Photo Coaster Ornament

Good afternoon,

My project today is an Photo Coaster Ornament that I made using the 4" Circle Coasters. You can use either the Heavy weight or Medium weight and if you're looking for them you can find them on my Chic n Scratch ShackClick here if you'd like to go there now.

Coaster Ornament

They're really easy to make them and you can make a bunch real fast.  I used the Christmas Cocoa Specialty Paper and I cut it in a 4 x 4 square.  Apply adhesive to the paper and attach it to the Coaster.  Trim the extra paper off and then sand the edges with a Sanding Block.

The Round Tab punch works perfectly for the top of the ornament and you'll need around 16" of White Taffeta Ribbon.

This is a picture of Chase & Brook back when they were really little (if my memory serves me correct, that was 1998).  Brook has red paint on her nose because she was in a Christmas play at preschool.

Extra Notes:  Today is my Stampin' Up! anniversary.  I've been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for 7 years :)   And today is the internet's birthday.  The Internet is 40 years old today….isn't that interesting?

Here's the Supply List:

  • Christmas Cocoa Specialty Paper # 116770
  • Round Tab Punch #108340
  • Crop a Dile #108362
  • White Taffeta Ribbon #109070
  • Soft Suede Cardstock #115318
  • Real Red Cardstock #102482
  • Circle Cutter or Punch
  • Silver Cord #109866
  • Sanding Block #103301
  • 4" Circle Coaster (available on my Chic' n Scratch Shack)

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Have a great day!

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Comments

  1. Great idea.

  2. sandra Aguirre

    Chase and Brook are adorable! This is a wonderul idea.. instead of sending Christmas cards, send the ornaments!

  3. Cyndi B

    Happy Anniversary! Isn’t it nice to take a look back at where we were and remember how we got here to today. Next week will be the 32nd anniversary of the first time my husband told me he loved me. We have two grown children and are still just as much in love today as all those years ago. Be happy, remember the good times that brought you to today and have many more!

  4. Kathy

    HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!! Your creations are awesome. Love the picture ornament.

  5. Leslie Jones

    Angie,
    Congrats on your anniversary! I hope I make it that long and longer! Today’s project is just precious! I love it! (also the one on the newsletter!) You are so creative! Thank you so much for the ideas and inspiration!

  6. Mikesgal

    Happy Anniversary! I check your blog everyday for wonderful new ideas. Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into it. I just love that purse!!!!!
    Mikesgal

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