Monday, December 19, 2016

Die-Versions Christmas Gift Set

Happy Monday!! I hope you had a wonderful weekend!! Can you believe Christmas is less than a week away??!! Yipes!! It's my turn to post on the Die-Versions blog and I have a Christmas project to share with you using several Die-Versions dies.


I love making ornaments using Die-Versions dies cut with vinyl. For this ornament and card set, I used Alcohol Inks for the base. I put together a quick tutorial on how to stamp the ornament.


I started with a white ornament, Alcohol inks in Botanical and Poppyfield, a stamping tool and pieces of felt.


Squirt random drops of the inks across the felt and then you just start stamping on the ornament.


Keep stamping and building up layers until you achieve your desired look.



This is what it looked like when the entire ornament was covered. Gorgeous, isn't it??!


I had the hardest time photographing the ornament so I apologize for the light glares. I used the Whispers Regal Reindeer die (not currently in stock). Christmas is from the Compliments Holiday 1 set. Whispers Holly Branches (not currently in stock) were added under the poinsettia from Wild Orchid Crafts. The beautiful ribbon is Pure Love from DL.ART's Valentine Bundle.


I used the same dies for the card, and the same technique for the background, using Ranger Specialty Stamping Paper for the Alcohol Inks. The Regal Reindeer die was covered in Shabby White Frantage.


I had so much fun with the technique, I made another ornament using the Whispers Delicate Deer die (not currently in stock).

Die-Versions Dies Used



Thanks so much for stopping by!! Have a wonderful day!! Big hugs :)

44 comments:

  1. Wow! That ornament is so neat looking. Thanks for adding the pictorial...perfect way to see how to make one. : )

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  2. Oh my goodness Lisa, this is stunning. I think I would have broken the bauble if I try and do what you did....a bit heavy handed but love this whole concept...xx{aNNie}

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  3. oh wow! this is stunning1
    love it!
    lots of hugs. have a nice day
    Happy Holidays!
    hugs

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  4. Gorgeous Christmas gift set Lisa!
    Happy Holidays,
    Hugs
    Samra
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  5. Wow!! Lovely projects! You did a fab job with alcohol inks! Ornament & card is so gorgeous! Love the beautiful blend of colors and the dies & flower on the ornament looks very pretty!

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  6. Have a great day & Happy Holidays!
    Big Hugs
    Priyanka :)

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  7. Wow, these are just beautiful Lisa! The process of the ornament reminds me of our poinsettia bush we had in Florida. So full of poinsettia flowers red flowing into red with little yellow and green centers here and there.
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  8. very pretty. I thought the deer was on the inside. awesome!

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  9. WOW, WOW, Lisa!!! The ornaments are SO BEAUTIFUL!!! I love theme both!! Your card is also beautiful!!! I love the gorgeous colors, the fabulous ribbon and flowers!!!
    Awesome set my friend!!
    Have a great day.
    Gerda

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  10. Wow Lisa what a fabulous set! Your ornament is amazing. The background you created for the cool reindeer is beautiful beautiful! The card is equally beautiful! The wonderful flowers is the perfect emebellie for it too :) Have a Great week Lisa :)

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  11. OMG! I absolutely the look of the ornament. I need to make ornaments for my skinny tree and I am going to use your tutorial. I can't wait to try it. :-). Have a great week. April

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  12. Wow, Lisa, your baubles are fabulous! Love how you used alcohol ink to create the awesome colour! The card is gorgeous too! Awesome background!

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  13. Wow, such a gorgeous ornament and card, Lisa. Thank you so much for the step by step tutorial. I need to buy some Alcohol inks too. Your embellishing is just gorgeous. Love the white flowers. 💕

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  14. Lisa what a truly wonderful set you have beautifully created ! The ornaments the card absolutely lovely !!
    Hugs&Blessings,
    Mayra

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  15. Oh be still my heart, this is amazing, Lisa! What a GORGEOUS ornament, and crafted from the heart ♥ The matching card is equally beautiful! I have an ormanet for my blog post on Wednesday but suddenly I feel very unworthy - LOL! LOVE LOVE your work, my friend ♥

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  16. Oh my goodness, this looks like so much fun! You have amazed me with each of your baubles! And this card is just gorgeous. Christmas hugs, Autumn

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  17. Oh, Lisa, what an absolutely stunning set of a card and ornament! Thanks so much for a great tutorial, I really need to try this! The colors are gorgeous and I adore your flowers! Glorious festive creations, my friend! Love it to bits! Christmas hugs! Branka xx

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  18. Beautiful ornament and gift! Someone will be very lucky this Christmas. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  19. Beautiful ornament and card, Lisa. Thanks for showing how you did it. I think I will buy some ornaments and do these for next year.

