DIY: 3D Paper Ornaments

Welcome, everyone!! It’s Shari here with a DIY inspiration for you.

I’m always looking for ways to extend the use of my cardmaking supplies for other purposes. The moment I saw the NEW Simon Says Stamp Medallion die, I thought 3D Paper Ornaments!! I LOVE the detail of the medallion that die cuts the tiny detail dots.

I’ve created simple paper ornaments by die-cutting 5 from each type of paper and glued the sides together leaving a channel in the center for ribbon or twine.

These can be embellished with sequins, gemstones, glitter, paper flowers, beads, and on and on. I’ll leave the embellishing to you to suit your own decor.

They can be hung on a tree, strung to create a garland, decorate a table, even used as a place setting with a nametag. I’d love to hear how you would use them too!!



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Doodlebug SPECIAL DELIVERY 12×12 Inch…
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PinkFresh Studio Altenew CELEBRATE 6…
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Neenah Classic Crest 80 LB SMOOTH…
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Scor-Pal MINI SCOR-BUDDY Scoring…
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  1. Beautiful! Embossing the edges for sparkle would be lovely. I can see these on all my Christmas gifts as tags. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. What a great way to use this die. These would make great gifts for Christmas or use as package decorations. Love it!

  3. My sister-in-law lives in Florida and uses her large fern for a Christmas tree. I think these made up in tropical colors would really make that fern fabulous. Love this die and thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

  4. These are wonderful and I already have the die!!! I love making ornaments for Christmas and these will be perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  5. These are beautiful, Shari. Thank you for the idea.

    Another idea for wrapping paper, especially with touches of foiling, is a “Polish Star” ornament. An elder woman at church used to make these to give as gifts the next Christmas. They take a while to make, but are so pretty on a tree or hanging in a window. Googling will show many pretty ones in different sizes.

  6. You have done a great job on this article. It’s very readable and highly intelligent. You have even managed to make it understandable and easy to read. You have some real writing talent. Thank you.Pet Ornaments

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