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Sharing more Christmas ornament and gift toppers that I created today with my Stampin' Up! supplies.

Simple and elegant
DIY Stampin' Up! Christmas Ornament

A simple Tea Lace Doily and left over Vanilla Flower Trim adorn this ornament.

Stampin' Up! Simply Pressed Clay
and a Sneak Peek!

Here I've added Simply Pressed Clay Flowers and sneak peek sequin trim from the Occasions catalog debuting January 2014.

Fun to use scraps and left overs to make beautiful DIY creations!

A gathered left over piece of a doily and strip of burlap add a unique touch to this medallion.

Think outside the box with your Stampin' Up! tools and supplies...

Noel sentiment is created by cutting and piecing the Expressons Thinlits. (Be sure to watch the video tutorial for this Stampin' Up! tip!)


A bit of ribbon makes this
DIY ornament stand out...

This scrunched ribbon bow adds the finishing touch here.

The cross adds special meaning to the ornament used as the tree topper.

Strategic cutting and placement of this large Festive Flurry snowflake adds a royal look to this, my favorite!

Watch the video below or here on You Tube for tips on assembly of these ornaments! Let me know if you have questions...

Hope you've enjoyed the tips on these DIY ornaments/gift toppers in this Stampin' Up! video tutorial!


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Lisa Brown

Thank you, Shiren! I loved how these ornaments looked on our trees.

Shiren K

It looks wonderful. I love the color!

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