12 Days Of Embellished Ornaments: #2

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The evolution of a pretty card is often a collaboration.

There is SO much inspiration on Pinterest!  I see one idea and it sparks another and another! I call it Pin-spired.  The trick is to actually get into the craft room to make something and not just pin them onto a board!

I saw these 2 cards on Pinterest….thank you to Rachel Woollard and Mary Fish:)

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Then this card by Lucy Abrams is not using Stampin’ Up stamps and I liked the little starbursts she used:


It reminded me of our stamp set called Kinda Eclectic, that has a starbursty stamp in it.  So I stamped it in VersaMark (clear embossing ink), added silver embossing powder and heat embossed it.  White card stock is 4″ x 5-1/4″.


Next I used our Sleigh Ride Edgelit dies over white and silver foil card stock.  Each piece of card stock should be 2″ x 3″ before cutting.


After cutting with my Big Shot, I framed up the ornament die and ran it thru to cut the shape the way I wanted it.


Then just glue those on your ornament and embellish with silver cording and a few rhinestones for sparkle!  I used a standard A2 Night of Navy card base, 4-1/4 x 11″, scored in landscape position at 5-1/2″.

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The bigger supply items are listed below if you decide you want to order and have some for your own collection:

Thanks for stopping by!

Go Stamp Something!  (and not just pin the day away)


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6 Responses to 12 Days Of Embellished Ornaments: #2

  1. Linda Fisher says:

    Awesome, thanks for sharing.

  2. cottage5038 says:

    I like those little starbursts Lucy used too!


  3. Brenda Tapp says:

    GREAT JOB!!! tfs

  4. Diana Jackins says:

    Absolutely Beautiful and very clever. Beautiful!!

  5. This was one of my faves of the day!

  6. Linda Heller says:

    Thanks Linda! Fun seeing you 🙂

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