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Stampin' Dreams...... now for Something Different - Christmas Tree Ornaments!

Welcome to the monthly Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop. This month's theme is "something Different". You are currently visiting Sue Vine from Adelaide, Australia. I stepped outside the square of card making today and created some fun Tree Ornaments.

These were super fun to make - the Season Chums images were the perfect size for the small baubles I found in my local Spotlight store. Once stamped I used the die cuts, then trimmed off the little tag section, then it was fun time - colouring! I used Fast Fuse to hold the tag together, then onto the next step!

The real fun started, mixing Embossing Paste with Dazzling Diamonds to create the snow, then carefully putting a layer into the bottom of the bauble, taking care to keep the application the same on each side, then some extra glitter into one side of the bauble to shake around after it is joined - you can't have to much glitter can you, lol!

I carefully laid the bottom of the die cut into the embossing paste, then closed the bauble - the embossing paste connected beautifully - woot!  Lastly I added a bow for decoration and metallic thread to hang onto the tree.

My photo's don't do these justice, I didn't count on any reflection showing up in the bauble. They look so stinkin' cute in the glittery snow in real life!

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  1. Such a cute idea Sue.....I have some of these baubles somewhere.....I'm off to search the spare room....Thanks for the inspiration

  2. I see now why you said you had trouble photographing these, but they are absolutely adorable!! Love them!! Thank you for joining in the September Stampin’ Dreams Blog Hop! xx

    1. Thanks for hosting Jessie, such a great theme - it's always good to look outside the square. I think I may have spent more time with the photo's than making these! lol

  3. Oh so cute!!! I'm really impressed by your creativity and the baubles but I'm even more impressed (and intrigued) that you had a Christmas tree handy for photography!

    1. LOL! You don't want to know, short version...... enter the spare room with extreme care hahahaha!

  4. This stamp set was so perfect to use for these cute ornaments!

    1. It was like it was meant to be, they just fitted perfectly!

  5. Sue, these baubles are adorable. Thanks so much for sharing. xx

  6. This is a cool idea. A good way to use ribbon as well. I have to show my daughter. She will love to do this.

  7. AWWW now that is very cute <3 Didn't give baubles a thought, clever chickie <3
    Cheers Shaz

  8. What a brilliant idea Sue. Love them! I was thinking along the same lines as Stephanie with the Christmas Tree too. TFS

  9. Ooooh - so cute! Love how you used the embossing paste. So effective.


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