Holiday Catalog Ornament

Holiday Ornament pic

Here's the Stampin Up! supply list for the Holiday Catalog Ornament:

  • Stamps:  Ornament Keepsakes stamp set - Wood #129949 Clear #129950, Perfect Punches - Wood #117022 Clear #120516
  • Ink:  Old Olive ink #12695, Cherry Cobbler ink #126966
  • Card Stock:Old Olive card stock #100702, Very Vanilla #101650, Candlelight Christmas DSP #126901
  • Tools/Accessories:  Silicone Craft Sheet #127853, Cherry Cobbler Tulle Ribbon #127841, Holiday Ornaments Framelits #127816, Jumbo Pearls #125577, Faceted Designer Buttons #127555, Liquid Glue #110755, Rosette Die #125594, Big Shot Die Cut Machine #113439, Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon #119960, 1-3/8 Circle Punch #, Bone Folder #102300, Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint #116806, Mini Glue Dots #103683, Linen Thread #104199, Hot Glue Gun

Thanks & have a great day!

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Date: 10:36 AM | Permalink | Comments (46)

Comments

  1. Yua yang

    Love it. Thanks for sharing. Great video.

  2. Joy Jones

    Thanks for your awesome video!!

  3. Shelley

    Wow!! What a great job on the video, instructions, and tips while making the ornament. Can’t wait to give it a try.

  4. Chrystyna

    That was a great video tutorial!!! The instructions and demonstration make it seem so simple…can’t wait to try it. You always make the videos fun and the cards/projects that you make to show us are always awesome. Thanks for sharing your talent! Have agreat day.

  5. Jan D., Florida

    Oh, my, this is so beautiful….thanks so much for the video. Love the music, too.

  6. Terri

    So pretty! Thank you, you make it look easier to do.

    Ter 😉

  7. Diana Krug

    Love it. Thanks for sharing. You’ve made it look so easy.

  8. Carolyn

    I also love the halloween ornament that you made. I would not have thought about doing that but now I think I’ll try to make ornaments using fall,valentine, and Easter colors.
    Great video! I’ll bet Bella even likes the ornaments and
    maybe you could make a couple ornaments for Brooke’s dorm room.

  9. Jana

    Perfect video Angie. I too can’t wait to give it a try.

  10. Pamala Smith

    AWESOME!!

  11. Sylvia Lewis

    Wow!MAGNIFICENT!!…Love It!!!Thanks!!

  12. Lisa

    Great Job. What a beautiful ornament. The things you can do with punches and stamps amaze me. Love the Halloween one too.

  13. Janet

    Love the video and the beautiful ornament!

  14. Thank you so much!! I love it!!

  15. LaVerne Wolfe

    Angie, when you do your video’s every step is easy to follow; I say to myself ‘yes, I can do it too’. It’s a beautiful project. Thanks.

  16. Jana

    Oops! I forgot to ask, can you tell me the finished size? I’d like to make one as a gift topper for a special friend.

  17. Connie Gregoire

    Thanks for sharing this – your directions were fabulous. I am a visual learner and you have made it so simple to follow. Just pinned it to my Pinterest board!!!

  18. Renae K

    Thanks so much for the video Angie. I will have to attempt to make these. I love that you finished to backside of the ornament. I also LOVE the Halloween one. Will have to try that one also.

    Renae K

  19. Evelyn

    Beautiful! Thanks for the video

  20. Paula Nicely

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful video. You make everything look so easy. I will definitely give this one a try.

    Paula Nicely

  21. Thanks so much for making this great video – there are several out there but you made yours so easy to understand – thanks!

  22. Debbie Siress

    Thanks for making this video. I can hardly wait to make one. You always do such a good job of explaining how things are done.

    Debbie

  23. Sherylee

    Lovely to see how to make this pretty ornament. Thanks.

