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Spellbinders Snowflake Ornament

I had the perfect idea for decorating my house for Christmas this year! I fell completely in love with Spellbinders’ 2012 Snowflake Pendant and the Create A Flake Four, so I made a Snowflake Ornament with them! It was super relaxing and I enjoyed every second of it. I cut out the snowflakes using my cuttlebug, and did it all while watching a movie. Three cheers for multi-tasking! Making this ornament is as simple as 1,2,3:

1. Cut out desired pattern (in this case, snowflakes).

2. Hot glue them to your ornament.

3. Tie a ribbon for the hanger.

Walah! It’s ready to be hung on your tree, or given to a neighbor as a gift. So fun! I used red paper and red ornaments; however, I’m going to try and frost my next ornament to give it a snowy feel. I recommend matching your paper to your ornament. I tried to do it a little mismatched just to see….and it looked a little….off. However, If you have a really colorful tree, getting the same hue, but different colors would be adorable with a capitol A!

1. Snowflake Pendant

2. Create a Flake Four

Products used:

S5-117- Spellbinders Snowflake Pendant

S4-365 – Spellbinders Create a Flake Four

4039 – Want2Scrap Beautiful Bling Strips Sleek Strips Pearls White

Ornamet

Ribbon

Hot Glue

I love how three dimensional these are! They are really so perfect! I was going to give these ornaments to the local thrift store since I don’t need them anymore, but I’m so glad I held onto them a little longer. I love making Christmas decorations. :)

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Stacy

About

I just came on the team as a designer in May 2012, so I get the fun part of working! Having my sweet and wonderful mother as the other designer is too much fun and we love bouncing ideas off of each other for card making and scrapbooking. I am also the other blogger showing you the fun new products! I love the customer's input on the blog and love to hear what is being made by all the readers.

5 Responses to “Spellbinders Snowflake Ornament”

  1. Cut@Home Says:

    Ooooo… So pretty! I love how these turned out!

  2. BARB Says:

    GREAT IDEA TO DRESS UP PLAIN ORNAMENTS. CAN’T WAIT TO TRY.

  3. debbie barbaccia Says:

    Hi Stacy,

    This ornament turned out really cute. How did you go about becoming a designer for Spellbinders? I’m interested in doing the same.

    Thanks,
    Debbie

  4. Cut@Home Says:

    No kidding! I want to try some myself!

  5. Cut@Home Says:

    Hi Debbie, Thank you for your comments! Stacy is not actually a designer for Spellbinders, but for Cut@Home. We have our designers create projects with the various products we carry and Spellbinders is one of these. If you are interested in becoming a designer for Spellbinders, you may contact them directly for instruction. It would be great to see you on their design team!

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