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    Clear ornament used mod podge to glue torn pieces of scrapbook paper to the ball, then used mod podge as a sealer.

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    Clear ornament used mod podge to glue torn pieces of scrapbook paper to the ball, then used mod podge as a sealer.

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    One more ornament.

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    Very cute! I like the music one! One of my father-in-laws plays the Fiddle. That would be cute! I was trying to risit going to craft stores today too :-P

    I tried filling those oranments but couldn't get the top to seal like the directons said to fill it with glue :-P

    Ziggy

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    Awesome!

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    These are fantastic Great Job!!

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ziggyeor:
    Very cute! I like the music one! One of my father-in-laws plays the Fiddle. That would be cute! I was trying to risit going to craft stores today too :-P

    I tried filling those oranments but couldn't get the top to seal like the directons said to fill it with glue :-P

    Ziggy </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Ziggy, I tear the paper in small pieces and brush with mod podge. Put the torn paper bits on the glass ornament. Then I use a sponge paint brush to cover the paper with mod podge. That seals the paper to the ornament. After it is dry, add ribbon to the top hook. Hope this helps.

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    very cute. the possibilites are endless with this idea!

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    My mom and I went to Garden Ridge the other day. She mentioned that she wanted some new christmas ornaments since so many have broken and alot are old. So I am going to try my hand at these!
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    You will enjoy making these ornaments. There is so much paper to chose from.


 

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