Last Sunday I showed you some 3D Christmas ornaments I’d made and that kinda kick-started my brain to come up with some more.
I really enjoy making ornaments because I get to play with all my Christmas papers, get glitter all over the place and get to watch the beautiful ornament that I made on our Christmas Tree.
This Spring, SVG Attic released a kit called Liberty Lane and in this kit, you will find a 3D Liberty Bell Box that is perfect for 4th. of July but also for Christmas.
To make it into a Christmas Bell, I omitted the Yoke and used the panels without the crack.
I made two bells and they are downsized by 50%. I used the Bow 3D for Large Package that I also downsized by 50 % and the Sprigs from the Pine Sprigs Window A7 Card (also downsized but only slightly)
The Bells are hot glued together at an angle. I tied some gold twine onto the middle of the Bow and then added the Bow and Sprigs also with hot glue.
The Bells are made from AC Cardstock in Vanilla and Gold Glitter paper from Artemio. The Bow is made from patterned paper from Graphic 45’s “St. Nicholas” and the Sprigs are made from green pearl paper.
Finally I also added two small gold Jingle bells at the bottom of the bells.
A very cute addition to my ornaments if I may say so myself 😉
Thanks for joining me on this 2nd. Sunday of Advent. I hope the rest of your day is filled with Christmas “hygge” ❤
Happy Birthday Jodi
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Winter is coming…or already here. This means it’s dark in the morning and dark early in the afternoon – at least here in Scandinavia.
It’s also Christmas time and the old pagan Winter Solstice feast, that celebrates the Midwinter and the returning of the light.
No matter what you believe in, it’s time to break out the candles and get cozy with their beautiful light. In my house, we don’t use candles of stearin as much anymore. We use a lot of LED candles instead that are better for your health and don’t pose a fire hazard. They are also great to use in homemade lanterns of paper and it just so happens I made such a one to show you today 😉
My choice fell on the 3D Star Lantern from Simply Crafty SVGs:
This was originally made for the 4th. of July but it can just as well be used for Christmas.
I downsized it by 50% and changed the small firework burst on the sides with a snow flake.
It’s made from AC Cardstock in Vanilla and decorated with patterned paper from DCWV’s “Christmas Plaid” and gold glitter paper from Artemio. I used vellum behind the star cut outs and tied a length of Boxwood Twine from Tim Holtz Ideaology.
It’s perfect for a normal sized LED tealight and it would look awesome if you made several of them and decorated your Christmas table with them – maybe one for each guest kinda like a place card. 🙂
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Hello – so glad you are joining me today 🙂
I have something really pretty to show you. I know I said that I would do Christmas from now on BUT…..Simply Crafty SVGs just released this gorgeous, beautiful Fall Pumpkin Luminary and I just had to make it and this just in time for Thanksgiving (for all my US friends and family).
Of course I couldn’t just make one – I made three 😀 Then I got to play a little more with some of my fantastic fall papers 😉
First is the one in the Original size:
I made this from AC Cardstock in Vanilla, Chestnut and Coffee along with Mercury Glass Paper from DCWV. The stem is embossed with a script patterned embossing folder from Cuttlebug.
Then I made one downscaled to 75%:
This is made also from AC Cardstock in Vanilla, Coffee and Leaf and with patterned paper from DCWV’s stack “Copper Luxe”. I embossed the stem with a crack-patterned embossing folder from Darice.
The third one is downscaled by 50%:
This is again made with AC Cardstock in Vanilla, Coffee and Cranberry and decorated with Copper Glitter Paper from Artemio. The stem is embossed with an embossing folder from Cuttlebug with a Swiss dot pattern.
Wow – so easy to assemble … you can make lots of these in no time! They will look so awesome as table centerpiece or, as I intend to, use them as pretty fall decorations.
They look so beautiful at night too:
Thanks for joining me today and to all of you that celebrate:
Happy Thanksgiving ❤