Today I have a DIY project to share with you - christmas ornaments made with nail polish!
I also made some last year. You can check them out here.
To get started, you need some plain glass ornaments and a lot of nail polish.
I found my glass ornaments at the Danish hobby store Panduro.
When making these nail polish christmas ornaments, I always start off my pouring some nail polish inside the ornament and turning it around until the entire inside of the ornament is covered with nail polish.
First up is this bird house ornament inspired by MaineWeddingArtist on Etsy.
I used Appeal4 Frosty Dawn as the base (on the inside of the ornament). Afterwards I freehanded the branches, birds, bird house, and snowflakes with different colored nail polishes and a small nail art brush on the outside of the ornament.
Next up I have this snowflake ornament.
I used Essie Leading Lady on the inside of the ornament. Afterwards I stamped the snowflakes with MoYou London Festive 02 stamping plate and Essie As Good As Gold.
Next I have my favorite ornament this year - this cute Santa Claus in a chimney ornament.
I started off with a base of the white glitter polish Appeal4 Coconut Pine on the inside of the ornament. Afterwards I freehanded the chimneys and the two halves of the Santa with different colored nail polishes and a small nail art brush.
And here it is from behind!
Lastly I have this beautiful glitter ornament.
I started off with a white polish on the inside of the ornament. Then I made the glitter gradient using F.U.N Lacquer 24 Karat Diamond and afterwards I added the stones and adhered them onto the ornament with top coat.
And that's it! What do you guys think about these nail polish christmas ornaments?
Let me know in the comments!