Saturday, November 20, 2010

The 12 Days of Ornaments: Day 7

Hi everyone! Welcome to another ornament tutorial / giveaway from The Little Blue House gals! This is Lolly and I am going to be sharing a super quick and easy ornament using a couple of Sizzix dies combined with felt, paper and fabric!

Let's get started!
I started with one of my very most favorite dies ever...
The Tim Holtz - Sizzix - Scallops!
mmmmm... scallops!
You can check out that die HERE!

Cut a bunch of felt, paper and fabric and pile them all up!
Cut a piece of paper big enough to cover the width and height of the ornament die you will be using.

Taking a regular piece of card stock, start from the bottom and glue one strip of scallop down at a time on to the card stock...
I used Helmar's 450 Fabric Glue!
(which just so happens to be available at The Little Blue House)

Alternate between felt, paper, fabric and work your way up the piece of paper...

Once you have covered the paper in delicious scallopy strips...

Bust our your die cutting machine...
I have a Sizzix Big Shot Express (seen HERE)

Run your scallop covered paper through that puppy and...

You end up with a fabulous ornament!
(peep... I used the Sizzix ornament die found similar to the one seen HERE)

Go ahead and create two of these little fellas...

...and then...

Make yourself an ornament sammich!
Glue the two pieces back to back and you'll have a pretty ornament on both sides!

Ta da!

That's all for today! Thanks so much for joining us for another fun ornament!

The big winner from yesterday's post is LINDA HAHN! Congrats Linda! Please contact the gals at The Little Blue House to learn how to claim your ornament!

Holiday HUGS from Little Blue Gal - Lolly

P.S.S.T. Don't forget to leave a comment for a chance to win this ornament too! We'll be back tomorrow with another ornament share and giveaway!

41 comments:

  1. oooh i have that die lolly, ur so clever. loving these ornamental ideas from u guys, thanx so much,
    Jo xxxx

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  2. I knew before I even started reading that it was you Lolly. The picture of felt scallops gave it away! These are my most favorite ornaments yet! I mean, who doesn't love a good ornament sammich :) Hugs!

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  3. Thank you for the adorable ideas. You guys are all so talented.

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  4. absolutely LOVE it!!!
    and you could put a row of teal in there, too! :)

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  5. I am in love with this one! I think I am going to make it for the teachers on my team. 

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  6. I love this! What an awesome idea!!

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  7. Lolly, I love this look and will use it on a page too! Thanks for the great ideas! I am wondering if your tree is teal...if so, please post pictures!

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  8. Comment! Comment! I Love this one. I Love the Greens! I Love the shape. Gonna have to get the dies for this one...Awesome! Lolly...you rock!

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  9. What a very cute fun idea! I love shape that sets it all off!!!

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  10. I can't WAIT to get started! This is so stinkin' cute!

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  11. Hey lolly I love the colors....what a cute little lovely it is...thanks so much ...I love it

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  12. This is great! I would love to add it to a Christmas card!

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  13. Love this! But it definitely could use some teal! ;)

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  14. Dear LBH,
    Thanks so much for the prize!! I really love it and now I don't have to wait until next year for this ornament!! Thanks, Elaine!!
    Lolly, this ornament is such a great idea!! I absolutely love it!! I've considered buying this die several times---now that I see what you've done with it---I have to have it!!

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  15. Lovwe this ornament! What a great idea!!

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  16. I love it!! Such a great color!

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  17. How very clever Miss Lolly! Love it, love it, love it! and congratulations Linda - soooo happy you won the prize today!

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  18. The only thing that could make this ornament any cute is if it were TEAL!!! Love it!

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  19. Fantastic Lolly-you have so much creative imagination!

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  20. Lolly, how clever of you! It is awesome!!! I love felt but sometimes have no idea how to blend it with my projects. Thanks for the felt tip and the cutest darn ornament!!!

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  21. Super cute, Lolly! Love your sammich! ;)

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  22. Lolly, just love the ornament. Reminds me of vintage ones, guess I will have to go some more dyes to make my own sammich's.. You gals rock.

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  23. Wonderful idea! Thanks for all the tips.

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  24. Mmm I love scallops and felty ones are even better!

    Hugs,
    Kristina

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  25. That is adorable! I must get myself a more super duty sizzix!

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  26. THAT was an awesome tutorial! Might have to get the newer sizzix as I still have the old red dinosaur. These ornaments are all so great!!
    -Pam P. of Garland, TX

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  27. With my Vagabond coming this week, I think I might just do a few ornaments. Thank's Lolly...you're the best!

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  28. Oh so so Cute! Found my way here from Lolly's blog, can't believe I've never made it past her blog, but I think you know the answer to that, gotta Love her, lol! Looking forward to the rest of the ornaments and hope I'm lucky enough to win one! TFS
    mccadesmom at gmail dot com

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  29. Adorable! I just love how easy this was to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. I love this ornament so much!!!! Can't wait to try that out!!

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  31. LOVE IT, Lolly!! THanks for sharing and the great tutorial, (as always ;))

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  32. That is just too cute! What a great idea. I can't wait to try it. Thanks for a chance to win.
    ajandfour
    fourkidstwocats at msn dot com

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  33. Too cute. Thanks for a chance to win your ornament.

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  34. OOppps! I just saw the date of the this post. I am a little late.

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  35. wow thanks for sharing Lolly these are right on time :)

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