- Sin City Stamp Plate (link above)
- Stewart Superior India Ink Black
- Text Paper
- String of Pearls
- Glue dot runner
- Hot Glue Gun
- Prima Flowers
- Mis. Ribbon
Monday, December 23, 2013
SIN CITY STAMPS "CLOCKWORKS: ORNAMENT
Today I am sharing an ornament I made using the Clockworks Inspired By Terri Sproul plate from SinCity Stamps.
Isn't this so cute!! Super easy to make too!
Gather your supplies:
Cut out circles, about 5" in diameter. My circles were made using my Cricut and the free 3D Ornaments cartridge. You can use a punch or a stencil to make yours. Then, fold them in half, down the middle.
Use your Clockworks set of Stamps and stamp random numbers on the right and left of the middle crease on each circle.
Fold your circle with the white side showing. Using your glue dot runner, apply adhesive to it. Stick the next circle to this one and apply glue to it, just like you did before. Do this to all the circles except the last one.
Before you add the final circle, put a bead of hot glue down the center of he ornament. Lay your string of pearls in it, leaving a few inches coming out of the bottom and make a loop for the top, so you can hang it on the tree!
Here is a picture showing the ornament from the top.
This is the finished ornament! See the pearl loop on top? and the leaves and flowers at the bottom, glued to the pearls? AWESOME!
Here is another view. This ornament should have 7 half circles. I love the vintage feel you get with the numerals! And a Victorian feel with the pearls and flowers. These look so pretty on the tree!
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