Refurbish Old Christmas Ornaments

gliter candy cane

December is here!!! Christmas is just 25 days away, don’t get panic! If you haven’t had time or being thrifty to go for Christmas Tree ornament shopping, may be this is a great tutorial for you…. turn your old ornaments to one as good as new 🙂

We did not followed the tradition, we didn’t had thanksgiving meal, we didn’t do any thanksgiving activity, definitely no black Friday and no cyber Monday. Instead, I spent my day with my kids decorating a Christmas tree. I am thrifty and sentimental in certain things, my faux 5′ Christmas tree is as old as my seven year old daughter, same as majority of the hanging ornaments. I found many ornaments became tarnished and spoiled after many years of reuse. Looking at how badly those ornaments has discolored and worn out, it’s time to give them an uplift. Of course, not all can be refurbished, I still have to throw away some broken pieces and add in some new one, but at least I can keep it to minimum.

As an example, I glittered an old candy cane to make it as good as new or even better and prettier.

glittered candy cane

{CLICK HERE to get the Refurbish Old Christmas Ornaments Tutorial.}

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  1. what a good idea to recycle! I shall try it.

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