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Christmas Jewels Ornament

By: Vee Bee for favecrafts.com
Updated July 30, 2019
Christmas Jewels Ornament
Christmas Jewels Ornament

"Formed with quilled newspaper strips shaped and joined together, coated with sparkly nail polish, then varnished and decorated. The longest part was waiting for each step to dry thoroughly before proceeding. The easiest way I found to keep the larger coils from unraveling while quilling, was to start with the tool then continue rolling by hand. I used little clips to hold the coils when I needed a break. This is a frugal project, most of the supplies had been bought from a dollar store."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsBeads

Primary TechniqueBeadwork

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Newspaper, cut into thin strips
  • Quilling tool
  • white glue or Glossy Mod Podge
  • E6000
  • Sparkly nail polishes and clear coat
  • Paintbrush
  • Toothpicks
  • Thin ribbon
  • Metallic thread and needle
  • Flat back jewels,sticker ones will work but need extra glue

Instructions

  1. Cut newspaper into strips, a manual or electric strip shredder makes this easier.

  2. Start forming loose coils using the quilling tool, add strips until the coils fit the mini mold dome size you prefer.

  3. Glue the coils ends and let dry

  4. Shape the coils with mini mold and other tools like the paintbrush handle.

  5. Coat the inside of all shapes with glue or Mod Podge and let dry.

  6. Thread the needle with metallic thread don't knot it yet and pull the needle through the top piece and back through leaving a loop then knot the ends at the desired length.

NotesThis project is scalable, the one shown is 3 inches. Any paper or decorative materials can be substituted.

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Thank you, Dana

Adding some glitter with nail polish is such a great idea! I love how this turned out.

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