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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane

MAKE IT AGAIN MONDAY featuring Simon Says Stamp’s Ornament Options and Foliage Circle

Updated: Dec 24, 2022

Hello everyone! It is just a few days until Christmas and I thought I might have to switch up the title of this post to MAKE IT AGAIN TUESDAY! But I squeezed in some time to edit my short video tutorial! It is short because these tags featuring Simon's Foliage Circle with Ornament Options Stamp Set and Ornament Options Coordinating Die Set are super easy and perfect for last minute gift tags!

  • Small panels of Bristol Smooth card stock were ink blended using a blender brush and Simon Says Stamp's PAWSITIVELY Saturated inks. I used three ink trios; one trio per tag - Heather, Violet, Iris (Trio 17) / Morning, Twilight, Galaxy (Trio 18) / Marine, Cadette, Royal (Trio 7)

  • The panels were stamped with circular sentiments from Ornament Options Stamp Set with Versamark ink and embossed in gold.

  • The Foliage Circle was centred over the sentiment and die cut.

  • Scotch tape was adhered to the back of the circle die cuts.

  • The positive foliage die cuts were retained and also embossed with gold embossing powder two times for a slightly puffy and smooth appearance. The foliage was inlaid in the circle die cut openings and held in place by the scotch tape.

  • The largest die from Ornament Options Coordinating Die Set was centred on the sentiment and die cut. A portion of the ornament hanger will be present. The die was turned around and the circle fitted into the die. After it was run through the die cutting machine, it was a perfectly formed circle.

  • The circle was adhered to gold foil die cuts cut from the same ornament die.

  • After the tie was in place, blue satin ribbon bows were adhered to the top of the hanger.

  • Studio Katia Gold Foil Pearls complete the tags.


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