Brightly Gleaming Bundle
It seems that whenever Stampin’ Up offers up an ornament bundle with coordinating dies or punches, demonstrators just have to make a 3D Ornament Project. Today I am sharing my take on the project with you. I have a video tutorial for you to follow along with to see how I put it all together. The stamping part is fairly simply, just repetitive. I was glad to have the coordinating paper punch for the ornaments. Getting them all prepared didn’t take very long at all.
So, if you need a gift idea for a teacher or someone special in your life, you might consider making a 3D Ornament for them for this holiday season. Remember, you could make the project in any color that you fancy, or that might be the favorite color of the one you intend it for. You could also make it out of designer series paper. So the options are really endless.
3D Ornament Stampin’ Show & Tell Video Tutorial
Usually, I direct you to my PDF tutorial library for the written instructions for the projects. But today, I am including them here on the blog article directly. I hope you all try the project and enjoy some holiday stamping!
3D Ornament Step By Step Instructions:
- Stamp all the ornaments you will need and then punch out the ornaments with the coordinating paper punch.
- Now crease each stamped ornament in the center, along the symmetry line. Then adhere 3 stamped ornaments together on the base of a Shaded Spruce ornament.
- Repeat to create 5 total ornaments.
- Now punch out two Starburst circles from the Shaded Spruce cardstock. These will be your back and front bases to hold your ornament together.
- Now stamp and die cut or cut out the embellishment and sentiment for the front of your ornament. Add to project with dimensionals, once you have connected all the parts.
- Pierce the back Starburst in the center.
- Pierce the front Starburst twice.
- Adhere the 5 ornaments in a star pattern around the center pierced hole on the back Shaded Spruce starburst punch.
- Now thread, twine through the front Starburst, from front to back in both holes.
- Then send both ends of the twine through the single central hole of the back Starburst. Tie a double knot to secure the parts of the ornament.
Quick List of Project Supplies:
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