Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Trimming the Tree...

Good morning! Welcome to another blog hop for Papertrey Ink! We have some ornament inspiration for you today. First up are the new What the Doodle: Ornament stamps and dies! I used the two-layer dies to create the ornament and also used the greenery from this set as well. I stamped it and colored it in with a green Copic marker.
The sentiment is from this set also, it's stamped on a Tremendous Tags die, then trimmed down a bit skinnier to fit. The berries are from the new Holiday Greens stamps and dies. I created this as an ornament to hang on a tree, but I think these would be gorgeous on the cover of a mini book, or as home decor as well!


Merry and Bright Ornament:
STAMPS: Holiday Greens, What the Doodle: Ornament
INK: Pure Poppy, Lovely Lady, New Leaf
PAPER: Holiday Plaid, white
DIES: Holiday Greens, What the Doodle: Ornament, Tremendous Tags
OTHER: twine, seam binding, resin frame - Melissa Frances.
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The second ornament is made with Vintage Ornaments II and What the Doodle: Ornament.
These Vintage Ornaments are multi-step, so you can add more than one color to them! So pretty! I started with the dark outline and then filled in the pieces with the other stamps.

Love and Laughter Ornament:
STAMPS: Vintage Ornaments II, What the Doodle: Ornament
INK: New Leaf, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Pure Poppy
PAPER: Holiday Plaid, white
DIES: Vintage Ornaments II, What the Doodle: Ornament, Tremendous Tags
OTHER: twine, seam binding, resin frame - Melissa Frances, Copic markers, sequins.
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Next up are the new Stitched Ornaments: Classics dies (middle snowflake) and Stitched Ornaments: Sequins dies (pink background). These dies will cut the holes and the shape of the ornament. I didn't make a traditional ornament, as you will see on Nichole's blog with Erin's video, but I decided to make flat ones instead utilizing a big snowflake die!
The large felt teal snowflake center is made with the Stitched Ornaments: Embroidered die. I just stitched certain holes to create my own design. Behind the felt centers are Fancy Flakes dies, then I used Rustic Cream Button Twine as hangers at the top.
Here you can see the stitching up close. A bunch of these would make a cute set, don't you think? Or hang a tiny tag on them with a sentiment and use them as gift tags!

Felt Snowflake Ornaments:
PAPER: white
DIES: Fancy Flakes, Stitched Ornament: Classics, Stitched Ornaments: Sequins, Stitched Ornaments: Embroidered
OTHER: Rustic Cream button twine, white floss, Tropical Teal and Sweet Blush felt, sequins.
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9 comments:

jan metcalf said...

Love your framed ornaments, so classy! Wonderful idea!

Cindy Beach said...

Your framed ornaments are gorgeous, Danielle! I've been such a fan of your lovely style. Every design is amazing!

Ann said...

Adorable creations and love the frames. Pure inspiration.

Diana K said...

Truly gorgeous, Danielle, and of course I swooned. Lucky me, I just may have one or two dozens of those resin frames in my stash. :)

artful-notions said...

Love how you picture framed your ornaments, Danielle. So elegant! The white on white is just stunning! Love the skinnier tag too! Darling felt snowflakes too!

dana kirby said...

I love your framed ornaments!! Just perfect! Thanks for all the wonderful projects this month and always!!

María Alba Negrón said...

Hi Danielle,

Gorgeous work!!!

Cariños,
María Alba

Marybeth said...

Oh my goodness! The first two projects are so elegant in white with bits of berry color! Love the stitched project too!

Lisaerica said...

Stunning Danielle! I'm so far behind and trying to catch up on reading posts. These are absolutely gorgeous, I love these projects. I'd love to make these as Christmas gifts, I may just have to try. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.