20/12/14

Cookie cutter Christmas ornament tutorial

This post is in Italian and English
Questo è il mio ultimo progetto come Design Team member per Paper House Productions: ho amato moltissimo questa esperienza, i loro prodotti sono fantastici, il team era formato da persone talentuose e carinissime e tutto lo staff è alla mano e splendido. Mi mancherà moltissimo questo gruppo e ringrazio di nuovo Paper House per aver creduto in me/ This is my last project as DT member for Paper House Productions: I really loved this experience, not only because they have fabulous products but mainly because in the DT there were lovely and talented people and the whole staff is great. I will miss them so much and I will be always grateful to Paper House for believing in me, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Siamo in clima natalizio e questo progettino è un tutorial su come creare decorazioni per l’albero con tagliabiscotti, carta e stickers! Questo mese vi presentiamo i paper pad di Paper House: ce ne sono moltissimi, tra cui uno natalizio, ma la svegliona che scrive si è dimenticata di ordinarlo, quindi per realizzare queste decorazioni ho usato delle carte non natalizie ma che si adattano perfettamente allo scopo!/ We are in a Christmas mood so I have a tutorial for you on how to create cute ornaments using cookie cutters, papers and stickers!Giorgia Rossini for Paper House
Giorgia Rossini for Paper House
Giorgia Rossini for Paper House
Giorgia Rossini for Paper House
Giorgia Rossini for Paper House 
Giorgia Rossini for Paper House
Product used
Other: aluminium cookie cutter, ribbons, scissors, pencil, hot glue gun, brush

 

Directions

  • With a pencil, trace out the cookie cutter shape on paper
  • Cut it out
  • Dab Mod Podge satin along cutter's edge.
  • Press paper in place and let dry: it is a work that needs a bit of patience. Once dried, use Mod Podge to seal paper.
  • With a brush, paint the outside of the cookie cutter in the chosen color and let dry. Apply Mod Podge glitter to protect paint and add sparkle.
  • Apply stickers as shown.
  • With glue gun, apply ribbon on the backside of the cookie cutter and voila, your ornament is ready!

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14 commenti:

  1. What a clever, clever idea!!! LOOOVE them - great creativity!!! Thanks so much for joining us at Off The Rails this month Jo....& Happy (busy!!h Christmas...... Buono Natale!!!!!

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  2. che belle!!! confesso mancavo da un pò ma felice di averti ritrovata
    buone feste rosa di kreattiva

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  3. Super cute, fun and festive projects! Thanks for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!

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  4. Grazie per aver partecipato al challenge di Sognando Scrap e in bocca al lupo!!!! Continua a seguirci ciao ciao Elisabetta e il team di Sognando Scrap!!!

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  5. What a clever idea. I just cleared out my old cookie cutters recently - bad timing on my part.
    Thank you for joining our challenge at Off The Rails Scrapbooking this month.

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  6. wow! very cute - such a great idea! thanks for playing along with us at clique kits!

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  7. This is a really creative idea! Very nice.

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  8. Great idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Clique Kits!

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  9. What a sweet idea, I love it! Thank you for playing along with us at Clique Kits :)

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  10. beautiful ornaments. clever idea. thks for joining us at Off The Rails Scrapbooking

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  11. They are so adorable. I love homemade ornaments- they make the tree. Thanks for playing.

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  12. this is such a great idea for Christmas ornaments!! I particularly love the reindeer and it would look superbly cute on any tree. Thanks for joining us at OTRS

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  13. Oh this is so clever! Fabulous! Thanks for joining in at OTR.

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