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December 14, 2010

Christmas Ornaments

Hello Gypsy friends! I am Jeanne Lee and you can see me at http://mytinhairmusings.blogspot.com/ A few months ago, Pam, asked for some new friends to come and be guest designers and I signed on...MY First time doing this here! So, with Christmas fast approaching, I wanted to share a very simple project. Lets face it, with only eleven more days till Christmas time is short! I needed some quick ornaments for my Sunday School class to be able to put together so I came up with this one!

Using the Christmas Cart, I turned on the Gypsy and found that #23(counting from the top left) on the keypad was a perfect design.

So I picked the main image for the top of the ornament and then hit the shift key for the under layer. The width 2.96" and 5.71" for the height of this ornament. BUT I wanted to have a front and a back...so I copied the main image...went to my advanced tab and then hit the flip icon.

Using Mariposa card stock...I used the sparkly cs for the outside and red/blue for in between the outer layers.
I layered them together, glued them and added some gold cording...
... and was done! Beautiful and QUICK!
**Thank-you to the Tuesday Treat Gals for letting me share!


Pam said...

What a pretty ornament! It looks beautiful on the tree. TFS

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Your ornaments are just BEAUTIFUL. Thank you for sharing this with us.

Jodie R said...

So pretty! I love them!

Java Jen's Creations said...

These are so beautiful!! I need to make some of these!

flowerdisco said...

i love when you find these awesome cuts through others that you forgot you had or never saw them even you own the same cart.

The ornament is fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!


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