Clear Ornaments…

Dec 13, 2007

I got to go and spend some time with Car­o­line and Noah yes­ter­day and man was Car­o­line full of inspi­ra­tion. I saw lots of new CHA‑W releas­es and all I can say is WOW, WOW, WOW or as Noah would say, “WOOOOWWWW“you all are going to be so want­i­ng lots of Maya Road prod­ucts! I feel like the luck­i­est per­son in the world get­ting to work with Car­o­line and Deb. While there sort­ing DT prod­uct Car­o­line was show­ing me all the cute projects she has been cre­at­ing. That girl has been churn­ing out some projects! Well her clear orna­ments were the cutest and I had to come right home and make some for myself. The hard­est part about this project is decid­ing which pho­to to use. They are so easy, so fun and would be adorable hand­ed out at an orna­ment exchange, as a lit­tle house­warm­ing gift or attached to a present for fam­i­ly and friends. BUT be care­ful… these are very frag­ile! I know first hand because I already broke one… dang it!

Ansley and Santa a.k.a. Paw Paw

Ansley my little Santa Baby

Ansley and Zeus

Sup­plies Need­ed:
Clear Orna­ments
Trans­paren­cy
Maya Road Rubons
Rib­bon
Faux Snow

Tools Need­ed:
Coluz­zle (cir­cle)

Instruc­tions:

  1. Print wal­let sized pho­tos in greyscale onto trans­paren­cy
  2. Cut out pho­to using your Coluz­zle or oth­er form of cir­cle cut­ter to appro­pri­ate size for your orna­ment
  3. Roll up trans­paren­cy and place inside of orna­ment (you might need to flat­ten it out just a bit, I used the eras­er on top of a pen­cil)
  4. Add Faux Snow to inside of orna­ment
  5. Using Rubons place a word or date along the front of the orna­ment
  6. Tie a bow to the hang­er

Enjoy. You have an adorable per­son­al­ized hol­i­day orna­ment.

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