How To Decoupage Chinoiserie Christmas Ornaments
If you are obsessed with the Chinoiserie style pattern like me. I have a lovely tutorial on how to decoupage Chinoiserie Christmas ornaments using chinoiserie printables.
Chinoiserie Christmas Ornaments
There is nothing more beautiful than blue and white ornaments on a Christmas tree. I have been making chinoiserie craft for the last 2 years and I love how classy and unique they are. There are so many crafts you can make with the chinoiserie design.
Supplies Needed For Chinoiserie Ornaments:
- Chinoiserie printable ( I used three different kinds)
- Cardboard ornaments ( I found these at Hobby Lobby)
- Decoupage glue (I have used many glues and to me Aleene’s decoupage glue is the best.
- Scissors (Make sure the scissors are sharp for cutting around shapes.)
Here is a printable you can print out. Draw the shape of the ornaments by tracing the shape of the ornaments onto the printable. These ornament shapes are like crystals. There are 6 crystal shapes on each ornament. Place one of the shapes flat and with a pencil, you can outline the shape. Use that for your pattern.
Cut out the shape which looks like a petal. It should match up to the shape on the ornament. With a pencil, you can outline the rest of the petals which is 5 more needed to cover the ornament. Cut all the petals first before you glue them. I cut 6 petals total which matches up the entire ornament.
Apply a good amount of glue to the petals. Paste quickly on the ornament form. Continue pasting it all over the ornament until it’s completely covered. I have three kinds of printables to make three ornaments.
Let the ornaments dry for a good hour before you have them on the tree.
I am so thrilled with the way the Chinoiserie came out.
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Love these, Maria! Pinned, and thank you.
Thanks for stopping by!
You are amazing! I have got 2 giant heart eyes for this. I love blue and white and you just gave me an idea for my tree this year. Thank you for sharing.
So happy you like it. Sounds like a great tree for this year.