Add A Little Christmas Color

It’s been a busy week, I’ve managed to get a lot done.  Christmas is almost here, but there’s still time for a few last minute gifts, and a little more decorating.   I actually did some of these glass balls a couple of weeks ago, but I didn’t take photos of the process.  It was an experiment that I wanted to try, because I have several boxes of clear glass balls in my craft closet and I wanted to try the same process I used to make the colored glass jars earlier in the year.

As it turned out, they are beautiful!  I used one for the  Quick Christmas Ornament with ribbon in it earlier in the week, and I have a bowl full. I made a couple more to take a couple of pictures to show how to do it today.

You can check out a quick tutorial with photos at Colored Glass Balls.  Afterwards, you should probably pour yourself some tea (or really, it’s the season to indulge in a little Egg Nog!) and check out Handmade Monday and see what everyone else is up to. It’s the last one for this year, and I peeked and it might be the last one for a few weeks since the next 2 are Christmas Day and then New Year Day! So, better check this one out or you’ll be out of luck for a few weeks!  Oh, and if you really have some time on your hands, I have done several blogs this week with new crafts.  Yes, I know, that’s a record for me, but I’ve been quite busy, as I said!  And I’m hoping to keep up the pace!  It’s that crazy busy season.  Merry Christmas!

Comments

  1. Mrs A says:

    The baubles look great with all the different colours. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you. Hugs Mrs A

  2. Wendy says:

    I love the look of thse baubles – they look just lovely all together in that bowl.

  3. mcrafts says:

    These are great! Love the look of them in the bowl. Have a great Christmas and New Year Mich x

  4. Sarah says:

    The coloured baubles are lovely….have a great Xmas x

  5. These look lovely and with all those jewelled colours they are as stunning as a centrepiece as they are hanging on the tree.

    Have a wonderful Christmas

    Ali x

  6. FordieZo says:

    Beautiful baubles! I planned to have a go at something similar myself this year but haven’t got around to it. Maybe next year!
    Have a good Christmas 🙂

  7. linda says:

    The baubles look lovely in a bowl; have a great Christmas, Linda x

  8. Jam Dalory says:

    I love the baubles, so colourful! Merry Christmas. x

  9. Have a brilliant Christmas and best wishes for a Wonderful 2012.

    Jan x

  10. Caroline says:

    Love the baubles. Have a very Happy Christmas

  11. Carol says:

    You make it all sound so easy even I am tempted to ‘have a go’. I wonder if mine will turn out as beautiful as yours. lol. Have a wonderful Christmas and don’t make too many impossible new year resolutions.

  12. First I thought they are jelly! What a lovely selection of colour – they look great sitting on a bowl as they are. Merry Christmas!

  13. Pickle-Lily says:

    What beautiful colours. Have alovely Christmas!
    Jo x

  14. Mrs A. says:

    Mrs A. again. Forget to say that yes I have read all the Raggedy Annie books. I loved them .
    Hugs Mrs A.

  15. Martha says:

    how great! love the idea!
    you always come up with nice tutes 🙂
    happy new year . have a healthy and creative one x x

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