Glitter Chopstick Icicles | handmade ornament no. 9

Glitter Chopstick Icicles | handmade ornament no. 9

Glitter Chopstick Icicles | Welcome to the Fourth Annual Handmade Ornament Series. This week a line up of fabulous friends will be stopping in each day to share some creative
Homemade Christmas Ornament ideas.

Please welcome our ninth guest Camilla from Family Chic

Chopstick Icicle Ornament

Hi there, Camilla here from Family Chic! Thanks to Stephanie Lynn for inviting me to share this fun and easy ornament craft with you today!

I love working with unexpected supplies – turning everyday items into something special. For Stephanie Lynn’s 4th Annual Handmade Ornament Series, I thought I would make some glittering icicles out of chopsticks. This one is quick and easy – great for kids and adults.

I hope you like it! XO, Camilla

Homemade Icicle Ornaments

The tapered shape of a chopstick lends itself quite well to this project – it makes a great icicle!

Handmade Icicle Ornaments

A quick dusting of gold glitter and plain chopsticks are transformed into sparkling icicles!

How to Make Icicle Ornaments

For this project you will need: chopsticks (sold by the bag at grocery stores), glue, glitter, a craft brush, floral wire and wire clippers.

Chopstick Icicles

Separate chopsticks. Cut a 5-inch piece of wire and wrap it around the thick end of the chopstick. Make a hook with the end of the wire.

Wooden Chopstick Ornaments

Coat entire chopstick with glue and dust with glitter — I used gold because it’s my favorite, but any color would work.

Gold Icicle Ornaments

The glitter covers the wrapped wire.

Homemade Icicle Ornaments

Let dry for a bit and then hang your new icicles on your tree.

Camilla Fabbri Family ChicCamilla Fabbri, Creator of Family Chic – Evanston, IL
My ideas for decorating the home and garden are all about family, nature and individuality. I am a stay-at-home mother of two with a strong creative streak. With encouragement from my husband, I started Family Chic in 2009 as a place to catch all of my ideas and begin the process of writing a DIY home crafting book. I love to create something from nothing. I’ve always found it far more interesting to see what a person can create with very little money rather than unlimited funds. Family Chic is a blog about creative family living; rethinking everyday items and making the most out what you have (or what you can get cheaply) to make a fun and creative family home. Many of my ideas are quick, easy, inexpensive and green. I hope you feel inspired to try some of the projects you see here. Maybe your family will get a small thrill out of the Family Chic ideas you bring into your own home.

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  1. Your glitter chopstick ornaments look terrific and they are a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Brilliant and beautiful!! I’m featuring this in an ornament round-up at The Crafty Crow soon!



  1. […] Be sure to head on over to Under The Table & Dreaming to check out my contribution — “Chopstick Icicles”. […]

  2. […] You know those random chopsticks you seem to accumulate in the Kitchen draw? Well here is a festive Christmas craft that the kids can make. Be warned this project does involve glitter and glue so it is best done outside and totally supervised unless you wan’t your whole yard glittered. Glitter Chopstick Ornaments For Christmas. […]

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