Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Frosty Glass Ornaments

I've seen these glass ornaments on quite a few blogs since Splitcoast Stampers posted the tutorial (here), including Lindsey's and Jenn's. Check out the beautiful ones they made!

I had purchased the glass ornaments, intending to emboss on them, but once I saw all these other samples, I had to try it this way (much easier!). By the way, it is VERY difficult to emboss on the outsides! I think I ruined five ornaments before I gave up! The ink smears because you have to roll the stamp on the glass. My upline, Sarah, made some beautiful ornaments last year with embossing on the outside, so I applaud her! It's hard!

Anyway, back to this ornament! I stamped the snowflake from Frosty on the transparency with Whisper White craft ink, then embossed it with Iridescent Ice ep to make it sparkly. I put some fake snow in the ornament and added a bit of glitter to that as well. I used silver elastic cord as a hanger for the ornament.

I made a bunch of these as Christmas gifts for the ladies in my downline (I can say that now because I've already given them to the girls!).

5 comments:

Heather P. said...

Too cool! What a great project! :)

Deborah said...

Wonderful! Deb

Debbie/StudioBeeCreations said...

OK...this is cool!....and with all the different stamps out there..the possibilities are absolutely endless!...love it!

All Pink girl said...

Wow how wonderful .Dawn

Amy G. said...

Great ornament! I've been dying to make one of these, but don't have all the supplies yet. :(