At Christmas balls are traditional ornaments that in the past symbolized the fruits on the Christmas tree, but today are one of the funniest elements when it comes to assembling the home decor at this time of year.
Although the Christmas balls more traditional come in colors like gold, silver and red, these polka dots have won versions for all types of decorations over the years and today offer a lot of variety in color and textures for your Christmas. The changes have been so many that they no longer need to be hung on the tree: they are everywhere, from the trees, to the table arrangements, garlands and garlands that can be hung on the walls and doors.
And it's not just with store-bought ornaments that Christmas survives: in a more artisan footprint, we come up with tips for making completely new ornaments and even re-using materials from previous years as a basis for new ornaments. Use these ideas to work with different materials, textures and colors that have everything to do with the decoration you've planned for this year: do everything little with glue and tapes to complete the package and have a completely new ornament.
65 creative ideas of Christmas balls decorated for you to be inspired
To get you inside the new trends and help you choose the best kind of Christmas ball for your decoration, we separate 65 images for you to be enchanted and to inspire.
Picture 1 - Polka dots to decorate the tree in the most fun and nostalgic way possible!
Picture 2 - Balls inspired by the good old man to buy in stores of articles for decoration or to personalize by itself.
Picture 3 - Cute Christmas balls to do at home.
Picture 4 - Polka dots in other formats to decorate the tree with glass and porcelain.
Picture 5 - Arrangements with Christmas balls: use to create sculptures or even garlands.
Picture 6 - Glass or acrylic: transparent balls to give lightness to the tree.
Picture 7 - Customizing your embellishments: Try to dive into paint or even a different effect with sprays.
Picture 8 - Felt balls, wool balls, colored styrofoam balls ... Use the material you prefer and innovate in the use of the typical Christmas balls.
Image 9 - Was there ornament from the tree? No problem, all places can be adorned with a well built composition.
Image 10 - Polka dots and other geometric shapes decorating your tree.
Picture 11 - Another way to customize your Christmas tree: use colored paper circles or large sequins and go scalable to the smooth surface of the balls.
Image 12 - Super colored polka dots on the glass dome make a different decoration with the remaining ornaments of the tree.
Picture 13 - Many good-old to decorate your tree and make your Christmas more cute and generous
Image 14: Work with different materials and shapes if you decide to create your own embellishments.
Picture 15 - For a Christmas full of glamor and fun: Christmas balls style globe of mirrors with metallic paper.
Picture 16 - In a more rustic and cozy style: magazine its old balls with thread, string and wool with the aid of hot glue.
Picture 17 - Polka dots made as pompoms are cool, easy, fast and cheap alternatives, and very cute!
Picture 18: Round tunes to play the role of Christmas balls and decorate garlands, trees and even the door handle knobs.
Picture 19 - For glass balls: fill with drinks or water with dye for a super different effect!
Picture 20 - Leave the Christmas balls with more personality and attitude with a little acrylic paint, enamel and lots of creativity!
Picture 21: In addition to the example with wool and threads, also think about coating your balls with artificial feathers! They are easily found in party supply stores.
Picture 22 - Who is charmed by Christmas balls as we get to decorate even the chandelier with them!
Picture 23 - Cover with paper! It is super creative and you can still use several drawings and printed inspirations.
Picture 24 - Circle with family photo or a nice cool illustration replacing the traditional balls.
Picture 25 - Christmas ornament with colored balls to hang on the door of your house.
Image 26 - The important thing about decorating is having fun doing it! Think of elements that match the polka dots, like those magic unicorns and full of brilliance.
Image 27 - Another example of pompoms in place of balls, this time full of colors.
Image 28 - Decorating even the fruit bowl with Christmas balls.
Picture 29 - Garland in a twig style with metallic fruits.
Picture 30 - Use sequins, mirror paper and other textures to decorate your polka dots and leave the tree in a unique style.
