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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Believe Ornament

Alisa Bangerter

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Patterned paper: (Cornucopia from Cosette collection) GCD Studios Dye ink: (black) Stewart Superior Corp. Accents: (black safety pin) Making Memories Rub-on: (sentiment) BasicGrey Fibers: (red satin ribbon) Offray Adhesive: (decoupage) Plaid Tool: (circle punch) Fiskars Other: (ornament) Finished size: 3" diameter

1 Remove metal hanger and tear small pieces of patterned paper.

2 Adhere torn pieces with decoupage; smooth and overlap as you go.

3 Replace metal hanger once ornament dries and tie ribbon on through hook.

4 Apply rub-on to cardstock; trim, ink edges, and punch hole.

5 Attach tag to ribbon with safety pin.

Designer Tip

For a cool look, choose double-sided patterned paper so when torn, the edges are slightly colored.



1 comment:

jmniffer said...

This technique is new to me. Cool result. Thanks for sharing.