Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Circle Punch Ornaments

While working on another project, I discovered that certain circle punches scored at the perfect mark could create these circle ornaments. I made one and then I made MORE!! They are a little addictive. Find out how to make them with my above video tutorial. AND stay tuned tomorrow when I'll show you how to make another cool ornament.

All the supplies you'll need for these ornaments are available for purchase HERE! Earn a FREE tutorial from me when you place a $15 order in my Stampin' Up Store (see the choices HERE).

This year I have a new Christmas tree, having left my old one behind in Tennessee. I'm anxious for a new look, so this year I plan to cover my tree with ornaments that I have made. I'm having a lot of fun!!

Not all circle punches have the sweet spot that can be scored to create a triangle and subsequently made into an ornament. For the 2" circle punch use the 1-1/2" score line (largest ornament is 4"). For the 1-1/2" circle punch use the 1-1/8" score line (largest ornament is 3"). See my video for further instructions.

Each size of ornament needs a different number of circles ranging from 4 circles to 20 circles. Watch my video for details on how to put them together. I had fun making these ornaments in non-traditional Christmas colors. My favorite one was the large one I made using 20 different colors of Stampin' Up card stock. It's a great way to use up your smaller scraps.

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