled over the modpodge some snowy flecked white glitter. To finish the star ornaments I hot glued on some jute string for hanging. 






 There were super simple and can be personalized with initials or names or nothing at all. They would make great gifts, or perfect additions to your tree.

I sure love to create and I also love meeting new people, I would love to meet some of you. Come and visit me at Craft-O-Maniac, there is much inspiration for me to share with all of you. Plus I love to create a bunch more during the holidays. Here are some other DIY Ornaments I made with my mom. 
Thank you so much Amy for this SUPER FUN EVENT.
hugs, jen-COM
Amy @ Positively Splendid

Amy @ Positively Splendid

Having grown up in a home brimming with sewing notions and paintbrushes, Amy has a deep love for all things creative. On any given day, you'll find her knee-deep in her latest creative endeavor, with projects ranging from sewing and crafts to home decor and kid-friendly ideas. Amy believes that everyone, regardless of skill level or experience, possesses the ability to create something beautiful, and Positively Splendid was born of her passion for helping others harness their innate creative potential.
Amy @ Positively Splendid
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