Hello there my dears! Are you busy baking, shopping, and decking the halls? This week over at the Epiphany Crafts blog we are sharing last minute gift ideas. I decided to create some shabby ornaments. Something that the recipient can bring out year after year. I know I love to unwrap each ornament and think about the memories associated with it. I started with some sizzix snowflake die cuts that I cut out of chipboard and layered them twice. I than covered them with papers. I added a felt snowflake on top of that. From there I added ribbons, bells, and added some gorgeous bling to the bottom to jingle jangle! The main images were cut with the Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Shape Studio Tool and covered with the Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Bubble Caps which I inserted into some antique bottle caps for a fun vintage look. I love the shabby vintage look these have…hope you do too!Merry Christmas to you all, Cherry
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Shape Studio Tool
Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Bubble Caps
Sizzix snowflake die
assorted scrap papers
jingle bells- michaels
Pendants- maya road, bottlecaps- vintage, ribbons- vintage
Oh wow, Cherry! These are magnificient! I love them! Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Absolutely stunning, Cherry! Love all the layers and sweet vintage feel to these, and absolutely adore the bubble caps nestled inside the bottle caps!
Absolutely love these ornaments. Really beautiful and creative.
The ornaments are beautiful. I always look forward to seeing what you come up with. Happy crafting and blessings for a very Merry Christmas.
Who wouldn't want to receive one of these ... They are divine!
oh these are stunning Cherry, loving the glittered jingle bells :) Merry Christmas Cherry :) xxx
Merry Christmas Cherry!! Gorgeous creation!!
Stunning and stunning colors too!
Love these Cherry. The glittered bells are awesome. Did you glitter them?
Stunning as usual...I love love love your style so much...shame xmas is almost over have enjoyed looking at your vintagey creations....You could answer a question for me if you don't mind. What ranges of card and papers do you use as I want to get some of those sutle vintage colours that you so so well X Julie
These are beautiful Cherry!!! Merry Christmas to you and your family!
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