DIY: Pearl Ornament

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Pearl Bulb Ornament

Check out my new jeweled ornament HERE...


You need:
(I used pearls from a couple of broken necklaces that I had. Use about 70 pearls to cover one bulb.)



Step 1: Start from the top of the bulb and glue pearls of various sizes onto the bulb. Work your way down.


Step 2: String a bit of tulle through the top of the ornament and tie it in a bow. Hang on the tree.





Megan & Stephanie

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14 comments

  1. pretty, feminine, classy, Victorian, retro, elegant!!! a full gamut ornament....luv it!!!

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  2. This is SO Darling I love it. Brilliant you girls are awesome.. I love DIYers like you!
    Lindsay @ Country Girl Home

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  3. love the pearly look! where did you buy the pearls? i've looked at several stores but haven't found any similar to yours.

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  4. @ Laura - I actually used pearls from some old broken necklaces and bracelets that I had. I also got a lot of the beige colored pearls from Micheal's Craft. Hope this helps! :)

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  5. Thanks for the inspiration! I made my own version - made 18 of these for under $20...http://everythingelsewastakeneventhis.blogspot.com/

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  6. Thanks for the great idea. I enjoyed making one. http://slowdownsunday.org/2012/09/15/now-thats-pinteresting-pearl-ornament/

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  7. Totally awesome & my favorite part is that they are simple to do!!! Great job! :)

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  8. Great directions! So simple, yet elegant.

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  9. OMG!!!! I have my grandmas pearls and beads. She is gone now but what a way to honer her at Christmas as I miss her dearly. TY

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  10. Great idea for Christmas presents for those who have everything. Thank you for the idea

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  11. Love it the Victorian style is beautiful!

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