Marbled Wood Slice Ornaments with Plaid Crafts!
Plaid Marbling Paints are mixed and ready to pour. They don't blend together, so all the individual colors stay bright and vivid.
This paint is specially formulated so it doesn't blend together...and turn to brown mud. The colors all stay separate and bright.
Let's make these amazing marbled wood slice ornaments!
Supplies Needed for Marbled Wood Slice Ornaments:
Step 1: Marbled Ornaments
Step 2: Fill Cup
Use one little cup and squeeze paint into the cup, layered like a bullseye.
Step 3: Pour
Then simply pour out the paint right onto the wood slices. No need to mix a thing!
The paint is pretty thick, so just pour out a line or few blobs of paint on each wood slice.
Step 4: Tilt
Then tip and tilt the wood slice to let the paint run all over it to showcase the amazing colors.
Then let them sit on the cups to dry completely. At this point, you'll be looking around the house for anything and everything that you can marble!
I love the classic black and white marbling!
This craft has no age or skill level requirements! Seriously, anyone can make these look amazing!
Once they are dry, they are ready to string with twine to hang on a tree, tie to a gift or use as coasters.
I love the variety of colors, patterns and surprise!
These are quick to make. One ornament just takes a couple minutes, so it's a great craft to do with a group of people that you can cycle through, with a group of kids that need a quick craft, or as a fun thing to do on a snow day!
Once the paint is dry, the ornaments are ready to tie with ribbon or twine and hang on the Christmas tree.
If you want to add more decoration to them, here's a couple options:
Decoration Option #1:
Heat up that wood burner and add a custom name or word.
Go slow when using a wood burner for optimal writing.
Joy just fit perfectly on this wood slice.
Tie these ornaments on the Christmas tree. They just look like a party!
Add them to a gift as a gift tag for the perfect handmade touch.
Decoration Option #2:
Use the Brush Lettering Paint in Gold and a fine paint brush to add a letter, name or phrase in brush calligraphy.
Just a simple monogram or initial is perfect.
I love the shiny gold!
These could be tied to Christmas stockings as name tags or around the table as place setting tags.
Which do you like best? The wood burned, just the marbling or the gold monograms?