diy broken cd ornaments 2All that sparkles and shines, ’tis the season! It’s no secret that the Christmas season is short this year due to a later than typical Thanksgiving, so we need all the quick and brilliant ideas we can find. We have been out of town and working lots of hours and welcoming a new grand baby into the family, so believe it or not we don’t even have our Christmas tree up yet! I canNOT believe that myself, but alas it is true. So, I’m especially looking for creative and easy ideas to make beautiful things for my family and friends.

This ornament is one of those brilliant ideas. So much of our music listening now is from iTunes or Spotify and Pandora, all fabulous options. Truth be told, some of the CD’s we own are, well, just taking up space. Here’s an ingenious way to recycle them and create a wonderfully, sparkly and shiny tree ornament.

It’s super simple to do ~ just take a white styrofoam ball or a plain glass ornament OR even a less-than-perfect ball that is showing it’s age. Grab those CD’s that you don’t need anymore, and break them up with some scissors. Then, just super glue the boken pieces on mosaic-style!

While that idea is definitely fantastic, I like to take things up a notch and make a really big one. It would resemble a disco ball but be 100 times better. Just find a ball that is as big as you like and follow the same instructions. These would be gorgeous hanging in the window, above doorways, suspended in a line above the dining room table, or yes, hanging on the tree. They would also make a lovely hostess gift!

It’s green. It’s really pretty. And, of course it’s easy.

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