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Old 07-18-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
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Hi, Does anyone know how to make the ornaments on the cover of the Stamping Up holiday mini?
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I haven't seen the mini yet, but I'm guessing, since they're on trend right now that it might be a simplified version of this technique - Splitcoaststampers - Tutorials.
Apologies if I'm totally off the wall. But I'm planning to try this with the older SU ornament punch...
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I sure do! I actually posted a free tutorial on my blog. The tutorial I posted is actually for a Halloween Ornament BUT the only difference between the 2 ornaments is that the Halloween Ornament I used Ribbon and for the Holiday Ornament- you use Tulle (instead of the ribbon). When you use the Tulle, cut a 20" long piece. Cut it in half lengthwise making 2- 20" pieces. Then cut the 2- 20" long strips into 10- 4" sections.

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These are perfect. Thank you!!!
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You're welcome! Let me know if you have any questions on making it. I'd be more than happy to help!
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very pretty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I sure do! I actually posted a free tutorial on my blog. The tutorial I posted is actually for a Halloween Ornament BUT the only difference between the 2 ornaments is that the Halloween Ornament I used Ribbon and for the Holiday Ornament- you use Tulle (instead of the ribbon). When you use the Tulle, cut a 20" long piece. Cut it in half lengthwise making 2- 20" pieces. Then cut the 2- 20" long strips into 10- 4" sections.

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TFS this I have wanted to give it a try!
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Love this...TFS!
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I wish I would have found this last week. I ended up making my own tutorial but I think I like yours better.
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I actually just updated the tutorial yesterday so there are actually 2 tutorials on my blog. Basically the same- one is a halloween ornament and the other is the holiday ornament. I changed some of the directions as through my own trial and error I've found ways that work better than others.
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My goodness ladies and gents, How long is it taking you folks to make these? Just wondering because I can't seem to make one in under 2 hrs. Of course that's counting the many coffee and bathroom trips!
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I think it took me about 3 hours to do the one with the shortcuts - using DSP instead of stamping. It took closer to 6 hours for the one I did the stamping on. It takes me a long time to stamp and even longer when I cut out a stamped image with a framelit because of having to line up and center the framelit and the image.
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Oh my goodness, that's an awful long time. I'm making several for package decorations as well as gifts. 2 hrs. in long enough for me!
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I've got mine down to about 30-40 minutes for each ornament. But then again I've made WAY too many of them lol. The more you make the faster it goes! I promise!
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Well I've made a little over a dozen and still takes me 2 hours. Are you making the ones that take 40 stamped and die cut pcs? If so I must be extremely slow!
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Well I've made a little over a dozen and still takes me 2 hours. Are you making the ones that take 40 stamped and die cut pcs? If so I must be extremely slow!
Yep. 20 large and 20 small ornaments. Are you cutting both size ornaments out at the same time? If you cut your card stock to 3" x 11" and 2 1/2" x 11"- you should be able to get 5 of the large ornaments on the 3" x 11" piece and 10 of the smaller ornaments on the 2 1/2" x 11" piece. I also score 15 of each ornament so that folding them in half is easier.
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Yup, I guess I'm just very slow cuz I do exactly the same as you. Must be my old age!
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I only made 2 of them, but I don't think it took me longer than an hour all together.. yes, the cutting is tedious, but once that's done, they come along pretty fast.
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