Here is my finished ornament (slightly different from the catty cover):
here and give her many thanks for being so thorough and concise. Thank you Dani!
Now I will admit that the stamping and cutting of these ornaments is the most time consuming and tedious part. It would work well if you could have your strips cut so that you can run two different ornament framelits through the big shot at the same time. I had suggested this to some of my customers but forgot to do it myself! One of my ladies found it easier to cut the ornaments and then stamp them. Try it either way and do what works best for you. It would also be easier to just cut your favourite DSP with the ornament framelits instead of stamping. I used real red ink for the ornaments and real red card stock for the rosette but will definitely use cherry cobbler if I do this again. I now have the new cherry cobbler ink pad and will be able to get a nice crisp image of my ornament and then I will match the tulle better. Have I ever mentioned how these new ink pads are all that?? They stamp soooo beautifully. The tulle is also so pretty and easy to work with. I would definitely recommend giving this ornament a try. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!
Paper: very vanilla, real red
Ink: old olive, real red
Stamps: Ornament Keepsakes
Accessories: big shot, holiday ornaments framelits, scoreboard, tulle, lucky limeade bakers twine, vintage faceted buttons, large basic pearls, lots and lots of adhesive - tombo multi and hot glue.
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