Looking for a quick but stylish Christmas DIY? These eucalyptus filled ornaments can be done in a few minutes and add even more green to your tree!
I am doing an indigo Christmas tree this year and have been really inspired by neutral tones and green with pops of white. I decided to try to jazz up these clear plastic ornaments with some green and make the vibe a little more natural and in theme.
What you need for your eucalyptus filled ornaments
- Eucalyptus cuttings
- Clear ornaments
- Epsom salt
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Start by opening your clear ornaments and cutting off a piece of eucalyptus. If it’s a little long, that’s ok, it will be in the ornament and I kinda liked the look of it better!
Put your cap back on your ornament and grab a paint brush to paint your modpodge on a bit of the bottom of the ornament. This part is optional but I liked the look of ‘snow’ with the green.
Next you will dip it in your epsom salt and then let it dry on it’s side.
Then you will be all done! This was a really easy way to jazz up those clean ornaments and I love eucalyptus so I thought they turned out really beautiful.