November 3, 2012

Ornament #3: Tealight Snowman

I was making some more stamping videos today, so don't think I forgot about making an ornament for my month-long Blog Series on Handmade Ornaments,  Better late than never!

Here's today's project (inspired by Lorraine):
 You'll need to gather a few supplies, and a faux tea-light candle for this one:

  1. Stamp that beautiful new Bold Snowflake stamp in Soft Suede on Whisper White cardstock, punch it out with the Blossom Punch and trim away 2 "arms" for your snowman.
  2. Color some Basic Pearls black with a permanent marker. (If you didn't know you could do this, you really need to visit my Facebook page more often!)
  3. Punch your larger circles from Whisper White cardstock, and punch a smaller circle from both pieces, to leave room for operating your "candle".

     4. Punch the rest of your pieces: Heart from Red Glimmer paper, Star from Champagne glimmer paper, Word window and square from Basic black, and square from Real Red.
     5. Sponge the edges of the white circles with Bashful Blue ink, for dimension, then start assembling your snowman, adding dimensionals between layers.
    6. Tie a scarf around the tea light, and adhere the tealight to the body, sandwiching a hanger made from Baker's Twine in-between.  You can even color the "nose" with marker too, if you'd like it to be orange even when the light is off.

Thanks for stopping by!  Please leave me a comment to let me know I'm not the only crazy person thinking about Christmas already!

Happy Stamping!
Cristy Butzen
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Deborah said...

I absolutely love this tealight snowman!! He's so adorable, and so unique. Thanks for sharing :)

Beth said...

Saw him on SC. This is so cute. Thank you so much for the instructions! This would also be a great tag for an incredible gift.

Jennifer Y said...

So stinkin' CUTE!!;)

Lorraine said...

I love the star on the hat!

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for sharing!!!!

Anonymous said...

So VERY cute! I had to go out and
find a few tea lights to play with,
thanks to you. :) Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

He is darling ! Thanks for sharing .

corinne said...

This idea is so great ! Thank you ! Camille from France

Sajung said...

What a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing.
Greetings from Germany,

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