While working on another project, I discovered that certain circle punches scored at the perfect mark could create these circle ornaments. I made one and then I made MORE!! They are a little addictive. Find out how to make them with my above video tutorial. AND stay tuned tomorrow when I’ll show you how to make another cool ornament.
This year I have a new Christmas tree, having left my old one behind in Tennessee. I’m anxious for a new look, so this year I plan to cover my tree with ornaments that I have made. I’m having a lot of fun!!
Not all circle punches have the sweet spot that can be scored to create a triangle and subsequently made into an ornament. For the 2″ circle punch use the 1-1/2″ score line (largest ornament is 4″). For the 1-1/2″ circle punch use the 1-1/8″ score line (largest ornament is 3″). See my video for further instructions.
Each size of ornament needs a different number of circles ranging from 4 circles to 20 circles. Watch my video for details on how to put them together. I had fun making these ornaments in non-traditional Christmas colors. My favorite one was the large one I made using 20 different colors of Stampin’ Up card stock. It’s a great way to use up your smaller scraps.
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