Ready to add a touch of sparkle to your Holiday Parties? You're in the right place! Today I'm going to show you my fun gifts for Holiday clients. I decided to do custom made ornaments this year for every client that books me for their Holiday Party. I of course couldn't decide on one color, so I did a variation of colors. On the front side I decided to write "Happy Holidays" and on the back a custom company/name will be added. Want to know how I made these adorable little balls of joy? It's SO EASY!
So first, gather your supplies, because TRUST ME...after you open that baby oil, you won't want to touch ANYTHING! This is everything that I used. Just grab your glitter, some baby oil (you might want to pop the little white cap off from the inside so you can dump the unused baby oil back in), a piece of paper rolled to create a funnel, and some plastic ornaments (I got mine from Michaels, because I needed to buy in bulk, but you can find them almost any where).
Ok, it's officially time to start crafting! Below is a picture of all the steps I took, it's seriously that easy! One ornament took me maybe a minute to make (I think I spent more time worrying about the appearence of my double chin than it actually took me to complete an ornament, haha).
1) Squeeze some baby oil into the ornament (get ready to wear some on your fingers the first couple of attempts, it took me 3-4 times before I found the right angle to pour the oil in)
2) Roll the oil around the ornament to make sure it completely covers the inside of the bulb (you'll see the bubbles where the oil hasn't touched)
3) Dump the excess oil out (I used a ramekin, but you could actually dump it right back into the baby oil bottle if you pop the white top off)
4) Place your paper funnel into the bulb and dump some glitter into the funnel
5) Roll the glitter around the bulb just like you did with the baby oil (I like to put a napkin over the top of the bulb and shake it to cover the last part of the inside)
6) Dump the excess glitter back into the container, pop the cap back on the bulb, and viola! You're done!
Want to personalize them? Just use an oil based paint pen! I used a craftsmart pen and it was AMAZING!
Hope this was helpful to start your Holiday crafting!