Upcycled Jello Mold Christmas Ornaments

30 November
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Hello! I'm back with yet another Christmas craft project... I'm on a roll yo!!

Today I'm sharing some cute little upcycled Jello mold ornaments.

Adorable Christmas ornaments made from old Jello Molds

I found a stack of these vintage Jello molds at Goodwill and I immediately saw little diorama ornaments!

I used Christmas themed scrapbook papers and Mod Podge to adhere the papers to the inside, back of each mold.

Then I used my Crop-A-Dile to punch two holes in the top of each mold for the ribbon hanger.

A little Glitter...

Then I went through my craft supply stash of do-dads, thingamajigs, and what-knots and made a little scene in each mold.

I made the little angel from a tiny perfume bottle that I have saved for umpteen years... for who knows why...

I fashioned arms with Silver Tinsel Pipe Cleaners.

The spun cotton head is something that I've had for years but there are some cute one's here: Spun Cotton Doll Heads with Faces. I used another pipe cleaner in the bottom of the head.

Then I just slid the pipe cleaner down into the bottle and used a little glue to secure the head to the bottle.

And the bottle lid created a cute little hat!

Now that I had my little dioramas set up I used Mini Alphabet Rubber Stamps to create some little banners.

And here are the finished products!

Some got mini bottle brush trees. There are some super cute one's here: Pink Bottle Brush Trees. The "ornaments" are pearls off an old necklace.

Mini Glass Ball Christmas Ornaments...

The cute little angel got a little choir book made from a snippet of a music sheet.

This one is my favorite. I love the little deer... there are some different one's here: Plastic Reindeer Ornaments and here are some of the Miniature Mushrooms.

Santa is a vintage ornament I picked up at one of my favorite antique shops.

And this cute little girl is a package tie on. I made a little folded accordion paper piece and glued it behind her so she sticks out from the mold a little bit.

These were fun to make, I love playing around in my craft supplies and making a big ol' glittery mess 😁

Do you have a favorite?

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