Friday, 17 December 2010

Epiphany Crafts Design Team Holiday Ornament Blog Hop 2010!!

Welcome to the
Epiphany Crafts Design Team
Holiday Ornament Blog Hop 2010!! 
NOW CLOSED!
 
Epiphany Crafts

Our lovely Design Team has created some wonderful holiday projects, brimming with inspiration and of course, Epiphany Crafts epoxies, buttons, and tools! Visit each Design Team members blog to see what inspiring projects they have to share. Leave a comment on each blog. When you reach the last blog, you'll receive the final instructions on how to enter to win a fabulous prize pack filled with Epiphany Crafts goodies, straight from Santa!!

If you've just happened upon my blog today, you may wish to go to the START of the blog hop so you don't miss a single ornament idea that was posted today. If you arrived here from Tracey's blog, you are in the right place so sit back and enjoy your stay.

Today I am sharing with you how to create these red felt Christmas ornaments:



And here are the instructions:
  • handcut a heart from a piece of thick red felt
  • hand stitch around the edge starting at the bottom (don't cut off your thread too short as you'll use it later to atttach some beads)
  • attach a ribbon to the top
  • punch a snowflake
  • use the Epiphany Crafts Button Studio Tool round 20 to create a button
  • attach button on top of the snowflake
  • attach a string of beads and/or a bell and you're done!  


I think the two round button studio tools are my favorite tools ever right now! Btw, did you know that the 1" round epoxy tools will be in stores soon? Isn't that awesome?!!!

Leave a comment here on my blog for your chance to win a little RAK from me and hop on to your next stop:

Jennifer: http://hydrangeahippo.blogspot.com/

So head on over to Jennifer's blog to continue on the Hop.

43 comments:

  1. Erg leuke decoraties heb je gemaakt, Monique!

    Groetjes, Marjan

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  2. I LOVE THEM! THANKS FOR SHARING.

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  3. These are SO pretty - I love felt!

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  4. Soooo sooo cute!! LOVE these!

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  5. Sp pretty--loving the blanket stitching :)

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  6. These are so cute. Love the snowflakes and the blanket stitching around the edges.

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  7. Love the hand stitching and the bell

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  8. SO stinkin' cute...my grands are gonna LOVE these! TFS!

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  9. These are sooo cute! I LOVE LOVE LOVE them! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  10. These are so cute. I think that they would look great as a tag for a gift also.

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  11. Red heart ornament is super cute.Love the button.
    syeda
    syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

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  12. So simple, yet so cute!! Thanks for sharing the instructions!

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  13. Oh, love this Monique! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  14. wat mooi zeg,heel leuk idee!!
    Bedankt voor de tip!
    Fijn weekend!!

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  15. What a wonderful ornaments, love working with felt! Love this blog hop.... hopping on to the next one for some more inspiration! THanks hun!

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  16. These are so sweet! No time this year but I would love to make some for next year's tree!

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  17. oh what a wonderful tree ornament!! thank you for sharing it with us!

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  18. Wow they are so cute. . .

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  19. So sweet...and simple...LOVE snowflakes !!

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  20. They look really nice!!!

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  21. wow! these are so pretty! felt is so versatile!

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  22. Your heart ornaments turned out really cool.
    hugs,
    gini

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  23. What gorgeous ornaments...

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  24. en ook al zo leuk! dit is een erg leuk idee Monique, het ziet er superluek uit!

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  25. felt . . . stitching . . . buttons! Adorable.

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  26. wonderful! I can not wait for this tool to get to stores near me. I can tell it is going to be a must have. Your ornament is great. thanks for sharing. Off to my next blog stop.

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  27. Wonderful ornaments!! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. So very cute! I just love felt!

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  29. Those are sooooo cute! thanks for sharing how to make them.

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  30. So beautiful...they look Scandinavian!

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  31. They are just adorable, really precious!
    Deb♥

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