Hi friends! When I designed the Let it Snow stamp set for Rubber Stamp Tapestry I knew that I wanted to be able to more with it than just snow globes, that’s why I drew ornament hangers along with the other elements in the set. A viewer who purchased the stamp set asked me if I could show her how to make an ornament so today I’ll do just that!
Watch the video to see how easy it is! As always substitute stamps you have if you don’t have what I am using. I also have some fun tips for heat embossing!
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- Let it Snow Stamp Set
- Trinkets and Wishes
- Peg Stamp Sets (you can use berries, boughs and snowflakes from any sets you like but below are the ones I used) Shady Pine (large bough), Christmastime (small bough), Holly Border (Berries), Happy Holidays (stars)
- Versafine Clair ink
- Clear embossing powder
- Gold embossing powder
- Glitter gold embossing tinsel
- Embossing heat tool
- Metallic watercolors
- Viviva watercolors (or liquid ink)
- Embossing folder
- Black cardstock
- Watercolor paper
- Zip dry glue
- Dry Adhesive (ATG)
- Ribbon, scissors, paper trimmer
Another fun idea would be to use the globe as a frame and put a photo behind it for a photo card. I love stamps that do double duty and coming up with ideas to use with my older stuff. I hope you give some of these ideas a try and til next time happy crafting!