Good Sunday morning. I hope you are enjoying your weekend. I don’t know about you but weekend days seem to go by much faster than work days. LOL! I’m trying to make the most of that hour we got to add last night due to the time change. My project today is a grouping of Christmas ornaments made using the Impression Obsession Door/ Window set. I paired the window with the Impression Obsession Holly Flourish, Deer Trio, Pine Sprig Cluster, Candle, Evergreen Trees and the Poppystamps Small Blooming Poinsettia.
I started by cutting the door and window out six times and attaching them together back to back with 1/8” double stick tape to create a clean finished window on both the front and back side. I cut several holly flourish pieces and lots of the pine sprigs in preparation to embellish the windows. I formed the holly with my stylus and molding pad and attached 1/8” punched circles with glossy accents in several key places.
I cut the candle holder in gold and the candle in red, attached them together with double stick tape and attached them to the window. I attached the holly and pine around the candle holder with glossy accents.
Here’s a closer view.
I cut three pieces of ground snow and attached to the bottom of the window. I cut the deer in white and applied color with mini applicators and antique linen and vintage photo ink. I cut a set of evergreen trees and crimped them to add dimension. I attached the tallest tree to the window with mounting tape. I arranged the deer and two smaller trees into the scene and attached with mounting tape. I had a glitter covered fir sprig on my desk from a past project so I attached small sections of it to the baby deer’s neck and finished with three tiny berries made 1/16” punched circles.
Here’s a closer view.
I used a whole section of the holly flourish for this ornament and attached it to the window with glossy accents. I attached one of the small squares negative pieces to the back of the window with glossy accents to create a secure base to attach the pine and poinsettia. I attached the flower and foliage with glossy accents.
Here’s a closer view.
I tied a loop of ribbon on each ornament to use as a hanger. I used several of the cut holly flourish pieces and pine to embellish the top of each ornament and finished with a multi loop bow.. I added red stickles to all the berries to add a touch of holiday sparkle for the perfect finishing touch.
I think these ornaments would make a perfect gift set. I have the perfect someone in mind for these. I hope these ornaments have gotten you inspired to make a few of your own. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful Sunday.
Each ornament is approximate 4.5” tall and 2.00” wide.
Ribbon is 1/8” wide and was purchased at Michael’s.
My, oh my! These are gorgeous, Kittie!
Oh my Kittie these ornaments are just adorable. What a wonderful little gift these would be for several people I know. What a great and lovely idea, thanks for your inspiration.
Beautiful – would make a beautiful backdrop (all 3 together) for a sideboard or mantel. Thank you for sharing your inspiration and knowledge of creating.
Another a-m-a-z-i-n-g creation, Kittie!!
Thanks so much for sharing with us!!
Gorgeous. I expect they will be treasured
Each one beautiful. Love your designs. Edna
Wonderful project…I build and decorate Christmas trees using wired tomato plant holders/supports and these would make perfect ornaments for them….thanks for the idea. You got my creative juices flowing for sure.
Love everything you do….
Kittie, these are gorgeous!
Wow! Just stunning!
Wow! These are so beautiful! I absolutely love your blog! I am always eager to receive a post from you in my inbox! Thanks so much for your awesome projects & great step by step tutorials, it helps so much!!
Gorgeous ornaments Kittie! Perfect gift idea!
Good Afternoon, Kittie The are perfect. what a different gift for someone. a real keepsake, and they would look lovely on the tree or hanging in front of the mantel. Just gorgeous in detail and color. You sure do have a steady hand to cut out all those frames in the window. Could you put some clear film between the frames, for glass? …thanks so much for sharing…..have a good week-end.
What beautiful ornaments. I love them. I would love to make these and give them for gifts. That is after I made some for myself. Thanks for sharing.
Kittie…. these are darling…. I love all 3 … I can see them on a tree or as a gift tag…. thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity
wow Kittie, these are just stunning.
Love, love, love these tags. Or should I say tiny works of art! These are just spectacular. Thanks so much for giving details on how to make these.
These ornament’s are so adorable Kittie, I tried to find a favorite and couldn’t, they are each unique and gorgeous. I think they would make great gift tags as well. You creativity is, as always, over-the-top! I anxiously await for Christmas just so I can view and be inspired by all of your Christmas designs. Hugs!!!
Awe, Kittie, these are exquisite and you did an amazing job. I feel so festive after seeing your ornaments. TFS & HUGS.
What delightful ornaments Kittie!!!!! TFSJAN
How sweet are these tags, they are just perfect new idea to use a window die to make a tag, they are wonderful gifts.
Gorgeous Christmas ornaments ! It’s a very good idea !
All three ornaments are lovely, Kittie! Your attn to detail never ceases to amaze me. 🙂
I’m with all the above Gals…! Your ornaments are a Lovely idea and you made them so special!!! They made me smile!
Kittie, you do such wonderfully and creative things! 🙂 always look forward to seeing what new goodness you have come up with and then share for all to see!! 🙂
Simply lovely Kittie..Who would have thought to make these for ornaments but our Miss Kittie…super.
Oh my these are fabulous!!
Just BEAUTIFUL Kittie!!! So adorable each one. I’m behind posting to others as my 87 yr old dad has been hospitalized. Seems like I’m on the go with him. Just wanted to drop in and also thank you for your sweet comment on my blog this week.
Beautiful! I do have one question though. How did you attach the two sections together? I what type of adhesive did you use?
Oops that was two questions! Thank You!
Wow, theese are stunning! Love your cards with the cats as well 😀 <3
So perfect and warm project.Gorgeous 🙂
Holy cow these are absolutely gorgeous!