Thursday, November 14, 2019

Sand Pail Ornament #Nautical #BeachyOrnaments #Beachtheme #NauticalChristmas #Dollartree #DIY Ornaments #Christmasornaments

Sand Pail Ornament 




This ornament is so much fun to make and easy too. 



Pick up a few of these pails at the Dollar Tree.



 Add  some embellishment or personalize with markers or printables. 


Maybe Include your family name and year. I used white glue to adhere these  Hibiscus flowers. I've included a printable sheet here for you too.


 You'll need a can of Foam . It's used to block cracks in homes in order to keep out drafts and critters. Find it in most hardware departments. I found this one in Walmart for under $3.00


*******Beware**** This stuff expands to like 5 x it's original size. 

Add a squirt to the pail just enough to fill the pail 1/3 of the way to the top. 




Let dry overnight.


Next you mix up some sand with a little glitter.  Apply glue to the foam and throw on the sand and glitter. I used 2 coats of the sand glitter mix. There are different size grains of sand on the market . I happen to have this big grain on hand and I was worried that I would not like it, however I think it helps hammer home the sand in photos. 

I hope you enjoyed this DIY. Please leave a comment in the box below and  I 'll be sure and comment back. 
I made this ornament as part of the 2019 Ornament Exchange. Pop on over for some DIY inspiration.







With love and gratitude,

Michele












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17 comments:

  1. Very cute for a coastal home! Pinned 😊

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  2. I love the look of the sand - it turned out really cute!

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  3. What an adorable idea! The hibiscus flowers are so pretty and I love the texture of the sand.

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  4. These ornaments are adorable, and perfect for a beach-themed tree!

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  5. Thank you for the ornaments! I can't believe how perfectly they match with our tree this year. I may need to buy some of those buckets to make some for our mini tree. Pinned.

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  6. Love it!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 6.

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  7. Using the foam to fill the bucket is a great idea.

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