Our new Nativity Christmas Ornaments for the tree were really simple and easy to craft in only a matter of minutes. It is just a matter of waiting on the paint to dry.
This post is sponsored by DecoArt. All opinions are my own.
Making changes to your Christmas decorations can quickly become costly. We wanted to add some Nativity Christmas Ornaments to our tree this year and were excited to find these affordable easy to decorate ornaments from right here.
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It is Day 7 and we are all sharing DIY Christmas Ornaments
SUPPLIES USED (affiliate links)
Unfinished Wood Nativity Silhouette Ornaments (from here)
Unfinished Wood Joy Nativity Ornaments (from here)
DecorArt Acrylic Paint Ebony Black (found here)
DecorArt Acrylic Galaxy Glitter Silver (found here)
Unfinished Wood Ornaments
We found a nice selection of unfinished wood ornaments with our faith as a theme to add to our Christmas tree this year. I love the rustic look and charm of the wood and the simplicity of the ornament.
They all come with a jute hanger but I removed those in a few and replaced it with a small ribbon to match our tree colors this year.
Pulling Off Black Christmas Ornaments
I decided to paint all of the ornaments black because I love the silhouette look. Black is not an easy color to add to a Christmas tree but these faith ornaments allowed me to do that gracefully.
Some of the stars are also painted black and highlighted with the DecoArt Galaxy Glitter in Silver. The white lights on the Christmas tree make the stars over the Nativity shimmer.
DecoArt Galaxy Glitter
I L-O-V-E- the new Galaxy Glitter from Deco Art. (affilite link in Supplies list) I also did a couple of red unfinished wood ornaments with it and think they turned out really pretty on the tree. I only used one coat of paint on each ornament so the process went very quickly and they all dried fast.
You can use these ornaments on the tree or as gift tags on packages which would allow you to gift a hand painted ornament to someone special.
Painting ornaments is therapeutic and fun for me. If I had dozens more, I’d keep on painting. You can’t have Christmas without the tradition of making ornaments. It has always been one of my favorite things to do during the holiday season.
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