Hi friends! I have a fun project to share with you today, featuring The Greetery’s Abundant Joy die. I love stretching my craft supplies, and since I have a large selection of dies, I love to use what I can on Christmas crafts.So today, we are making ornaments.
I thought these letters would look fabulous on an ornament. I love the embossed lines, the swirly O, and saw the potential of distressing it with a variety of paints and waxes. So I spent a day and made 4 ornaments. These ornaments did take a little while to do. I spent 6 hours on them, let them dry overnight, and varnished them the next morning.
I used Liquitex to attach the letters to the ornaments. This was a slow process, so be ready to be patient, and to get your fingers dirty. In fact, by the time I was dint with these ornaments, my hands had primer, glue, and wax an my skin and nails. It took awhile to clean them up. But it was well worth it. I absolutely love how the ornaments turned out.
- The Greetery’s Abundant Joy Die
- Flat glass Ornaments
- Foam Brushes
- Pentart Bonding Primer
- Liquitex Matte Medium
- Acrylic Paints
- Debi’s Design Diaries DIY Wax- Dark and Clear
- Stencil Brushes
- Baby wipes
- Paper Towels
- Paint Brush
- Big Top After Show Varnish
You can watch how I made ornaments HERE:
I hope I was able to pass on some inspiration and ideas your way. That’s all that I have for now… See you soon!
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