After stamping 20 of each of the two ornament shapes, I used my Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies to cut them out. These Framelits are wonderful! Then I scored 15 of each design down the center. Four of the ornaments get glued together (3 folded and one flat). I hot glued the five green ornaments onto a circle of card stock, then added short strips of gathered Scalloped Tulle Ribbon (which is really soft and nice to work with) with hot glue between each ornament, next I added 12" pieces of Linen Thread (folded into loops) on top of the green ornament, the small ornaments went on next (they are placed between/on top of the larger ones , after that I added the rosette (again with hot glue) and finally the button.
Here's a photo of the back. You could stamp something onto the circle as well, I didn't think of it until after it was glued together!Supplies
Stamp Set: Ornament Keepsakes
Ink: Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Very Vanilla, Gumball Green
Punch: 1 3/8" Circle
Extras: Big Shot, Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Vintage Faceted
Designer Buttons, Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Cherry Cobbler Scalloped Tulle Ribbon, Linen
Thread, Silicone Craft Sheet, Hot Glue Gun
I hope this inspires you to make your own ornament! It goes pretty fast and is a lot of fun, plus you end up with a beautiful ornament. They'd make nice Christmas gifts too! Thanks for stopping by!