Sunday, January 11, 2015

Vellum Decorations

Cupid
Impression Obsession Cupids
Poppy Stamps Bubble Ornament (just the hook)
Martha Stewart Confetti Heart Punch
Spellbinders Standard Circles Large (3¾” & 3¼”)
Vellum paper

Easter Bunny
Memory Box Puffy Clouds
Poppy Stamps Bunny Buddies, Bushel Basket
Impression Obsession Fir Trees. Tiny Flowers
Poppy Stamps Bubble Ornament (just the hook)
Spellbinders Standard Circles Large (3¾” & 3¼”)
Via Decor Gold Pen
Martha Stewart Easter Basket Punch
Ranger Ink Clear Rock Candy Glitter
Sakuar 3D lacquer
Vellum paper

Easter Chicks
Martha Stewart grass punch
Impression Obsession Wide Tree & Tiny Flowers
Spellbinders Standard Circles Large (3¾” & 3¼”)
Viva Decor Gold Pen
Martha Stewart Easter Basket & Chicks in the grass punch
Poppy Stamps Bubble Ornament (just the hook)
Vellum paper

While staying at my in-laws for the holidays my mother-in-law had theses vellum die cut ornaments on her tree.  I really liked them and thought maybe I could make something similar.  (If anyone knows the company or name of artist that does these let me know, I think they might be European)

First take the two biggest dies from the Spellbinders Standard Circle Large  (3¾” & 3¼”) place the smaller one in the center of larger die.  Run through machine to create the white circle.  You will need two of these, then die cut two Bubble Ornament hooks.   You will need one 3¾” vellum circle for each design. Place glue on backside of circle, add vellum then attach the other circle.  Add the hook at the top to both sides.

Whatever design you create you need a mirror image for the backside.  I just laid out the designs and created the front then used a mirror image to attach to the backside. That way you have the extact design lined up with each other.    

Have fun being creative,

Diane







23 comments:

  1. Absolutely brilliant makes Diane, I love them all.
    Have great week

    Patricia xx

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  2. Very cute Diane, you figured it out perfectly I'd say!
    Annie B.

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  3. These are fabulous and very brave of you to use vellum, it is not my type of medium.

    Kath x

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  4. So pretty and cute - and creative! You could have a little tree for every season with these hanging on it!
    Lynn

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  5. Great idea Diane!
    You always come up with the cutest creations!!

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  6. Fabulous hangings, lovely designs :o)
    Jackie xx

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  7. Oh Diane your bauble are brilliant, love the dies and the pretty scenes you've made, so creative, hugs Kate x

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  8. these are too cool, what a great idea to make your own, love the little scenes!

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  9. These are absolutely wonderful, Diane! Amazing work!

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  10. Diane, these are so clever and adorable!

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  11. These are gorgeous Diane!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and your kind words :)
    ~Inger

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  12. Wow Diane these are gorgeous what a wonderful selection you have created, superb makes.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  13. Hi Diane these are so lovely and cute . Such a lovely idea x

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  14. Seasonal vellum discs hum what a great idea and they are lovely Looking like stain glass .....Lis

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  16. Brilliant these are just great and thanks for sharing the recipe. I love them but haven't seen them in the UK but I'll certainly love making some Love and hugs Carole x

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  17. Hi Diane, your ornaments a gorgeous and what a clever idea.
    Hugs!

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  18. These are little gems Diane, great pieces of art!
    Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  19. Brilliant vellum decorations and great idea
    Carol x

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Thank you for stopping by for a visit, and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading each and every one of them, and they are really appreciated. Thank you so much,
Diane

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