DIY Clear Round Ornaments
Great for crafts.
Bought to fill with small treasures and give as gifts.
March 27, 2011
great craft item
I work with chilren and teenagers in art & play therapy. I let the kids choose the craft items in this winter season. All the kids (agw 8-17) chosed to work on this clear round ornament as soon as they saw it. Even for the teenaged boys who usually were too cool to do craft stuffs, they cannot resist to stuff bells, beads or garland in and then decorate the outside.
I am back to order more. However, it's out of stock already. Hope you can order more.
December 15, 2012
easy to work with
these globes were easy to fill with sand and shells to match my Christmas decor
September 22, 2012
Exactly What I was Looking For!
I bought these originally to have as favors for my guests for my December wedding but now I have decided to turn them into mini guest books for each table. They will be set up at each table for guests to write their wishes to us. It's a win win because my fiance and I will have ornaments to hang on our first Christmas tree together this year! Wonderful product, wish they came in a larger quantity though.
October 11, 2011
Holiday Gift Ornaments
I tried to find these all over stores and the internet and finally OT had them! The price is great for 12, though I do wish they were a bit larger. It took them much longer than I expected to ship my order and when it arrived I was extremely sad to find one of the ornaments broken (when I needed the full 12 for gifts). And to order another set it would cost me $30 to get them shipped here in time. And a 2nd one shattered due to weakness in the glass. But overall the other 10 ended up very nice (I filled them with ribbon and glitter).
December 14, 2010
Ornaments were smaller than I expected but the quality was good. Used these to make marbled ornaments for kids at craft fair
December 13, 2010
glad i bought theses
i bought theses for a wise women event, i was teaching on joy and sorrow, so i took theses and put black in it and tap the color around inside and put it upside down to dry, than put back the hooks to hang them they came out so great. Love the look ty
December 10, 2010
Make them one of a kind!
We used these years ago with young kids by dripping craft paint inside and swirling to coat. Dry upside down for a LONG time to let excess paint drip out. Do not recap until thoroughly dry. Everyone loved these!
October 16, 2010