Today marks a new challenge over at Die Cuttin' Divas. The challenge is:
Create any holiday celebration idea...wall hangings, centerpieces, ornaments, layouts, gift boxes/bags, etc. Don't forget to include a die cut.
Challenge will last for two weeks.
I am sharing a tutorial for these adorable rosette ornaments. LOVE them! :)
I started out with two strips of double sided paper. Cut them to 1 1/2" x 12" and score every 1/4" and accordian (or fan) fold the strips.
This is the strip joined together at the two ends. I used score tape to hold it together.
Next I used hot glue to attach these 1" circles (two to each rosette) to sandwich it in place.
Attach a length of ribbon between the two rosettes.
These are Santas from Doodlecharms. He's cut at 1 1/2". I added two black flat back pearls for the eyes, and a red rhinestone for the nose. I couldn't resist adding Stickles to the hat brim and pom-pom.
If you'd like your ornament to double as a gift tag, throw on a little scalloped circle (2") and a circle (1 1/2") to add your "to:" and "from:".
Here is another one I made (using different papers). Don't they look so cute on gifts too?? This gift is for my little nieces and nephews. I put together gingerbread house kits together. I hope they are enjoyed.
Thanks for visiting, please take a look at the challenge over at Die Cuttin' Divas. We'd love to see what you come up with! :)