DIY: How To Marble Christmas Ornaments

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DIY: How To Marble Christmas Ornaments

I love marbling.  Have you jumped on the marbling train yet?  It is an especially addictive craft that manages to amaze and surprise each time!  This is a great technique for lots of crafts, but looks amazing as ornaments...I have more marble inspiration at the end of the post!
Supplies needed:
Easy Marble Starter Kit

Easy Marble in Gold

Easy Marble in Silver

Unbreakable Ornaments
Plastic Cup of water
Straight pin
Paper Towel
Disposable gloves
Acetone to clean up
Parchment paper
Fill the cup with water, leaving at least a half inch at the top.  Open all the jars of Easy Marble that you are planning on using.  The paint sets quickly, so once you start the dripping, you won't want to spend time opening the jars.  Then fill the top of the water surface with drips of paint.
Next, use the straight pin to stir, swirl and shape the paint.
Once satisfied with the swirling, get the ornament ready for dipping.
Best option is to wear gloves...but here goes.  Hold on to the top of the ornament.
And just like that, dip it in the cup!  
Completely immerse the ornament and wait just a minute.
Then remove the ornament from the water and let it dry by placing on some parchment paper or other non stick surface.
The next part is the hardest!  Waiting for the paint to dry!  Once it's dry hot glue a metallic bow on top and add a hook, fabricated from a paper clip!
The patterns are all so different, but so vivid and bright!  

As if that wasn't easy enough to comprehend, I'll show you in video!
Definitely simple and amazing, right!?  I love handmade Christmas crafts, decor and gift ideas--I have 650 Amazing Handmade Gift ideas here:

And check out the #CreativeChristmas Video Playlist for more uniquely wonderful ideas!

So many amazing ideas, right!?
Check out the links for more than 26 fabulous Christmas crafts, DIY's, decor and gifts!
DIY Christmas Trees and Ornaments 
 Wintry Silver Dollar Store Christmas Tree Decor | Remodelaholic 
Marbled Christmas Ornaments | Doodlecraft 
Scrap Wood Inlay Ornaments | The Ugly Duckling House 
Woodburned Wood Slice Ornaments | Sisters What
 Flocked Pine Cones | Practical and Pretty 
Abstract Monogram Ornaments | Domicile37 
Concrete Christmas Ornaments | The Palette Muse 
Wood Slice Deer Ornaments | Our Crafty Mom 
Vintage Gumball Machine Ornaments | Beth Watson Design Studio 
Etched Glass Ornaments | Just Call Me Homegirl 
Unicorn Inspired Christmas Tree | The DIY Mommy 
Driftwood Reindeer Ornaments | Sustain My Craft Habit 
  DIY Christmas Gifts and Decor
Christmas Pine Hoop Wreath | This Mama's Dance 
Gingerbread Man Candles | Nourish and Nestle 
Wire and Glass Chandelier | Home with Cupcakes and Crinoline 
Christmas Scroll Wall Art | Grace In My Space 
Lighted Wood Trees | Frazzled Joy 
Crocheted Christmas Hat | Luz Patterns 
Christmas Card Photo Display| Hertoolbelt 
JOY Porch Sign | Ginger Snap Crafts 
Folding Bar Cart Table | Everyday Party Magazine  
Wood and Burlap Christmas Sign | Leap of Faith Crafting 
Wood Block Snowman | Anika's DIY Life 
Holiday Candle Wrap | Dragonfly & Lily Pads 
Christmas Pom Pom Pillow | Small Home Soul 
Handlettered Wall Art | Smiling Colors
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Here's a few more Marbling posts to show you how impossible it will be to give it up once you start.  You'll want to marble all the things!  These will make great Christmas gifts too, so do it!

Marbled Coasters

Marbled Stationery

And Marbled Notebooks!

Marbled Calligraphy Pens

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Oh I just added a new thing I want to try to my ever growing list!😉 I have always loved marbling but haven't really attempted it I'm chomping at the bit to give it a try. Love those ornaments, but also that journal you did and your stationary.

Thanks for the inspiration! And glad to be the #CreativeChristmas Challenge with you!

Have a great weekend.

Such a fun project! I'd love to try this with my kids.
Unknown said…
These are stunning... and now I totally want to marble all the things!!
Unknown said…
These are adorable!!!
These are great and would make really awesome gifts! I've never seen that marble kit you linked before - it looks like it really makes this project super simple!
Mary Beth said…
Absolutely beautiful! The colors are so rich and vibrant.
Clever! I'll need to try this!
Unknown said…
These are so neat! I also love all of the other marbling ideas you shared too- I'll definitely be back to check those out!
These are just beautiful and what a fun project! Love them and all the other marble ideas as well! So many possibilities!
Unknown said…
This is such a fun project!! It would be fun to do with the kiddos
Jane and Sonja said…
These are gorgeous! Love that each is truly one-of-a-kind. Thank you for sharing the idea.
toni1965 said…
These are seriously awesome and I need to head to the craft store and look for that paint. I can imagine so many thinks dipped in that marble paint, the ornaments are gorgeous!