Thursday, December 22, 2011

Sister Stamps Holiday Ornaments

Is this the most fun project or what? I wish I would have thought of this much earlier so I can make a whole bunch of them since they turned out sooooooo cute!!!! I used the holiday release of the Sister Stamps #3 which can be purchased from Pineapple Cove's on line store here. The plastic ornaments can be found at Michael's and are about 4" in diameter. There are many "how to" on You Tube to make these type of inserted acetate ornaments..........so check them out to make your own variety of ornaments next year. I stamped the clear acetate with Staz On White using a snowflake stamp them glued the cut Copic colored image to the acetate with a Solid Crinkle paper for the back side. Don't forget to date the back of the ornament because it will be tough to get the acetate back out once it is inside. Ugh.....I couldn't decide: snow....no snow....snow inside????

Here's Yuki: I used some Moonlight Smooch for the stocking top and Gold Smooch as an accent on her dress.



Yuki's backside is red:


This is Shimo-san: Gold Smooch accents on her dress and his "cape", and also on Snowman's scarf.


Backside of Shimo-San is Purple


Last of the series is Setsuna. Hat trim and beard accented with Moonlight Smooch. Gold Smooch is accented on his clothing.


Backside is red color:

Thank you for stopping by today and everyone............HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY!!!!!

7 comments:

Berenice R. said...

Awesome project! Thanks for sharing :)

Jan Castle said...

Cute, cute, cute!!!
Jan

missstamper said...

The ornaments are so cute! I am going to check out Pineapple Cove now! Merry Christmas!

Brenda said...

these are a great idea! i guess i need to start on some for next year! have a merry christmas!

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

WOW, THESE ARE SUPER, SUPER CUTE!!! What a fantastic idea.

Whitney Richardson said...

Patti:

I love these!! Too cute!!
Hope you have a wonderul Christmas and a very prosperous New Year.

Lots of hugs to you!!
Whitney

Leanne said...

omg! these are awesome! this is something that i'd love to do next year. thanks for sharing!
;)