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  20. Wow, both your card and ornament is just stunning Lisa!!! Where did you find white ornaments?? I love how the inking came out on it. I know you can do this with the clear ornaments, but I am totally crushing on it on the white ornament! Your card is just as beautiful too my friend. No I can't believe Christmas is less than a week away! It seems to sneak in here faster and faster with each passing year. lol Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year my sweet friend!!! Hugs, Brenda

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  21. Wow wow wow beautiful ornament and card love the die cuts and beautiful flower you did a great job as always and thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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  22. wow these projects are amazing!! At first I thought you just put a die cut on the ornaments...but you painted them as well!! Love them all they are really cool!

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  23. Absolutely gorgeous! I am so in love with these colors! I will have to try this too! Thanks for the inspiration!! Hugs, Robin

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  24. Stunning, stunning, stunning Lisa my friend!! Your Christmas tree, must look amazing with all these fabulous creations hanging from it! Have a wonderful week! Love, Hazel xx

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  25. oooooOOOOooooOOOo shiny! The alcohol inks on those ornaments is a genius idea! I'm definitely going to have to give that a go! And the card matches so well without being tooooo matchy matchy!

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  26. Your ornament and card are so beautiful! I just love the ink technique you used, thanks for the tutorial, by the way! The intricate vinyl cuts look gorgeous against the background of the ornament! Very pretty card too, this project is a gift in itself, love it!

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  27. Wow wow wow!!! Such amazing ornaments with alcohol inks and vinil!! Love, love the textures of the alcohol inks!! The vinil diecuts look great on them! Breathtaking effects!! The matching card is just gorgous! How creatives works of art!!! You always amaze me! Fab works!!
    I wish you a very Merry Christmas!
    Hugs!

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  28. This just knocks my socks off! So very stunning. I love how you did the ornament, it is just beautiful. Adding the matching card makes a perfect gift. You are so gifted and share the best ideas.

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  29. Fabulous card and ornament. The alcohol inks have created stunning backgrounds. xx

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  30. OH MY HEAVENS! Your ornament is GORGEOUS!!!! Thank you for the tutorial as well... I seriously need to try this! The matching card is just a beautiful.. the colors you combined look so Elegant - Fantastic set Lisa! Love, love it!

    Theresa

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  31. Awesome ornament and beautiful card, I will have to try this!

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  32. Fabulous card and a really beautiful ornament, great idea to use alcohol inks for the surface! Thanks for explaining your fab technique too!!!
    Hugs, Mar

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  33. Love your ornament and Christmas card with the deer head! The background you made for the ornament is gorgeous!

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  34. Absolutely gorgeous ornaments and cards my friend!!! I love working with alcohol inks! You did a beautiful job! Happy Holidays Lisa!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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  35. I am slightly lost for words..... both baubles are jaw droppingly stunning Lisa! I need to try this!! Your matching card is a stunner too - elegant and opulent and just downright gorgeous my friend!!

    I hope you have a wonderful day today and get lots of goodies to play with - Happy Birthday dear Lisa!!! Big hugs, Anne xxx

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  36. What a beautful ornament. Love the rich colors and thanks for showing us the process of creating this beatuy. Will be a bautiful adddition to any tree. The card is also beautiul. Love the textures and cuts.
    Have a creative day.
    Nana
    ♥ My Crafting Channel ♥
    ♥ MCC Shop ♥

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  37. Wow, this is just gorgeous. I would never have thought to do this. Thanks you for sharing. Did you put anything over the ornament to seal it?

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  38. These would make such lovely gifts. Thank you for sharing your techniques and tips. Merry Christmas Bliss...

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  39. Wow - what an amazing gift set!! Both of your ornaments and the card are uber gorgeous Lisa! Wonderful use of the dies and I really love how you inked the baubles!! Nicola x

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  40. I love the beautiful job you did on the gorgeous ornament!The matching card is absolutely stunning my friend!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    M'
    Crafting with Creative M

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  41. Wow, these are amazing. I love the inking and those dies are fabulous.

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  42. Oh wow. Great use of those dies and I love the effect of the alcohol inks - so cool!

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  43. Beautiful ornaments and card! There's nothing you can't work your magic on! I could see an entire tree made with these beauties! Hugs!

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