12/13/10

More Lotion and Antibacterial Holders with 3-D Ornament Tutorial

Well, I finally got the last of my Bath and Body Works Holders done.  I am so tickled!!!  Not everything is Stampin’ Up.  I thought I would use up some of my leftovers from previous years.  I hope you like them. 

Lotion and Antibacterial Holders with Ornament Tutorial

Supplies:

  • To and From Tag  117130
  • Snowflake Punch116628
  • MS Snowflake Punch
  • Cherry Cobbler Textured Cardstock and Seam Binding

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Isn’t he the cutes snowman!!!  I try to use him every year.  This little guy is a Hampton Arts Stamp from years back.

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Supplies:

  • Misc DSP
  • Stripped Red Riding Hood Ribbon (was in Clearance)
  • Sweet Season Stamp Set 116471

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Misc self-adhesive Snowflakes from K and Co, I think.

Lotion and Antibacterial Holders with Ornament Tutorial (4)  Supplies:

  • 3-D Ornament Tutorial  *see below*
  • Elastic Gold Cord
  • Merry Christmas from Teeny Tiny Wishes 115370
  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Hostess Set Occasional Quotes 120142
  • Modern Label Punch 116630
  • Word Window Punch 105090
  • Krylon Gold Leafing Pen

and here’s the 3-D Ornament Tutorial...  if you haven’t made one, they are so fun and you don’t need to paint the tops as I did, they are just as cool without it.

I used retired DSP to create this ornament.  The Punch is #116794.

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I used 12 punched Ornaments in mine...

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Next you will score each ornament in half, with the side  you want showing on the inside.  I scored mine on the right side of the ornament, but that still works.

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Next add adhesive to the bottom one, as shown above and layer them on top of each other.

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Keep going...

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the picture above is the backside.

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and here’s the front.

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If you’d like to add the finishing touch to the 3-D Ornament, I pumped alittle paint from my Krylon Gold Leafing Pen onto a plastic lid/cup and using a paint brush, painted the top of the ornament.  Don’t do as I did, use a small throw away brush!!!

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The Krylon dries really quickly, too.  I then added a touch of Elastic Gold Cording.   Remember they do fold flat if you want to put them on a card to mail.

Please note:

The 3-D Ornament on the right was created by Stamping the Hydrangea from Because I Care Hostess Set 120118 onto Real Red Cardstock using Cherry Cobbler ink and then punching.  I didn’t need 12 punches, because the textured cardstock is thicker.

If you see that some of your punches aren’t lined up quite right and  you can see the backside when you view the front, just snip it off.  I get in such a hurry, I have to take the time to snip off my mistakes.

I hope you enjoyed my Antibacterial and Lotion Holders with the 3-D Ornament Tutorial today.  I have some ideas for a couple upcoming projects, even though none are started.  I can tell you they won’t be Christmas.  I just have to move on to something else.  I am so ready for some fresh spring flowers.  lol 

Thanks for stopping by today.  Hugs,

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5 comments:

Joanna M said...

Oh I am so in love with your ornament! Wow!!! Thank you for your tutorial! I LOVE snowmen and that one is adorable!

Regina Mangum said...

You should go into the personal custom gift-wrapping business, Carla! These are amazing! XOXO

Anonymous said...

Nice site, nice and easy on the eyes and great content too.

Pam~ said...

Gorgeous!!! The packaging is just as good as the contents! I'm so impressed with your work!

Jean said...

Hi Carla. Chanced upon your blog and have been 'lost' here quite some time now. Your work is amazing! Particularly like how beautiful the inside of your cards are. What lovely work you do and what a great blog. Thanks for sharing!

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