Saturday, December 22, 2012

Scor-Pal and Fancy Pants Designs Ornament Tutorial

Are you ready for Christmas? Time is running out, so the Scor-Pal team has some last minute ideas to share with you this week using our faithful Scor-Pals and gorgeous papers from Fancy Pants Designs.  I had it easy! The papers I recieved were from the Home for Christmas collection.  Some of my team members had to be creative to turn their papers into something fun for the season. I created a Christmas ornament, but it would also be lovely used on a package.

Spellbinders: 2010 Heirloom Ornament; Grate Works D-Lite, Circles
May Arts Ribbon - Metallic Velvet 377-38-14
Clearsnap ColorBox Pigment Ink - Chianti
Stickles - Burgandy
Begin by cutting 20 Heirloom Ornaments (Middle size) from the patterned paper.  Score 15 of these down the middle.

Attach one side of an ornament to another (wrong sides together), using Scor-tape. Add a 3rd ornament the same way.

Add the fourth (and unscored ornament) accross the back of the dimensional ornament. Make 5 of these total.

Cut 5 pieces of paper 3" x 3".  Cut a decorative die cut and glue to the center.  Fold the two sides together to form a cone and glue with Scor-tape.

Repeat until you have 5 of each shape.

Cut a circular base from cardstock, and arrange the ornament shapes evenly around the paper.  Adhere with Scor-Tape.

Nestle the cones between the ornaments and hold with Scor-Tape.

Cut 2 strips of paper 1" x 12" and form a rosette.  Place a decorative brad in the center of the rosette and glue to the center of the large ornament.  Add a ribbon loop to the back to hang the ornament from your tree or package. Add stickles and ink the edges to finish.

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