STAR WARS ORNAMENTS

Hey Everyone! Ken here with Ken's Kreations

Well as I said in my M&M Post, I am making ornaments for my family members this year. Well I have one Brother who is obsessed with Star Wars. I made him a Star Wars Frame one year so I knew that I wanted to make him ornaments for his Christmas this year.




Now for these ornaments I used the "Mop N Glo" technique that is been popular for many years now. Now you will see tons of these popping up on Facebook, blogs and twitter and at first they look a little intimidating....however these ornaments are super simple to make. The first thing you will need a supply list for these so that way you can follow along here. 

Supply List:
Mop N Glo ( I used the basic one step solution see below in the photo)
Disc Ornaments ( these work better for me to apply vinyl)
Fine Glitter - Green, Gold, White and Black ( I used silhouette brand as they have 3 different sets)
Blue Fine Glitter (Ranger Glitter)
Cricut Printable Vinyl - I did not want to spend that long layering vinyl as I did with the M&M's
Cricut Explore Machine -  Print Then Cut feature


You will start with the Mop N Glo. Pour about 2 tablespoons into the ornament and make sure all sides of the ornament are coated. Try not to shake as this will form bubbles in the solution and can create a headache. Once all sides of the ornament have been coated you will want to pour out the remainder of the solution into the bottle in a circle motion. This way it will insure the coating of the ornament stem as well. If you just pour out the solution on one side you will not have glitter attached to all of the spout of the ornament. Make sure to use a funnel and pour Fine Glitter into the ornament. Make sure to coat all side of the ornament and when finished you can pour the extra out of the ornament and reuse if it is not clumpy. Let the Disc Ornaments dry for about 2 hours. I had my dry overnight to be on the safe side.

After the Disc Ornaments have completely dried you can now turn to the design of the ornament. I used standard Windex to make sure the ornaments were nice and clean. I used my Cricut Explore Machine Print Then Cut feature to print out these star wars characters and logos on Cricut Printable Vinyl. I made sure to pick out my Brothers favorite Star Wars characters and made sure on the back of each of the ornaments was the Star Wars logo. Here is all of the ornaments below:


DARTH VADAR

ON THE BACK OF EACH ORNAMENT:

C3P0:

R2D2:

STORM TROOPER:

YODA:

I hope you enjoyed hte second set of ornaments in my Christmas Series. Check back this weekend to see the last set of ornaments that I will be making for my Dad. Also make sure to take a look at the rest of this post to see how you can support Ken's Kreations

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