  24. Sharon Davidson

    Thank you so much for sharing, you are generous with your knowledge!
    I really appreciate that!
    Sharon (Ireland)

  25. debra

    Fabulous video and thorough info! TFS

  26. Suzette

    Gosh, you make it look so easy. As Connie mentioned, I would love to know the size as well. I like trying difficult projects and this is the perfect one. Thanks for doing this.

  27. Corinne -Roxy

    Have I told you lately how amazing you are!!!!!!

  28. Kris K.

    LOVE this! It looked so complicated on the catalog…but you made it look easy!! Thanks!
    Kris K.

  29. Joyce Small

    WOW!!!! Thanks for this video. If I make this for someone it’s going to be for someone special because it’s definitely a work of art. Great job, Angie.

  30. Debbie

    OMG, This ornament is BEAUTIFUL. When I seen this on the catalog I thought no way could I make that. But guess what thanks to you I have made it and now I am hooked on it. Thank you for your step by step video…..

  31. Heather M

    LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing this!!! Now that I’ve seen it made, I like it better than I did on the front of the catalog! LOL Now I’ve got an order ready to go (when I have the $) so I can make these as Christmas gifts… one little trick I’ll prob do differently is score the ornaments before “cutting” them out (since the framelit is open, the score line shouldn’t flatten out in the Big Shot, you think?), esp since I’ll probably be making like TEN of these at once! HAHA

  32. Maxie

    Fantastic. Thank you!!

  33. Ruthie Graen

    Angie, saw you on the daily pics blog for your Halloween treat bags. Great job! Then I saw you had a video on the Christmas Ornament from the front of the Holiday Catalog. You did such a great job showing us how this is done! Thank you so much!! Very complete information will make this so easy to follow and duplicate. Making these for Christmas gifts and even a class! I’m a follower for sure now!

  34. Jill Vehanen

    Great ornament and video. Thoroughly enjoyed it!

  35. Tina

    This is great! I am making this tomorrow.
    P.S.
    To get rid of the hot glue “cobwebs” try using a blow dryer for just a few seconds.

  36. Martinette

    You are so generous with your tutorials. Thank you for sharing. This is beautiful.

  37. Nadine Motes

    Angie would it be possible to put a PDF or instructions sheet for this ornament so that when I get my big shot and stamps, framelits I may make the ornament like you did–it would just be so much easier for me than rewatching your video several times –I am sure others would enjoy it also–a BIG THANKS for all you do and help us all out on your blog!!!

  38. Beautiful star ornament and your tutorial was great! Thanks so much for sharing your creations.

  39. Debora

    That was a fantastic video, very clear, and precise instructons. I like the finished product and even enjoyed the smaller steps and watching it repeated the required number of times (althought I did appreciate the fast forward part so it didn’t get boring).Thanks so much for sharing!

  40. Sandra

    I loved the video, but am a little confused on the Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint. How much alcohol was mixed with the paint? I do not like using glitter and this seems to be a very good solution for that. Thanks for all of the great videos.

  41. Irene

    Angie, thanks so much for giving us such detailed instructions on this project. I have a lot of time on my hands these days, I think I’ll make them for Christmas gifts.

  42. Marion

    Oh wow…I was working on this without seeing this video…so glad I found this…now I see that I’m on the right track in making it!
    Thanks for sharing!

  43. Marthanne

    I have been waiting since the holiday catalog came out to learn how to make this ornament. I can’t wait to make it. Thanks so much for the easy directions.

  44. Jenny

    fantastic video! very clear and precise. Now I have to get all of this so I can make one myself! :)

  45. Kayelynn

    Help Please! I received this ornament for Christmas and fell in LOVE with its beauty but I can’t find the video tutorial…at the top is just the photo without video link , any help finding this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • Angie

      Here’s the link to watch the Holiday ornament on You Tube:
      link to youtu.be

      You might want to use Firefox or Google Chrome as your web browser if you’re having trouble… I see you’re using AOL and it has trouble with blogs.

      Thanks!

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