Monday, 17 September 2012

Another Ornament Keepsake.

Version 1

Version 2

Here is a simplified version of the Ornament keepsake - it is useful if you don't have the stamp set and only have the dies.
For Version 1 - I cut 18 of these framelit  dies and folded 12 of them in half.  I then stuck 2 folded ones onto each flat one - thus making 6 baubles. I applied dazzling diamonds glitter to each edge of the bauble. Then I stamped a 3/4"strip of whisper white using the Good Cheer Wheel and scored it to make a medallion/lollipop- whichever you prefer to call it. I die-cut the two larger snowflakes, applied diamond dust to these ,then stuck one underneath and one on top of the lollipop.For the centre of the lollipop I cut a blue Boho Blossom flower and stuck a flat backed pearl in the middle.
For Version 2 I simply added some Organdy Ribbon in the spaces in between the baubles.
I think it just finishes it off nicely.

25 comments:

  1. Just as nice as the first one you made! I might try one in patterned paper too.

    C x

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  2. This is beautiful Kate...lovely design.xxx

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  3. Absolutely beautiful keepsake ornaments.

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  4. It looks fantastic and thank you for today i loved it.ps mines nearly finished xx

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  5. Its definitely a Wow from me too!! love Ann x x

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  6. Both are absolutely gorgeous Kate. My favorite is the second one with organdy ribbon. xx

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  7. Both are amazing pieces of creative art, you are a very talented lady Kate.
    Janet

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  8. oh my goodness I'm coming to yours for xmas. Your home will look amazing, Its fabulous xxxx

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  9. wow these are brilliant like lise sai your are going to have one amazingly decorated house this xmas emma xx

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  10. WOW stunning, fantastic decorations. x

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  11. Love the colour choice, it looks really effective.

    Sharon x

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