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How to Make DIY Marbled Ornaments

Today I have a really fun and simple Christmas project for you guys – DIY marbled ornaments. I made these on my own, but I am going to get another couple boxes of plastic ornaments and make more with my kids. I know they will love this project, and the best part is that it is easy enough to do with the kids but you still get gorgeous results.

I mean, how pretty are those? Just love these things- they have a gorgeous glossy finish with a pretty marbled, swirled look.

DIY Marbled Ornaments Supplies

  • Clear Glass or Plastic Ornaments (I used plastic because I have three kids, and I have to say they still look great)
  • DecoArt Americana Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint
  • Paper Towels
  • Ribbon

This process is really easy, but you do not have complete control over how your finished ornament is going to look. The paint kind of has a mind of it’s own, so try to let just go and just see where it ends up. Make sure you get a lot of clear ornaments because this is a lot of fun, and I have a feeling you are going to want to try lots of paint combinations.

DIY Marbled Ornaments

  • Remove cap from your ornament.
  • Squeeze acrylic paint around the outside of the ornament. Try alternating two or three colors. You want a good amount of paint for it to swirl and mix well.
  • Cover the opening with a paper towel, and shake the ornament around to swirl it together and cover the entire surface.
  • Pour out the excess paint and allow the ornament to dry with the cap off.
  • When the ornament is dry, replace the cap and thread a piece of ribbon through the top.

That’s it! I found that the paint really mixes a lot, so liked using similar or analogous colors. For the most part, I stuck with blues, white, silver, and gray. The silver paint created a really beautiful effect in the finished ornaments.

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