Thursday, November 7, 2013


For the next Mothers Class, we'll be making these Christmas ornament cards--soooo easy!

After punching out a circle of dsp,  add a gem in the center and set aside.  Next, take a piece of white cardstock cut to
3 3/4"x5" and stamp the greeting on the bottom in an ink to match the cardstock base (SU Choc. Chip in this case.)  Then attach a piece of red metallic cord on the top of the card, taping it securely on the back.  Use a dimensional to attach it on the front underneath where the ornament will go.  Then add the  ornament on top of the dimensional.

The "pine branches" are done with a Martha Stewart fern punch and glued into place with TomBow mono glue.  A bow is added for the finishing touch with a glue dot.

Although you could use red or green cs for the base, I thought this dark brown made it a little richer looking and a bit more unusual--who would have thought!


Bonnie said...

This paper makes a really pretty ornament! Love the greenery and bow!

Kim S said...

PERFECT choice on the paper - such a dimensional look. And you are absolutely right on the brown - very rich!

Mrs. Nancy G said...

I really like this one. The dimension of the branches is neat. Especially topped with the bow.

Love it!