Homemade Christmas Ornaments
Here is a great little project from Ewenique Treasures
I love how she made these yummy little prim ornaments using only a few supplies… that you may already have around the house!
Here’s how she made these beautiful little gumdrop Christmas ornaments:
To give the gumdrop shape, cut the bottoms off of a 2 1/2 inch Styrofoam ball
Using her fingers, she molded them into more of a gumdrop shape
Inserted a bit of rusty wire in each top with a drop of glue
Paint with different yummy gumdrop colors
While the paint is still wet, roll in clear glitter
11 thoughts on “Homemade Christmas Ornaments – Yummy Prim Gumdrops”
OH how clever and DELICIOUS!
Great idea…wish I’d thought of it.
What a great idea. Those are absolutely adorable. I just love faux sweets.
Thank you for sharing this fun, sweet project.
This is the cutest idea! I have a gingerbread theme and these would be perfect, I am definitely making these. Thanks for sharing!
That’s pretty nifty! I think I’ll try that.
I love this idea and want to try it! Hope hubby doesn’t eat them! lol
These look delicious! What a great idea for a children’s tree!
These look good enough to eat 🙂 At first I thought they were made with real gumdrops. Great idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂
How cute !
Very authentic looking too.
Thanks for sharing these creative ideas.
They look nice but I can’t imagine them staying long with my two children. They can smell sweet everywhere so putting them on Christmas tree isn’t a challenge for them.
Very creative and lots of fun. Good to eat too.
Those green, red and white candy canes that you can find in a dollar store make great colorful Christmas ornaments too if the kids don’t eat them all up.
You can make your own old fashioned dough ornaments and pop corn chains. Kids have a lot of fun with these around the holidays.