Forget tinsel! Dazzle up your Christmas tree with these sparklicious Loteria Ornaments! Use your favorite Crafty Chica™ Paint Packs™ and Chunky Glitters™ with Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue® to create ornaments with crafty flare.
Triple shine = bright colors, lots of glitter, topped with glossy varnish! Directions after the jump.
- Crafty Chica® Little Chica Paint Packs™
- Crafty Chica® Loteria Game™
- Crafty Chica® Chunky Glitters™
25696 Goddess Gold 25698 Be-Bop Black Rockabilly Ruby
- Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue®
- Crafty Chica® Glossy Gloss Varnish™
- Large heart-shaped wood ornaments
- Foil or paper plate
- Scratch paper
- Craft brushes
- Two-part resin
- Cover work area with scratch paper. Squeeze your favorite color(s) from the Crafty Chica™ Little Chica Paint Packs™ onto foil/paper plate. Basecoat the ornaments with paint and let dry.
- Cut out your favorite images from the Crafty Chica™ Loteria Game™ gameboard card and using Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue®, glue one image onto each ornament.
- Pour Original Tacky Glue® onto foil, and using crafting brush, paint a layer of glue around the image. Pour your choice of glitter onto the glue and press with finger to set. Tap away excess onto scratch paper and return to container for re-use. Use your finger to add a thin coat of glue over the Loteria Game™ image.
- Mix the two-part resin according to package directions. Apply over entire ornament and let cure over night.
- Add painted accents around the edge of the ornament using your favorite colors from the Little Chica Paint Packs™. Let dry.
- Apply Crafty Chica™ Glossy Gloss Varnish™ to the outer edges and back of ornament to add shine.
- String ribbon through hole in ornament and tie.
- Hang and enjoy!
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2 thoughts on “Triple Shine Loteria Ornaments”
I love these ornaments! I made something similar this year, but I’m still afraid of using resin so I used brush on mod podge and topped with a spray of glossy varnish. Yay, holiday crafteeness!
I love everything you make. I have been using your ideas with some very special kids in my vocational art class. Thank You for sharing!