Anthropologie Inspired Christmas Ornaments

Happy Wednesday, friends!!!

Today, Tara and I are each sharing a holiday DIY. For my DIY, I transformed some basic, plastic ornaments.

Here’s my inspiration picture….

These darling ornaments are from Anthropologie. I love the gold detail!

Here is my, much less expensive, version…

I started with plastic ornaments from Walmart, white and green matte spray paint, and gold paint…

I only used the ornaments that had cute details. The plain, and also the glittered ornaments, wouldn’t work for this project.

I took the tops off of each ornament, and spray painted them, some green, some white.

I painted the raised details of each ornament with the gold paint. Before the paint was completely dry, I rubbed bits of the paint of with a damp paper towel.

These were so easy to make! After all was said and done, each ornament only cost $.25!! You can’t beat that! Just a quarter per ornament!!

Let’s hop over and see what Tara is sharing today! Simply click on the picture below….

I hope you enjoyed these DIYs!!

Thank YOU so much for stopping by today! Y’all are the best!


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  1. This is brilliant. I love Anthropologie, and really miss visiting their gorgeous displays. Great idea for rehabbing just about anything! Hugs, Sandi

  2. Okay these turned out SO CUTE! I’m loving the green especially. It’s the perfect green to blend with live greenery but yet be a bit softer and more vintage looking. I’m gonna have to remember the name of this shade.

  3. What a great idea! I need to quit being so lazy and start working on less expensive ways to decorate for Christmas. Thank you for the great tip!

    1. Thank you so much!!!

  4. […] idea I “stole” from my best friend Emily over at Le Cultivateur. When I saw her Anthropologie inspired ornaments I knew I had to make some for my home and I […]

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