Shell of Hope Nativity Christmas Ornament

Shell of Hope Nativity Christmas Ornament

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Shell of Hope Nativity Christmas Ornament
Shell of Hope Nativity Christmas Ornament
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"4 shells, a clam shell, an yarn brown, glue, glitter gray an gold, 3 pearl. It takes 15 minutes to put it all together. Fun for the whole family. Get brown Baggs an put them on the table so you don't get glitter an glue all over. then set out all the shells an yarn an pearls an start with the clam she'll brush glue on the inside an put the glitter an let set. Then place yarn in lower corner an glue in place. Then the shells in a face shape an then add the pearls. After its drys add a star over the whole where the string comes through the shell so no one sees the small hole."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsBeads, Recycled Materials, Yarn

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Difficulty LevelEasy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Shells
  • Yarn
  • Pearls
  • Glue
  • Glitter
  • String

Instructions

  1. Get brown bags an put them on the table so you don't get glitter an glue all over.

  2. Set out all the shells and yarn and pearls and start with the clam shell. Brush glue on the inside and put the glitter and let set.

  3. Place yarn in lower corner an glue in place.

  4. Add pearls for heads.

  5. After it dries, add a star over the hole where the string comes through the shell so no one sees the small hole.

NotesIt's fun for the whole family

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This is such a cute way to add a nativity scene to your tree! I love the idea of using shells.

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