A DIY idea that I wanted to run for years, after I came across on Pinterest, is the self filling glass Christmas balls. This year I made it at last the time for free. I had to schedule this post earlier, but came there with my work and all the things you still need to arrange as last minute for Christmas day. So in the Nick (also as sin to move into next year)! I chose a gold and a white theme.
By filling Christmas balls you give them a personal touch and you can customize the balls to the colors that you use to decorate the tree. All you need are glass Christmas balls and different types of filling. I bought this Christmas balls at Wibra and took out the fill that was in it (paper ribbons) look like using a pair of tweezers. Important is that the filling of your choice through the opening under the Crown of the bauble.
The simplest way to remove the Crown roasts I found by simply pulling on the Ribbon of the Crown. So I don’t accidentally pushed the Crown itself in each other (okay, one time so well, that I about went on the pulling-not-push method).
For my Golden theme I chose glitter Ribbon, loose glitter star and a beaded Garland that you normally in the Christmas tree. The Ribbon and the pendulum let you simply by opening up to the ball bags full of enough, cut it. The stars you can easily in the ball pouring through a piece of paper folding and slide them in the ball, or opt for even more convenience with a funnel.
Since my Christmas tree this year is decorated with White Christmas balls and ornaments I also went for a white theme so that I could let the balls hanging in the tree. I filled the balls with feathers, nepsneeuw and a kind of glitter balls that had to go for nepsneeuw by. Also for the nepsneeuw applies: make it easy on yourself and use a funnel. So do you stop your whole House under the ‘ snow ‘. With home-filled glass balls add a personal touch to your Christmas tree. Also nice to gift or as an activity between the different course during the Christmas dinner. This DIY is quick and easy to perform. And as long as you fill is not too heavy and fits through the opening of the Christmas ornament, the possibilities are endless!