Picture 31 - Personalized polka dots with the C3PO's face and R2D2 in a Christmas Geek.
Picture 32 - Christmas comic with decoration balls: another super creative inspiration for your home.
Picture 33 - Christmas circles made of felt!
Image 34 - Polka dots and even embellishments in the packaging of Christmas presents.
Picture 35 - Use colored permanent pens to write and draw on the balls.
Picture 36 - To devour the decoration of Christmas: mini-pancakes decorated in the style of Christmas balls.
Image 37 - Redomas of paper for an artisan decoration.
Picture 38 - More felt polka dots in a warm and cozy decoration.
Picture 39 - Christmas cake: the traditional decoration balls decorating the cake too!
Picture 40 - Make your Christmas ornament practical and quick: Styrofoam balls decorated with sequins, beads and glue.
Image 41 - Glass Christmas Balls: a transparent dome to create small environments with your favorite objects.
Picture 42 - Christmas balls around the flasher wire, for an interesting effect that can be used up all year!
Picture 43 - Play with proportions of the decorative elements: little trees and giant balls of Christmas in the time to decorate the table of the supper.
Picture 44 - Use embellishments with matte colors or paint yours with spray paint!
Picture 45 - Embellishments for a tree worthy of an artist: use ink stains to show that you were in a moment of inspiration when setting up the tree.
Picture 46 - Christmas balls decorating the wall in a tree shape: enjoy the materials and textures you have to create different effects, even if you do not have the most traditional elements of Christmas decoration.
Picture 47 - In the ornaments of the house and even in the jewels chosen for Christmas Eve: incorporate decorative elements also in their festive garments.
Image 48 - MDF letters covered with Christmas balls.
Picture 49 - Fun and friendly embellishments: it's never too late to assemble your own characters with their own personalities.
Picture 50 - Christmas ornaments that keep an eye on all the guests: use glitter, markers and creativity to assemble your characters and little monsters.
Picture 51 - Composition with Christmas balls at the time of cleaning the table for supper: make a ring for the napkin or cutlery with a ribbon and polka dots of your choice.
Picture 52 - Another tip to do at home with low cost: cover old Christmas balls or round molds with different colored lines for a different effect.
Picture 53 - Tree on the wall with metallic decoration: gold, silver and copper are great colors to decorate for Christmas a minimalist tree on the wall or even an environment with a predominance of light colors and pastels.
Picture 54 - Combine various textures and colors of Christmas balls bought in stores with natural elements such as flowers, leaves and branches.
Picture 55 - Mini colored honeycomb pompoms to make the tree decoration more fun and delicate.
Picture 56 - Compose the decoration of your tree with industrialized balls and craft balls, made by other people or by yourself.
Image 57 - Polka Dot Paper TAGs for anyone to lose the cup out there and keep the party organized.
Image 58 - Colored balls forming a wreath with more fun visual and entitled to personalized messages written with permanent pen.
Image 59 - For those who are a fan of handicrafts with lines: crochet balls, with colored twine and with soft filling to tighten.
Image 60 - Christmas balls in golden and copper tones with long strands, giving lightness and a very glam look to your tree.
Image 61 - Christmas decoration for the whole house: ball of garnish with different colors or textures to compose with your day-to-day decoration.
Picture 62 - Christmas ornaments of plush: to tighten and decorate the house with great style this end of year.
Picture 63 - Make a different decoration on your old ornaments with felt: use the vibrant colors and super glitzy for a different texture.
Picture 64 - For a minimalist Christmas, bet on embellishments that follow a reduced and coherent color palette.
Image 65 - Tree Ornaments with Countdown: Embed only your own rules for your Christmas tradition in craft ornaments.
How to Make Christmas Balls Step by Step
Now that you have checked out all these visual references, how about basing on practical tutorials to start decorating and personalizing Christmas balls, whether they are new or old? Get started with the videos we've selected to make it easier for you to work from home: