I just love the Stampin’ Up!’s Daydream Medallions Stamp Set! When paired up with the Floral Frames, anything is possible.
This is a Valentine’s Day Ornament made using the Daydream Medallions, Mixed Medley stamp sets and the Floral Frames.
Here’s what to do to make your very own Valentine’s Day Ornament:
On a 5-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Real Red Card Stock stamp the largest medallion in VersaMark Ink. Sprinkle the VersaMark with White Embossing Powder and heat it with a Heat Tool. When dry, run the stamped image through the BIG Shot with the largest die from the Floral Frames. Run another piece of Real Red through the BIG Shot using the same die. This piece doesn’t need to be stamped or embossed, because this will be the back piece that hold the ribbon hanger.
On a 4″ x 4″ piece of Whisper White Card Stock, stamp the next to the largest medallion in either Primrose Petals or Real Red. Either color works. I used Primrose Petals and it looks a little softer then the Real Red. Run this piece through the BIG Shot with the appropriate die.
On a scrap of Real Red Card Stock, stamp the heart circle and greeting from the Mixed Medley stamp Set in VersaMark and emboss with White Embossing Powder. Use the 3/4″ and 1-1/4″ Circle Punches to punch out the images.
Cut a 12″ piece of 5/8″ Satin Ribbon for hanger. Go to your local craft store and pick up some 1/2″ plastic rings. They’re usually in the yarn section and come in various sizes in a bag. Thread the ribbon through the plastic ring and stop at the ribbon’s halfway point. Fish tail the opposite ends of the ribbon.
Start putting the ornament together by adhering the two large Real Red pieces, placing the ribbon in between the layers. I used Sticky Tape. Then keep layering using Dimensionals. On the tips of the large medallion place a Basic Pearl.
This Valentine Ornament can be made for all the holidays by simply changing the colors and greeting.
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