Iridescent Confetti Ornament

5 Materials
1 Hour

I am a bit obsessed with confetti and made the prettiest iridescent confetti ornaments... I love how they turned out. They are sparkly, colorful and shout "look at me". They are easy enough for kids to make also, so this could be a great family craft night ornament!

Remove the ornament tops and paint a thin layer of Mod Podge inside. There are different finishes for Mod Podge, and I wanted mine nice and shiny, so I used the glossy.

I added gold and purple confetti first and then added the iridescent confetti.

I didn't know how these were going to turn out when I started, so I experimented with the amounts of large confetti. I love how they all turned out. When the light shines on the iridescent confetti, these things sparkle and shine!

When the ornaments are dry, add the tops and tie with a ribbon.

These ornaments are so pretty, you could definitely makes these as gifts for friends, family or neighbors. I love them so much, I might keep them out all year long. Personalize these with your favorite colors and they can match any Christmas décor you have, whether it's modern or more traditional.

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  • Jen Jen on Dec 15, 2018

    I've never had any luck with this.

    How do you "remove the tops" without breaking the glass or bashing the metal threads?

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