Don’t these look good enough to eat? One day while walking through the craft store, I dismissed these glass bulbs because I’ve made so many of them in the past. Just as I made it past the display, feeling good that I didn’t get sucked in…the idea of using Puffy Paint to make concha ornaments popped into my head.
Then I ended up filling my cart with about 12 boxes of the ornaments.
Anyway – at least they turned out wonderful! I made a video showing the process, but there’s a trick. I found an everyday tool to make the perfect indention into the paint to make it looked like baked good. You’ll have to watch the video to see! 😉
SUPPLIES (found at most craft stores):
Glass or plastic bulbs, the flatter ones
Watered down white glue
Pink Puffy Paint
Indentation tool (see video)
RELATED: Felt Empanada Ornaments
Thanks for checking out my tutorial! Let’s all go make a gazillion of these!
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Where did you find the flatter bulbs?
I have seen them @ Michael’s & Hobby Lobby
I know the plastic version of these flat bulbs are sold in packs of six at Michaels,
How long do you let the paint sit before scraping the lines in?
How long do you have to let the glue dry?