Frosted Pear Ornament + Blog Hop

Frosted Pear Ornament + Blog Hop
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Christmas Exravaganza Blog Hop and Linky Party Graphic

Get ready for a fun four days of Christmas decor, crafts, recipes, and printables.  Today I want to share with you how to make these simple and pretty Frosted Pear Ornaments.
Frosted Pear Ornaments -

To make Frosted Pear Ornaments you will need the following items:

  • faux decorative pears (available at most craft stores, or big box supermarkets)
  • white spray primer or white craft paint
  • ultra fine white glitter & white tinsel glitter
  • decoupage medium (Martha Stewart Glitter Decoupage or Mod Podge)
  • hot glue gun
  • ribbon

STEP 1) Spray your faux pears with a nice coat of white primer or feel free to use white craft paint. Allow to dry.

How to make frosted pears ornaments

STEP 2) Coat the pears with a layer of decoupage medium. I used the Martha Stewart Glitter Decoupage.

STEP 3) While still tacky, sprinkle the ultra fine white glitter over the entire pear surface. Allow to dry.Christmas Ornaments - Frosted Pears

Step 4) With your hot glue gun, drizzle a layer of hot glue over the top of the pear, so it looks like frosting dripping down. Immediately sprinkle the hot glue with the white tinsel glitter. Frosted Pears

Step 5) Create a loop out of ribbon and hot glue the ribbon to the base of the stem.

Frosted Pear OrnamentThese Frosted Pear Ornaments are very easy to make in a short amount of time and will stand sparkle with a pearly shimmer on any wreath or Christmas tree.

Be sure to follow along with the blog hop for more fun Christmas crafts, decor, and recipes.

Christmas Extravaganza Blog Hop Participants


Kim at Sand & Sisal

Debbie at Debbiedoo’s

Kristi and Kelli at Lolly Jane

Kristin at Yellow Bliss Road


Heather at Setting for Four

Angelina at JoJo and Eloise

Destiny at A Place for Us

Kristen at Ella Claire


Courtney at French Country Cottage

Chelsea at Two Twenty One

Heather at Setting for Four

Jennifer at Town and Country Living


Maryann at Domestically Speaking

Roeshel at DIY Show Off

Mary Beth at Cupcakes and Crinoline

Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage

and Friday it’s Your turn… It’s the Christmas Extravaganza Linky Party.  Come share your Christmas décor, recipes and more!

Also this week I’m participating in a Christmas House Tour and it starts today at Just a Girl. Come visit!


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  1. This is just gorgeous kIm!!!! So pretty, thanks for sharing the tutorial with us, have a wonderful weekend. XO

  2. Love this Kim!! Simple and Beautiful! xoxo

  3. These are so very cute and so very WINTERY!!! I LOVE them. Thanks for sharing this fun idea with us!

  4. Kim those are beautiful!! You always have such classy decor. 🙂

  5. Love the dripping snow with the glue gun! That glitter is so cute too. I don’t have that one…. 😉 You know I “need” it now right? Happy Holidays!!!!

  6. What a great idea! I love the tinsel glitter!

  7. That is so festive and fun! Love it.

  8. As a girl who loves all things glitter, I’m soooo in love with these gorgeous ornaments Kim!! I have a bunch of faux apples that I’d love to try this with! Thanks for the inspiration!! It’s fun to party again with you this week! ~ Heather

  9. These are so pretty! I love the effect of the hot glue dripping on the top, perfect touch!
    Debbie 🙂

  10. I am totally loving this idea- they are so cute!!!

  11. So pretty! LOVE the sparkle!

  12. You’re ornament is absolutely beautiful, Kim. It reminds me of sugar plum fairies and a snow village. Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I have some paper mache pears in my craft stash that I will try this one.


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