First the inside surface of the ball ornament needs to be prepped so that the paint stays on and does not crack over time. Give the ornament a quarter turn and squirt again.
The consistency should be similar to melted ice cream.
Making glass ornaments with paint inside. Once dry squeeze about half a tablespoon-ish of craft paint inside the ornament and another half tablespoon on the opposite interior side. Turn ornament and add more paint. Remove the top covering to the ornament and set it aside.
Repeat with the same colour a couple more times tipping and turning your ornament so the paint coats some of the inside of the glass or plastic. Pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol or vinegar inside each ball. Push one end of the ribbon through the metal hanger at the top of the ornament and tie the two ends together to create a loop to hang the decoration.
Decorating the inside of a glass ball with paint is an excellent way to make Christmas ornaments in your choice of colors. Paint the outside of your ornament. For the shiniest ornament I use Holographic glitter.
Copy your design onto the Christmas ball. Then we shook the ornaments until the inside was coated with paint. Gather your supplies and carefully remove the tops of all the glass ornaments.
Add paint to ornament. I bought the cheapest 99 cent bottles. You can also paint the balls to use as home decor any time of the year.
Peacock feathers inside glass ornaments and hung in a cluster together. Or if youre a Barbie fanatic like me fill an ornament with Barbie shoes. The metallic and pearl tinted paints add a nice festive touch to the ornament so try to have at least one of the colors a metallic paint.
It took me only a few seconds of shaking to coat the ornament. You might have to add a little bit more to keep it running around the sides it tends to begin to dry and wont coat as well. Paint Swirled Ornament Instructions.
Hang the ball on the tree or from a hanger to dry. Using glass paint or a multi-surface paint paint on your design. Cut a 7-inch piece of ribbon that coordinates the paints inside the ornament.
I squeezed half a bottle of acrylic paint in each ornament. Fill an ornament with holly berries. To prevent your paint from cracking swish around some rubbing alcohol in the ornament dump out and allow to fully dry.
After pouring some paint in the ornament twist until the paint completely covers the inside. The colors will start to blend and push eachother inside the glass to create beautiful patterns and swirls. Seashells and sand inside an ornament makes a great vacation keepsake.
Choose two to three colors of paint for each ball. Just like in step 1 slowly roll the glitter around in your ornament making sure to cover the entire inside. Swirl it around so it coats the entire surface.
You may need to shake the ornament a bit or even add a. Remove the cap and screw the writing tip onto the end of the bottle. Rotate the ornament so the paint covered the entire inside.
Working over the paper plate open and drizzle a little bit of paint down the inside surface of the glass ornament. My oldest helped me select 5 colors of acrylic paint. Squeeze about a tablespoon of paint inside a paper cup add about a half a teaspoon of water and stir with a wooden stick.
Pour out any excess glitter. Once your design is ready open your bottle of glass paint. These cheap and easy homemade ornaments are our new favorites.
If you do not use the correct techniques the paint will slide off the inside of the glass ball. Add more paint if the mixture looks too runny. Once your paint is inside the glass ornament its time to gently rotate the ornament until the paint has spread around the entire surface of the glass.
Start by removing the top of the ornament. How to Pour Paint Ornaments. And here are a couple of ornaments Ive come up with in the past.
I sealed the opening with painters tape. Fill each ornament with about 1 tablespoon of craft paint.