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Crafting Your Own Winter Wonderland DIY Christmas Ornament

Are you ready to embark on a delightful crafting adventure? Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting in the enchanting world of decoupage, this project is perfect for you. Inspired by Donna from "Mason Creations etc.," we'll be creating a Woodland Ornament that's sure to add a touch of whimsy to your holiday decor.

Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Your Woodland Ornament

Step 1: Assemble Your Crafting Kit: Let's start by gathering our materials. Head over to Decoupagenapkins.com and pick up the Polyvine Craquelure System, Polyvine Acrylic Glass Frosting, Polyvine Decorators Varnish, and a plain wooden ornament. Don’t forget your paintbrushes, white paint, food coloring, and a stencil with a snowflake design.

Step 2: Paint Your Base: Coat your wooden ornament with white paint using a smooth brush stroke. This base coat is crucial as it sets the stage for your craquelure effect. Let it dry completely — patience is key in crafting!

Step 3: Apply the Craquelure Base Coat: Once your base is dry, it's time for the Polyvine Craquelure Base Coat. Apply it evenly over the white paint. This layer will create the beautiful crackled texture we're aiming for. Allow it to dry thoroughly.

Step 4: Add Color and Texture: Now for the fun part! Mix the Polyvine Craquelure Top Coat with your chosen food coloring. Red and green are great for a Christmassy feel, but feel free to get creative! Apply this mixture over the base coat. As it dries, you’ll see the crackle effect start to appear. It's like watching magic happen right before your eyes!image of winter scene on DIY Christmas Ornament with white snow and stag and green grass on blue background from Deocupagenapkins.com

Step 5: Frosting Technique for Snowflakes: Using Polyvine Acrylic Glass Frosting and your snowflake stencil, apply a thin layer to create a frosted glass look. This adds a dreamy, winter wonderland vibe to your ornament.  For extra dimensionality, Donna added Glass Bead Gel to make additional sparkle.

Step 6: Sealing Your Work: After everything has dried, it's time to seal your ornament with Polyvine Decorators Varnish. This step not only protects your work but also gives it a lovely glossy finish.

Step 7: The Final Sparkle: To add a festive touch, gently rub some gold wax (also available on Decoupagenapkins.com) over the raised surfaces of your ornament. This step brings out the details and adds a bit of holiday shimmer. Then finish with a festive ribbon bow.

And there you have it — your very own handcrafted Woodland Ornament, ready to dazzle on your Christmas tree or be proudly displayed as a unique piece of art.

Crafting is not just about the end product; it's about the joy of creating. So, grab your supplies, let your imagination run wild, and enjoy every moment of this decoupage journey.

We extend our sincerest thanks to Donna for her creative guidance and inspiration. Her techniques and use of Polyvine products have brought this festive project to life.

As the holiday season twinkles around us, we at Decoupagenapkins.com wish everyone a Merry Christmas. May your days be merry, bright, and filled with the joy of crafting! 🎄✨