Frosted Glass Snowflake Ornament

Last week, I bought some frosted glass spray paint for another project I am working on.  It was sitting on the table next to some glass bulbs that I was using to make last minute glitter in glass ornaments when it hit me…I could totally use the spray and make an ornament for my Christmas tree.  So I grabbed up a few supplies to try it out…
 
I put a hook on one of the glass ornaments so I would be able to hang it for even spraying.
Then I used a small snowflake punch and some leftover vinyl to cut out little snowflake stickers.
I stuck them randomly on the ornament.
Then, I took the ornament outside, hung it from a shepherd’s hook and sprayed 3 light coats of the frosted glass spray, allowing it to dry between coats.
I pulled the stickers off, and hung it on my tree…how sweet is that!  I think it looks like it was left out in the cold over night and frosted over…

Merry Christmas!
 

~Jessica

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  1. says

    OK, seriously. Do you have a whole truck load of those clear ornaments sitting in your basement or something? Wowza! Another great idea though! I’m intrigued by this spray paint too…

  2. says

    Oh I like it!!! I am going to have to make sure some of this spray lands in my basket the next time I am out :) Very Very Cute!!
    Angelina

  3. says

    All your ornament ideas are so cute! Thanks for sharing them! Happy Holidays!
    Leslie
    House on the Way

  4. says

    So cute! Love how easy this project is! Thanks for sharing, Jessica!

  5. says

    So cute Jessica…love how you used the “shepherd’s hook” to spray the ornament….
    Have a wonderful, wonderful Christmas with your lovely family!!!

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