Chritsmas is right around the corner and we bet you’ve already started looking for decoration ideas.
Here are some original clear glass ornament ideas that you can make at home to impress everyone this year.
1. Snow Globe
This is a nice snow globe idea, with a beautiful tree in the middle. See the full instructions here.
2. Epsom Salt
For this one, you’ll just need a glass ball and epsom salt. Find out how to make it here.
3. Cute Old-Fashioned Ornaments
Find out here how you can make cute ornaments out of old-fashioned light bulb Christmas tree ornaments.
4. Believe Ornaments
Here‘s how you can make your own fancy, glitter ornaments with a nice message on them.
5. Original Ornaments
Why not staff your ornaments with colorful ribbons? Here‘s how to do it.
6. Unique Snow Glass Ornament
It’s Christmas time, so you can get a little bit extra. Go for glitter and sparkle! Here‘s how to make these gorgeous ornaments.
7. Tinsel Garland Ornaments
Tinsel can be used as decoration on your Christmas tree or even as a cute addition to your festive gift wrapping, but you can also make ornaments out of it. How? Find out here.
8. Glitter All The Way
As we said before, during the holiday season you do need some glitter. So here‘s another way to include it in your decoration.
9. And Glitter Some More
Find out here how you can make beautiful, impressive German glass glitter ornaments.
10. Snow Globe With A Twist
A snow globe on its own is not enough. Level it up by adding a ribbon around it to make it look even more cute. See here how to do it.
11. Nail Polish Ornaments
Make these super easy ornaments by just dropping acrylic paint in them and shaking. There you have them!
12. Natural Ornaments
If you’re not a fan of sparkly ornaments, here’s the natural alternative. Stuff clear glass balls with evergreen leaves, holly berries etc and impress your friends and family.
Make yourself some vintage ornaments by stuffing clear glass balls with foil confetti, decorate them on the outside with vinyl letters if you wish and tie some festive ribbon at the top. Aren’t they cute?
Make a sweet ornament using not only snow and berries, but also dollar store block letters to write festive messages. Find out here how to do it.
15. Scenic Glass Ornament
These beautiful ornaments look so impressive and elaborate, but they really require minimum materials and effort. See here how to make them.
16. Burlap Ornament
Just stuff a glass ball with burlap, tie a ribbon at the top and you’re good to go! How easy was that?
17. Blast From The Past
This is such a cute idea! You can slip lists of memories into clear glass balls that represent each year. Years later, you’ll enjoy reading those. Here‘s how to make them.
18. Vintage Car
If you’re a vintage car lover, then maybe this one’s for you. Find out here how to make a vintage car snow globe.
19. Impressive Ornaments
For the crafty ones, these ornaments might be just what you’re looking for. Here‘s how to recreate them.
20. Music Is My Passion
For all the music lovers out there, these music sheet ornaments could be all they ever need. You can make them by following these instructions.
21. Natural Is Fine, Too
As we said before, if you’re not a glitter and sparkle lover, you can go for a more natural option. For example, fill the glass balls with twine, rope or string.
Remember when you were a child and used to cut snowflakes out of paper? You can do the same thing, just give it a more sophisticated twist by cutting out book pages.
23. Berry-Filled Ornaments
Use some fake berries to stuff your glass balls and decorate them with a flower like this. Winner winner.
24. Sea Lover
If you love the summer and the beach, and want to get this message across even at Christmas time, here‘s how to decorate your tree with seashell ornaments.
25. Rudolph Ornament
This one’s super easy to make and you can get your kids to help you as well. Here‘s how to make it.
26. Melted Crayon Ornaments
For those of you who are willing to dedicate a little more time to make the ornaments, here‘s a cute idea.
27. Glow In The Dark
Want your ornaments to glow in the dark? See here how to achieve it.
28. Santa’s Belt
Here’s how to make adorable ornaments that look like Santa’s belt. Doesn’t it look gorgeous?
If you want to go for playful ornaments this year, why not opt for this cute snowman? Here‘s how to make it.
Unicorns have been in fashion the last couple of years, and they still are a trend, so why not go for glittery unicorn ornaments this year? Find out here how to make them.
31. Sesame Street Inspiration
If you’re looking for a more fun take on this year’s Christmas tree, these glass ornaments are for you.
32. Dr Seuss Fans
If you love Dr Seuss and his stories, then you might love these Grinch inspired ornaments. See here how to make them.
33. Neon Fashion
Neon is in fashion this year, so why don’t you make yourself nice neon glass ornaments? How? Take a look here.
34. Glittery Grinch
If you like the Grinch, but want to make it more fancy and festive, then add some glitter to it like this.
35. Minion Ornaments
We know all kids love Minions. But not only them- adults do too. So whether you want to make your kids or yourself happy, go over here and see how to recreate the Minion ornaments at home.
36. Personalized Glitter Ornaments
Why not personalize your ornaments by writing the names of the family members on them? Find out here how to make beautiful sparkly ornaments with your names on them.
37. Confetti Time
These confetti ornaments are super easy to make and yet so impressive to they eye. See how to make them here.
38. Simple And Elegant
If you want to personalize your ornaments, but aren’t a fan of glitter and sparkle, then you can go for stencils and metallic acrylic paint. They work beautifully on glass balls. Attach a ribbon at the top and you’re done!
39. Minimal And Elegant
See here how to make these beautiful minimal yet elegant glass ornaments. Everyone is guaranteed to love them.
40. Nightmare Before Christmas
If you loved Tim Burton’s movie, you’re probably a fan of Jack Skellington’s. So this year make ornaments out of him like this.