I used the Festive Flurry Framelit dies to make these fun ornaments! First I cut out Coastal Cabana, Real Red, and Tempting Turquoise snowflakes. Then I cut out 6 Whisper White snowflakes (2 for each ornament), scored them, and snipped one side of each of them (to the center). Then I folded each of them like an accordion. See the photo below.
Next, I attached two snowflakes together at their sides, overlapping two panels (per side), and aligning them, as shown. I used Liquid Tombo Adhesive for this.
I used my Happy Hour stamp set for the snowflakes. I stamped the same color ink (as card stock) onto Whisper White card stock, and then cut them out by hand. Each ornament needs 6 candy canes (fun times!). I used my hot glue gun and Silicone Craft Sheet to glue the candy canes together. First I set them up on the silicone sheet, and then dropped a small amount of hot glue in the center. I waited about 30 seconds (my glue it HOT!) and then wet my finger and tapped down on the glue to flatten it. I waited about another 30 seconds and then flipped it over and repeated the process, to secure the candy canes.
I used my hot glue gun to assemble all the layers. I used my stylus to press the candy cane layer down into the hot glue. I finished them off with rhinestones!
I mounted the Festive Flurry snowflakes onto Natural Composition Specialty paper. Each banner piece is a 3" x 6", and I snipped about 3/4" up from the center. I love that my snowflakes are mounted on music note paper! I strung them together with Linen Thread and hung them on my holiday chalkboard, and added a fun little tune!
- Stamps: Happy Hour
- Whisper White, Coastal Cabana, Real Red, and Tempting Turquoise card stock
- Natural Composition Specialty Designer Series paper - 3" x 6" pieces
- Tools and Accessories:
- Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
- Festive Flurry Framelits dies
- Simply Scored Scoring Tool
- Rhinestone Basic Jewels
- Large Rhinestone Basic Jewels
- Linen Thread
- Liquid Tombo Adhesive
- Hot glue gun (non-SU)
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