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Christmas Ornaments crafts can be as simple and fun as using some old cd's or dvd's around the house
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Hi! It’s Faige Kobre, Faige from the Educational Art Institute with Christmas ornament crafts. Okay, now, what I spent a lot of time doing is I go through different websites and I look for some copy that I could increase and then I try to modify them to be educational arts and crafts and I found this really cool type of cress that I would like to share with you. Using recyclable things we want to make this very cheap and easy, we can take some old CD’s make sure they’re old unless you want to buy package for just specifically for this crafts. And what we are going to do is we are going to decorate the CD’s and then we are going to hang them on the tree that makes really cute Christmas ornaments. Now, there is a few different ways you can do this, one of them is if you like glitter you can just take glue and put glue in different designs and sprinkle the glitter all over. I personally hate glitter, it gets in the ear, it gets in the hair, and it gets on the food so I cannot use them but I did find something in a craft store, glitter glue which you can use as all different products. And then you can design anyway you want. Here I have, here is one that I use to design it just a little bit not that much of course you can do it much more that is one way to decorate these CD’s. So that would be with and will end some markers. Another simple way would be just to use markers to call them up now, it will be a good idea to make sure to use markers like this that are permanent you can try with different you have but I found that’s best to use permanent markers and then I just put a little bit of sequence around you could have of course use your creativity to figure out how do you want to decorate them. So, this is markers and sequence. Another thing we did was we just use tissue paper, it’s important that once you do when you doing ball side is after you finish one side make sure you let it dry because otherwise when you put it over it’s going to stick on the surface that you putting it on and then you can do the other side. Another way of doing decorating, you see this is making decoupage so we took a magazine and cut up different pictures that child that was doing it was cutting out the different pictures that they like. Covered them over, folded some of the other here, put glue on top of that after and there is another way to decorate them. And then the last one which is a little bit of a longer activity is to take pieces of yarn and to basically saw around in different colors of course you can do the red and green the classic Christmas colors and then you have another beautiful decoration of an ornament. And then what you do is you take some ribbon or some ribbon like this or some yarn like this and you put it through here and you have this really cute, really easy, really simple homemade decorative Christmas ornament crafts. Now, if you would like to the more about this leaving copy cut cress and going to educational art and crafts just go to my website www.educationalartsandcrafts.com. See you on the other side.