Modern work with color is all about whimsy solutions like color blocking,
The first idea is about changing clear glass or plastic ornaments into bold ombre ones. Choose the colors you like and decorate your Christmas ornaments with bold shades still creating an ombre effect. If these are glass ornaments, take glass stains, they will work perfect. Give your Christmas tree a bold and modern look!
Here’s another clear
These ombre ornaments look more noticeable as they are made of frosted ornaments. Grab some frosted ones and decorate them following the tutorial in the source. Such a project can be realized in just some minutes, enjoy!
These cool ombre sequined ornaments are exciting and sparkling! While the materials are really inexpensive and the technique is simple, it takes a while to do. This is the sort of craft that will become an heirloom so take your time and don’t rush it. It’s actually a pretty relaxing activity once you get going and the results are absolutely stunning. No one will believe you made it yourself!
Ombre and gradient doesn’t always mean bold colors. If you prefer minimalism,
If you are bored with your old ball ornaments and want to give them a new look, nothing is simpler than this spray paint technique. You can give the ornaments a gradient look in just one step. Here the technique is used on some large plastic ornaments from the dollar store, but it will also work on metal or glass. Add large plaid bows on top and voila!
These beautiful and modern blendo ornaments are cool to make your Christmas tree super bold, and they will be more clearly seen on a white tree. Read the tutorial on making them fast and easily and enjoy the cool modern look of your tree!
Decorate your tree this year with these stunning
Not only will be the post be short, but this DIY is so quick and easy, that you can even get started even after you have stuffed your face and are in a food induced stupor. Take some clear glass ornaments and read the tutorial to make them cool and bold! These are so much better than plain solid color ornaments don’t you think?