Our homemade Christmas ornaments always reflect our lives. Of course, if you’re making an ornament or card for someone, you may change it up a bit for their personality or yours.
Our western life and faith give a taste of who we are and what we love to share.
We hope the ideas below spark some ideas.
The ornament is made with a clear bulb and rubs on letters. Easy peasy…I love attaching the ornaments onto a gift. Just brings a little sparkle.
The Stamping’ Up products I get from a friend of mine. Here is her linkif you don’t have a demonstrator.
The card is using:
Real Red Card stock
Basic Black Card stock
Shimmery White Card stock
Glimmery Paper with Background
2″ circle punch
Basic Black Ink Pad
White Craft Ink Pad
cardboard letters I cut out using my Big Shot and small die cut
Set of Wild Horses
Simply stamp your image onto your glittery white card stock. Mine had an image on it but you sure can use an embossing folder to create your own.
Punch out image
Chalk as you like
Layered using dots or pop-ups
Painted my letters with White craft ink
While still wet you can add some dazzling diamond glitter.
I placed letters to look like NOEL and used pop-ups for them too.
Layer your card and you’re done!
This one is easy peasy!
You will need:
Real Red Card Stock
Shimmery White Card Stock
Sweater embossing Folder
Pine Cone framelits
Do all your Big Shot things first
Pine Cones, a banner of choice, and your sweater
Mount and layer your card stock and create with your cut outs. Such a simple card, and so COZY too!
My sister got into this homemade card making and she loves it! Especially Christmas! I just got this in the mail today and it made my day!
Ornaments are pretty easy nowadays with clear bulbs. I especially like the flat ones as you can fill them easily and put the rub on letters on easier too.
Rub on are pretty popular…here is some ideas.
Making something special is always rewarding and a great expression of LOVE!
Love deeper, talk sweeter,