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Vichy Christmas Baubles


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Customize Vichy-style Christmas baubles with ceramic colors. An easy DIY to follow for decorating your Christmas tree.

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You will need : 

  • Ceramic painting in the colors of your choice
  • Flat brushes
  • Ceramic balls for Christmas
  • Masking tape (for precise stripes)
  • Tape or strings for hanging

Difficulty level : ​​​​​​​

  • Drying time: 48 hours 
  • Completion time: 5 hours 
  • Difficulty: moderate - Suitable for ages 7 and up with adult assistance
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Step 1: Choosing Colors

  • Select the ceramic paint colors you will use to create the gingham stripes. Ensure that they complement each other harmoniously. 
  • Begin by painting horizontal or vertical stripes on the balls using a fine brush.
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Step 2: Creating Stripes

  • Use masking tape for precise stripes, making sure to firmly press the tape to avoid smudging.
  • Allow the paint to dry between each color to prevent blending.
  • Gently remove the adhesive paper or masking tape once the paint is dry.
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Step 3: Christmas Decoration

  • Once the baubles are dry, hang them on the Christmas tree or use them as festive decorations.

Tip: Experiment with different colors and patterns to create a collection of unique gingham Christmas baubles that complement your decorating theme.

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