Easy Shaker Style Christmas Ornaments

Ann Melvin Independent Craft Addict|Easy Shaker Style Ornament


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Hi Everyone,

I told you i would be back :-) I am so excited to bring you my first project as a 'free' Woman haha. I have lots of great tutorials coming up & i am so happy most of you are staying with me :-)

I am kicking my first project off with these really cute photo ornaments. I was shopping in B&M the other day when i came across them. They were only £2.49 for 4. You get 2 circles & 2 star shapes. They are designed to hold pictures but i wanted to decorate mine a bit more.

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They are so easy to make and you could add sequins, glitter or faux snow like i have. I picked a large bag of faux snow up from my local pound shop. You get a picture already inside the ornament, don't throw it away until you have drew round it, this will give you a template for whatever paper or card you want to put inside.

The red Truck is a stamp set that i bought from http://www.craftstash.co.uk i stamped it out using Tuxedo Black ink then i coloured it in with alcohol markers. The Trees are die cuts and the background is glitter card.

The other ornament was decorated with a cute Ginger Bread Man die.
These would make very inexpensive gifts or you could just make them for your own home. I hope you like them :-)

Please check out my YouTube tutorial which you can find listed at the end of this blog post. I will be back again next week with lots more tutorials.

Love Ann xx


Comments

  1. What a great idea Ann I as you say they make lovely pressies...thank you again for sharing another project with us

    Anne x

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  2. They're gorgeous Ann. Love them. Great to see you uploading so soon.

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  3. So glad to see that you haven't skipped a beat! Thank you.
    Heather

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  4. These baubles look great - such a lovely idea and not expensive either

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  5. Thank you for sharing. What a cute idea. I am from Washington State. I am so happy that you are going to continue with more ideas. You are so crafty.

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing these! They are really cute! Best of luck in your new adventure! Can't wait to see what you come up with next!

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  7. Thank you for your creativity and these ornaments are simply adorable. I'm truly delighted as well that you will continue to inspire us (even though I'm in the US). I love your videos and blog and all that you do.

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  8. What a cute baubles,Ann.Great idea.

    Gr,Sylvia.

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  9. Hi Ann! I left a comment but it does not appear. Wonder what I did wrong. Anyway, thanks so much for your lovely tutorials.

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  10. Very nice little Christmas bauble, I will keep my eye open during The after Christmas sales to make them for next year
    Ar

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