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Old 10-10-2004, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default I need ornament ideas.

I am in an ornament swap. I want to stamp mine somehow.

any ideas on ornaments that have to be shipped in the mail.

I have done the ones with glass balls, reinkers and dazzling diamonds.

Anything else?
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Old 10-10-2004, 07:12 PM   #2
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polyshrink or sculpey clay? Do the ornaments have to be kind of permanent? If not, you could use 1/8 sheet cardstock or vellum to make sour cream containers with a hershey kiss in them.
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Saw a swap at convention - hopefully I'm telling this right. She had a christmas stocking - I believe - that was actually a pin, but what she did would hold out for an ornament. She stamped 3 of the image, cut them each out. Colored one and layered them together with glue. Because the glue made the card stock damp, she was able to curve it a little - put some shape to it. Then she used crystal effects over the top layer and it looked and felt pretty solid - not like card stock. Don't know if I've given the instructions right, but it is an idea to play with. Also, if you know how to origami an ornament - a box or other shape that is hollow in the middle, you could use vellum CS and stamp it and then design it to have a christmas tree light fit inside to add extra GLOW. Good luck, let us know what you come up with!
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