Friday, November 20, 2015

12 Days of Ornaments - Day #7

It's Day 7 of our 12 Days of Ornaments
Blog Series!!
Today, Nadine is here with us sharing a photo transfer snowflake ornament!
For her tutorial she decided to make a how to video...
Watch the Full tutorial below
Supplies Needed:
Chipboard shapes or small wood shapes (I used a round wood shape at about 2.75 inches)
Die cut snowflake shape from cardstock at about 5.50 inches (I used my silhoette cameo to cut out)
White Gesso (I used Liquidtex)
Prima Soft Matte Gel
3D Gloss Gel
Paint Brush

Optional Items:
Crackle Glaze
Distress Ink in Vintage Photo
Gold Paint or Viva 3D Stamp Paint
Wink of Stella Brush Pens

Happy Crafting,
Thanks for joining us today!
Remember to Leave a Comment below to be entered in to WIN one of these handmade ornaments.
Share with us your favorite Christmas Carol in your comment below.


Our Winner from Day #6 is....
Kimberly Bennett
 Congratulations Kimberly! Contact the LBH to Claim your Ornament


  1. Nadine, I loved your video! What great tips for making your lovely ornaments! I especially liked your tip on using the matte gel medium with the glitter.
    I have a LBH Gift Certificate on my Christmas list!

    1. Thank you, Linda! I am glad you like it. Using the 3D Gloss Gel is my favorite way to use glitter. :)

  2. Nadine, I really liked your video. The ornaments are super, and I have wanted to learn how to do photo transfer. What brand of crackle glaze did you use? My favorite Christmas Carol is Silent Night sung in German. With my parents deceased, it brings such good memories.

    1. Thank you Glenda! The glaze that I used was DecoArt Media Crackle Glaze.

  3. Very cute!!!! I'm very interested in trying this technique. My favorite carol/son is Mary Did You Know.

  4. Awesome video! Really good tips. And pretty ornaments. Visit the Little Blue House to see in person.

  5. Beautiful ornaments and great tutorial!

  6. Nadine this is a wonderful lil snowflakes.... my favorite carol is deck the halls.. I like to sing it really loud... :D

  7. Wow, a video! So great. My favorite Christmas song is "Mary Did You Know", sung by my daughter on a CD she made me for my birthday.

  8. Beautiful ornament and thanks for the video tutorial. My favorite song is Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano and sung by my granddaughters.


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