DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments

11.29.2012

DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball OrnamentsWhip up some sparkling, shimmering ornaments super-quick, and with only a couple of supplies!  This can even be a great project for kids to work on their fine motor skills.

Materials:DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornamentssequins in leaf shapes or snowflake shapes / pearl-head pins in red or pearlized / round styrofoam balls (you can paint them different colors before using if you don’t like the white showing through) / glitter ribbon

Tools: glue gun / scissors

How to:

1. Cut a short length of ribbon, enough to go around the styro ball and create a hang loop.DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments2. Use the glue gun to attach around the ball at the center.  Loop the end of the ribbon over itself and glue together to hang.DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments3. Use the pins to attach sequins all over the ball.  DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball OrnamentsFor the holly ornament, use 2-3 leaf sequins strung on one pin, and for the snowflake ornament, use 1-2 sequins on one pin.DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments4. Keep adding pinned sequins until the ball is completely covered.DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball OrnamentsDIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball OrnamentsDIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball OrnamentsDIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments

Hang on your tree, pile in a bowl, attach to a garland or a wreath – however you decide to display these pretty ornaments, they’re sure to be the star of your holiday decorating!DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments

Thanks to LocalSpotter.com for featuring these DIY Sequin Ball Ornaments in their Christmas Gift Tips series today!  Check out their whole Christmas Guide series for some major holiday inspiration!

Happy DIY’ing!
xoxox

Carly




Filed in: DIY, Featured in..., Holidays, Home Decor, My DIYs

Tags: Christmas, crafts, kids crafts, LocalSpotter.com, ornaments

 

 

7 Comments on DIY Easy Pinned Sequin Ball Ornaments

  1. Sarah (Saturday Sequins)
    11.29.2012 at 2:16 pm (2 years ago)

    Carly, this is such a cute idea! I love the way you used the sequin leaves.

    (Usually I think the leaves look more like feathers, but on your ornament, they definitely look like leaves.)

    — Sarah of Saturday Sequins <3
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    • carlyjcais
      11.30.2012 at 5:39 pm (2 years ago)

      Thanks Sarah! I was looking for green-colored leaf sequins, but couldn’t find any:-( The gold worked out okay, except I probably should have spray-painted the ball gold first. I pulled out the pins after I took the picture, and it looked so much better spray-painted! Live and learn, I guess.;-)

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  2. Ryoma Sakamoto
    11.30.2012 at 6:37 am (2 years ago)

    It is thanks to the wonderful news.
    Christmas decorations and beautiful lady is very artistic.
    From Japan.
    Ryoma Sakamoto.

    Reply
  3. Steffie
    12.01.2012 at 5:02 am (2 years ago)

    I absolutely love this. So easy and pretty! Well done ;)

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