Page 2: On Your Next Trip To Michael's, Pick Up These Supplies To Make Some Breathtaking Christmas Keepsakes For Your Family

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September 26, 2017

For the ornament, remove the metal top and set aside. Place the ornament on a stable surface (such as face-up in the ornament packaging or sitting atop a small cup). Measure and mix your resin.

The amount you use all depends on how full you'd like your ornament to be. The more you fill, the heavier your ornament will become, so keep that in mind.

Use your long tweezers or forceps to place your porcelain tree into the ornament. Once it has fully cured, pour in some glitter.

Hot glue the metal top onto the ornament. This step ensures that the glitter will remain in the ornament without making a huge mess.

Wrap securely in a beautiful gift box and present to a friend!

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