DIY glittery baby doll part Christmas ornaments #Do It Yourself#Christmas#Christmas trees#dolls#macabre#ornaments December 12 | Guest post by Fritz is Fine Remember when Fritz is Fine turned a mannequin into a curiosity shelf? Now she's turning baby doll parts into ornaments. I'm all over adding whimsy to traditional Christmas decorating, but how about a little macabre action too? Here's how to make your own bedazzled baby doll part ornaments for seasonal sparkle with a dark sense of humor: What you'll need: Related Post Use your wedding decorations for double-duty Christmas decor Juniper Zombie started my unusual Christmas tree hunt on the right foot when she pinged us about showing off her mad rad purple and black... Read more Plastic/rubber doll parts Mod Podge Glitter Cardboard Embroidery thread Craft glue (I use Aleene's) Common items: scissors, paintbrush, thumb tack What to do: Because most doll limbs are hollow, you need to cover up the hole so you can attach a loop of thread. Cut out a circle of cardboard that will adequately cover the end of the limb. (It doesn't matter if it's not absolutely perfect, as you'll glitter over the edges.) Slather the limb with Mod Podge and sprinkle over the glitter. Shake off any excess. Also, glitter the corresponding cardboard circle. Once it's dry, make a hole in the middle of the cardboard circle with a thumb tack. Move it around a bit to make a hole big enough to string some embroidery thread. Loop the embroidery thread through the hole. Adjust the length to your liking, then secure it with a big knot on the underside. Top it off with a dollop of glue. With liberal craft glue, attach the cardboard to the end of the limb. Let dry. Add glitter to cover the seam of the limb and cardboard. Cover up any other thin spots. Add a coat of Mod Podge gloss to seal in the glitter. Now, hang, enjoy, and let out a crackling laugh. You know, like the crazy person you are. Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Fritz is Fine I'm a Seattle-based writer, compulsive crafter, impulsive collector and lover of the odd and macabre. I document my work and play through project tutorials, recipes and general hilarity over at Fritz is Fine. http://fritzisfine.blogspot.com PREVIOUS Be careful with cloves and cats this holiday season NEXT What happens when you're an unwilling job reference? Show/Hide comments [ 9 ] My eyes are swirling. I NEED TO MAKE THESE! and hang them year round. <3 4 agree Reply And here I thought there couldn't be anything better than the curiosity shelf! 2 agree Reply I just….this is too amazing! I hang up doll parts everywhere for Halloween, it never even occurred to me I could do it for Christmas! I'm taking my last final today, and this is so happening tomorrow *squeal* 1 agrees Reply I want to see the full tree! 1 agrees Reply Very much related thing Kelli from Shindig spotted on the streets of Seattle's Capitol Hill last weekend: 11 agree Reply Creepy + Sparkly = WIN! 2 agree Reply We did this with dinosaur toys and action figures last Christmas. Best. Tree. Ever. 2 agree Reply I think this would also look great on a Disney/Pixar tree. Anyone remember Toy Story & Sid's toys? 3 agree Reply I made these for my Christmas tree last year. I'm not sure how to add it as a pic tho :oD Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.