This simple DIY Beauty And The Beast Enchanted Rose Ornament is inspired by the upcoming live-action Beauty And The Beast Film. This is a fun Christmas craft for Disney fans of all ages.
In case you haven’t noticed, I love to make Disney Crafts! Today, I am adding to my Disney Princess Ornament collection with this super simple Beauty And The Beast Enchanted Rose Ornament. To say I am excited about the upcoming live-action film starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, is an understatement. Not that I have aged a day since the original Beauty And The Beast movie premiered in 1991, but I still remember taking my now 28-year-old nephew to see it. Now with the remake on the horizon, I thought it would be fun to recreate the Enchanted Rose that plays such an important part in this wonderful story.
Supplies Needed To Make a Beauty And The Beast Enchanted Rose Ornament
- Plastic fillable ornament
- 1 Miniature red rose
- Gold Ribbon
- Glue Gun & Glue Stick
- Gold Rhinestone Adhesive Embellishment
- Shredded Gold Crinkle Filler
Start by separating the plastic ornament. Trim your miniature rose to fit the diameter of the ornament. Apply a small amount of hot glue to the bottom edge to secure the rose in place. Take some of the gold crinkle filler and cut into smaller pieces. Add a small amount to the ornament.
Close the ornament and run the gold rhinestone trim around the opening to seal both sides. You can also glue in place to secure. Finish the ornament off with a pretty gold bow at the top.
I am so excited about how this turned out. I am equally excited about how easy it was to create. This ornament is such a fun way to celebrate the release of the remake AND my favorite holiday!
If you want to make some more Disney-inspired princess ornaments for your Christmas tree, be sure to check out my tutorial for my Disney Princess Glitter Ornaments.