Welcome to our last day of handmade ornaments! What a fun and inspiring week it's been. We want to make every single ornament! We're so glad to read in the comments you're trying them yourself. But don't fret! Today, we have another amazing tutorial to make your weekend. G45 Ambassador Jane Tregenza shares a beautiful ornament that truly is the perfect finishing touch to trim your tree. Then, we have a great trio of Time to Flourish Christmas cards from Ginger Ropp. What a great Friday!
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"I was really pleased to be asked to make a Christmas Decoration as part of Graphic 45’s design teams projects for December. I have been racking my brain to come up with something simple that anyone can make. So this is it, it is easier than it looks. It’s all the wonderful Graphic 45 paper that makes it look so amazing.
I have done a 'not so little' tutorial for anyone wanting to have a go. Remember you can adapt it to suit your own style or dies/punches you have. You will really want to use Graphic 45’s 'Twas the night before Christmas papers for this project. You will need to do some fussy cutting and the Father Christmas image on ' is the best Father Christmas, I have seen on any Christmas paper this year! I am also a big fan of the 'Holly', I keep cutting it out for every Christmas project I have made so far.
I used a Graphic 45 Tag from their Staples Tag album for a foundation. This gives my decoration a bit of support and it needs it. With all the layers I have done and the foam tape, it is very 3D. The Tag also allows you to add a photo for personal message on the back. So have a go and make a beautiful Christmas star for your tree and if you can bear to give it away, then a very beautiful decoration for that special someone’s tree."~Jane
Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 8x8 Paper Pad
Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 6x6 Patterns and Solids
Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Banners
Stampin Up Real Red Cotton Ribbon
Stampin Up Very Vanilla Cardstock
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain
Thanks so much for joining us for this week full of handmade ornaments. Join us next week for handmade calendar tutorials! The fun continues on Monday, so join us then.
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