Christmas tree baubles

Christmas tree baubles using a polystyrene ball cut in half, covered with jute and decorated with embellishments like metallic stars, paper tags and mdf shape.

A project made exclusively for Buddly Crafts where you can find all the materials and more inspiration on the blog

Materials used

Tools used

  • Glue
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors

Cut the polystyrene ball in half

Christmas tree baubles 1

 

Cut stripes of 3 – 4cm wide and 11cm long stripes of jute. Cover the round side of the ball with them. Cut excess.

Christmas tree baubles 2

 

Cut a 5cm wide x 20cm long stripe of jute and fray the one long side

Christmas tree baubles 3

 

Using the hot glue gun, set the stripe around the flat side of the ball.

Christmas tree baubles 4

 

Repeat the same with the cotton ribbon and glue it on the flat polystyrene side.

Christmas tree baubles 5

 

Distress the edge of the cardtopper with some gold paint, add a star. (to make it stronger and set it better on the center, glue the card topper on a thicker paper and cut around.)

Decorate with rhinestones.

Set the topper on the center. Make a bow from the cotton ribbon and place on the top.

Christmas tree baubles 6

 

Add metallic stars by pressing them at the back side.

Christmas tree baubles 7

 

Christmas tree baubles

Christmas tree baubles

 

For the angel ball. Use the other half of the ball.

Paint the angel with the Inka gold.

Christmas tree baubles 8

 

Cut a star shape from jute and glue it in the round side. Paint around the star with the Inka gold.

Christmas tree baubles 9

 

Glue jute on the flat side and cut around the excess.

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Glue the white feathers, the angel and press some red stars on. Make a bow with the red ribbon. Add rhinestones.

Christmas tree baubles

Christmas tree baubles

 

 


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