Wednesday, November 28, 2012

3-D Paper Ornament

Today I'm the featured designer for Jinger Adams, and I'm sharing a fun 3-D paper ornament that I made with Jinger's beautiful Bella Vita papers.

I started by using my Silhouette Cameo to cut twelve 2 1/2" circles from the music paper.  This paper is great for everyday occasions or for Christmas!  It's double sided, and I turned 6 with the white side up and six with the gold side up, scored them down then middle, and then arranged them in a stack with two white, then two gold, two white, etc.

Next I stapled twice in the crease, once at the top and once at the bottom.

The last step is glue dots.  I placed one about a third of the up from the bottom, and pressed the two sides together.  On the next section I put the glue dot a third of the way down from the top, pressing the two sides together.  I continued around the circle in this manner, alternating the glue dot positions.  Finally, I added a little trim from Jinger's Gypsy Queen collection.

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snappy scrappy said...

Love this! Lee-Ann :)

CathyinMN said...

Very nice ornament -- really like the paper.

liz at liz's paper loft said...

katie, your ornament is really cool the way it switches being attached! I hadn't thought of that before! love new techniques!!!!

Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

Hi Katie!

You ornament is so fun! I love how you alternated the glue dots.


quilt4fun2 said...

Very pretty and different. Your instructions are clear and it seems so easy to make. Thanks for sharing this idea.
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Jennifer said...

Oh, Katie!

That's beautiful!!! :)

Thank you for taking the time to share (I love your detailed instructions)! This would be a fun project to do with the kids.

Crafty hugs,

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Kim H said...

Katie ~ OMGOSH!!! This is so CUTE and CLEVER!!! I LOVE this idea!!! I can see making these for on top of presents ~ sort of like a bonus gift! I am so IMPRESSED of how you took this picture too!! So hard to take pictures with Christmas lights!! Totally going to give this a try!

Cindy Beland said...

GREAT ornament project and thanks for sharing my friend!!!!:)