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Pretty DIY Home Ornaments For Your Christmas Tree

Some more pretty ornaments for your Christmas tree because there are just several days left before Christmas! You’ll need house-shaped wood cut-outs, Mod Podge, scissors, a paint brush, a paper awl, wallpaper scraps or samples, string, wooden beads. Trace your house shape onto the wallpaper and cut the house shape out. Apply a thin, even coat of Mod Podge to the wood surface and secure the wallpaper cut out. Let dry and do the steps as many times as you need and apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to both sides of the now completely wallpapered house and let it dry. Make a hole in the house and add a string, if you like, add a wooden bead; tie it off and cut the excess. Decorate your tree and Merry Christmas!

 

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