First, for the Florida locals! I have updated my class schedule so be sure to stop by here and see what you’d like to attend in the next month or so: http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/lindaheller/events
I’ve received SO many requests for making the ornamant on the cover of the Stampin’ Up Holiday catalog. Lots here from my blog, from my customers and on Stamping School, also. It’s really beautiful and it’s not as complicated as it looks although a little time consuming with all the stamping and cutting out with the framelits. I had very little directions from SU so I just played around with how to do it my way 🙂
I did add a few rhinestones in the cherry cobbler tulle ribbon. Here is the back that I would personalize to put on a present, bottle of wine or wrapped gift or tree ornament gift:
I also made another version that is a lot quicker without the stamping, so be sure to watch that one after the first one. p.s. the first one is 19 minutes…even with editing, it’s a long one!
p.s. Stamping School Members…this is going up for you this weekend with the recipe sheets and cutting measurements.
Here is my quickie version, more vintage without glitter (except champagne mist/alchohol spray) and no stamping:
And here is my video for how to make a quickie version if you need to make lots of them!
Florida locals – quite a few of you asked to do this as a class – let me know if you still want to do it after watching the videos LOL
Linda, leave it to you to make this such a simple task. I am teaching my downlines the how to of this project this weekend and I feel really confident I can do the ornament justice. I am also teaching this project as a class for the Rec Center so I will precut all my pieces prior to class using DSP. Thanks for all you do!
it’s definately a LOT faster with just the dsp! I still love the stamped version tho LInda
Thanks for the videos. I tried to make one of the ornaments last week, and never did get it finished. I have ordered the silicone mat, which looks like it will help a lot. Thank you for giving us such great instructions and ideas.
the silicone sheet does help although you can do it without if you have to. Where did you run into trouble with yours?
Great instructional videos, Linda! I was thinking what you taught on the second one, why not just use the DSP. Although the stamped one is over the top, the one made with DSP is more “assembly line” friendly. I plan on making those for my 7 children and their families, so this is workable for me. Thanks for sharing you never ending talent. BernieB
Great photos and videos! Enjoyed seeing your version.
Super video! I really, really love the “quickie version!” That fits my lifestyle!!
Linda, you rock!!!! thanks sooo very much for taking the time to make the videos for us, you did an amazing job!! Also LOVE your speedy one as well!! You’re the best!
Thank you so much Linda!!! I loved the ornament right away when I received the Holiday catalog but was not sure how I would figure out the directions…you saved me from much frustratiion for sure! You rock!!!
Linda, you are AWESOME!!! I also had customers asking me to have a class to recreate this ornament! Thank you for taking the work out of recreating this beauty!!! I am anxious to hear what more advanced demonstrators will charge for this class! I love both versions, but I want the stamped version for myself! A huge hug to you! Terri Tosh
Wow ….tfs , so BEAUITIFUL !!!
Linda, both videos were great! Thank You so much for sharing how to do them both ways. You did make it look so easy and I will be giving them a try! Linda Henry
PS It was a real delight meeting and spending some time with You at Convention!
Thanks, Linda !
Thank you so very much for these videos! You are the bomb! I appreciate all your hard working and especially sharing these for FREE! What a blessing. I too was nervous when my customers were wanting the class then I played around with it and figured it out with some online help but your videos ROCK -I love the DSP one with the vintage twist. I think that will be a huge success among my customers. We love the vintage feel! The more we spritz ad smooch the better! LOL!
Love both of your videos, but really think I am more partial to your more vintage version. Thank you very much for showing us how to create both versions!
thanks so much, Carol!
Linda this is fantastic!! Thank you so much for taking the time to show us how you made this gorgeous ornament. I followed along and made one last night and it was just like stamping with you! Loved it–you are great at making things so simple! Thanks so much!! ((hugs))
Thanks, Nance! Good to hear from you, too!
Fabulous tutorial, can’t wait o try my hand at making one at my daughters next week, yipee! I really liked the “quick” version as well if you have to make quite a few.
Thanks so much for sharing.
Thanks so much for this tutorial! Might not be able to get it done in an hour, but I surely know how after watching your video! Awesome job!
Sylvia De Jong-Simpson
Linda, this is awesome. Thank you so much for taking the time to video and share this with us. I can’t wait to try it out.
Thank you so much for making this wonderful video – you do a nice job of explaining as you go.
Wish I lived close enough to take a calss from you in person, but DO subscribe to your newsletter and love love LOVE that video of the ornament. I ordered the bundle on my club order and WILL be following your instructions. THANK YOU!
Thanks for making this video. I was thinking of doing one as well to show how I made my ornament – but you have included some things in yours that helped me with making my ornament – and now I am ready to teach a class. Inspiring!! thanks so much!!
Love both of these. I have finished 4 and plan on making more.
This video and your tips were extremely helpful! Thanks Linda!
Linda, I too, had many people asking me how to do this. Your video is just fantastic and I appreciate all the time you spent showing the stamped and dsp versions! Now I feel confident that I can put together an ornament for my classes and show my stampers how to do it, too! Thanks so much for the great videos!
That’s so nice to say- thanks!
Again, I want to say thank you these are wonderful. I have even made a couple of purple ones as requested by my daughter. I used the old Concord Crush DP and they turned out beautiful if I must say so myself.
I’ll bet those are gorgeous in purple, Cheryl! I’m imagining purples and silvers….pretty!
Great tip about the silicone mat. Thank you so much for taking the time to put together a video and sharing it with us. You are truly appreciated. I know it’s a lot of work. You did a wonderful job!
Thank you so much, you are a great teacher. I am very inspired. I have a few more things to purchase before I can complete one.
Great job. Thanks
Thanks a million Linda for both fabulous videos. You covered every possible details & as a fellow Demo (in Aus), I’m especially thankful for your tips to make the process quicker & with groups.
You’re amazing! Warm wishes, Di
Great video makes it look so simple to do. I’m planning a class as well love the option of the DSP
Thanks so much! Hope it goes great for you!
You’re a god send! I sure appreciate all your work and your willingness to share!
Thanks for the great video!! It was so much easier to put together with your instructions.