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Hello everyone! Today I’d like to share a Christmas Tree ornament with a little photo inside which I made using products from Spellbinders and Mod Podge.
My Christmas tree is not up yet, so I don’t have an “action” shot at this time, I’m planning on taking one later and posting here. A few close ups:
If you would like to know how I made the ornament please follow my tutorial below.
For the project I used Spellbinders bezels MB1-007 and matching dies; Artizan X-plorer machine; a photo; Mod Podge Dimensional Magic; some pattern paper; a small bottle and glitter; holiday stamp and ink; vellum; wooden snowflake and satin ribbon
At first I only wanted to use the largest bezel from the set, but as I was working on my project I decided to incorporate all of them into my ornament. I printed my photo and cut it out using a circle die, I also cut a slightly larger circle out of kraft cardstock to back the photo up.
I than adhered my photo inside the bezel and covered it with Dimensional Magic from Mod Podge. I decorated the smaller bezels the same way, but instead of a photo I used pattern paper. Please note, Dimensional Magic takes about 24 hours to dry.
I than started working on my embellishments. I used a die from the Charmed I’m Sure Set and cut a little banner. I did a trick with partial die cutting and ended up with a piece below:
I stamped a sentiment and backed it with another banner cut out of vellum.
I than covered wooden snowflake with white glitter and adhered it to the middle-size bezel along with the banner.
I poured some glitter into a little bottle and glued the lid so it wont come open unexpectedly.
Finally I attached all the pieced together and added a festive bow. My ornament is done!
I hope you like it! Thank you for stopping by!
Tags: Spellbinders Paper Arts
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