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Hello! Tegan here with a fun ornament I made using the I Love Christmas collection! And this collection is perfect for me because it is so festive and well, I really do love Christmas! I also used one of my favorite Echo Park Paper die sets, the Scalloped Circle Die Set, to create this fun three-dimensional ornament.
I can’t wait to make an entire set of them for my Christmas tree. Here’s how you too can make your own ornaments!
Use the larger scalloped circle die to cut a plain circle out of the plaid Christmas Joy patterned paper. Embellish it with a small piece of the scalloped border sticker and banner piece cut from the woodgrain patterned paper. Adhere the Santa sticker with foam adhesive for added dimension. Add enamel dots and a brown bow made from twine.
Use the larger die again to cut out four scalloped circles from the green side of the Border Stripes patterned paper.
Bend each scalloped circle in half and start gluing the four quadrants together.
Make sure the scallops line up pretty well.
Once the four quadrants are glued together, place a little bit of liquid adhesive on the middle piece of your ornament. I used Zip Dry and then just held the piece in place for a short bit while it dried. Once dry, you can also add a little more Zip Dry on the back to make the bond stronger. Add red twine to the top of the ornament so it can be hung on the tree.
Thanks for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you all to get creative with your dies. And I hope everyone has a happy holiday season!
manual cut machine
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Hello there! It’s Anya here today to share some cute little Christmas ornaments you can do for your tree.
My kids are more excited to see critters on a tree than just plain balls, so I expended our collection by a few tiny birdhouses that we’ll add to our tree this year.
To make these, I used Carta Bella Paper “Christmas Delivery” collection. You can use Silhouette downloadable file, or any other electronic device to cut these, but for my ornaments I simply made a sketch and used scoring board. Yes, it’s that simple and so much fun!
The woodgrain design on “Christmas Floral” pattern paper was a great base for my birdhouses. I used both 12x12 and 6x6 papers, as well as fun little stickers and fussy cut elements from the “Christmas Tags” pattern paper to decorate these.
Christmas Tags pattern paper
Christmas Floral pattern paper
4x6 Journaling Cards pattern paper
Christmas Plaid pattern paper
3x4 Journaling Cards pattern paper
6x6 Paper Pack
Christmas Delivery Stickers
Christmas Delivery Layered Stickers
The first thing I want to do when decorating my home for the holidays is put up the Christmas tree! The twinkling lights and glittering ornaments immediately put me in the mood for the Christmas season.