Showing posts with label ornament. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ornament. Show all posts

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Christmas Lantern Ornament - 3D Thursday & FREE Project Sheet

Hello and welcome to my blog; today is my day for this weeks 3D Thursday project.  This time around I have created a festive Christmas Lantern Ornament that will hold a battery operated Tea Light.  As will all 3D Thursday posts we have a free pdf for you to download as well.  

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Saturday Simple Stamping: #35 Christmas Gleaming

Hello and welcome to this weeks Saturday Simple Stamping Episode.  This week we are making a card using the Christmas Gleaming Stamp Set from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.  I decided to make a simple Christmas Card for you today using just stamps, ink, paper and the matching Gleaming Ornament Punches from this suite.  You will find this suite on pages 30 through 32.  You can get both the Christmas Gleaming Stamp Set and matching Gleaming Ornament Punches in a cost saving bundle when you order them using this item #153006.  Here's a look at today's project.

Tips & Tricks: 

For my card today I used a piece of Real Red Cardstock cut at 4 1/4 x 11 scored at 5 1/2 as my card base.  I stamped the large ornament from the stamp set in Real Red ink all around the card base.  I then took a piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock and stamped the two large ornaments and the small in Crushed Curry, Garden Green, and Real Red ink around this piece to create the card front.  I added in the little dot textured stamp from the stamp set in the open spaces around the card.  I made sure that the ornaments where all staggered around the very vanilla card front.  That way it gives you visual interest on the card.   

Once I had that stamping done I added the very vanilla to the card front using Snail Adhesive.  I then added a strip of Real Red Cardstock that I made into a fish tail banner .  I stamped one of the large ornaments and one of the small and punched them out using the matching Gleaming ornament punches and popped them on my card with a couple dimensionals.  I then stamped the sentiment in Tuxedo black ink on a scrap of Real Red cardstock and trimmed it out using my snips.  Since this image has a bold outline and open lettering it allows the colors of the letters to be real red with the outline being black.

Video Tutorial: 

If you are viewing this post via email you may have to click here or on the image below to see the video.  Some email servers will not sure the embedded video.  
Thanks for dropping by today, for this weeks episode of Rick's Saturday Simple Stamping.  I will see you again tomorrow with another post for my bi-weekly color inspiration series.  See you soon. 
Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

If you live in the US.  I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator.  If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now Button or by clicking on any of the images below.  Alternatively, you can also contact me by email to place your order.  Please be sure to use the monthly host code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You!  

1.     Spend any amount with me this month and receive the Creative Stampers Tutorial Bundle featuring Fall & Halloween Projects.  Plus get a gift from me in November.
Please remember that if you use the host code you cannot use that order towards my KCRP’s (Kinmon Crafty Reward Points) that would be double dipping and is not allowed.  For more information on KCRP’s click here.  

Three main reasons to Join!  
1.     You Get at least a 20% discount on all your orders while you are a demo.   
2.     You get to join my fun Kinsmon Crafters Team and Private Facebook Group.
3.     Access to directions to all my online classes 

Stampin' Up! Shopping List: 

Price: $10.00

Template Designed by creativeworkerbee