Friday, December 16, 2011

KinderStampo's Ornaments and more Ornaments Blog Hop

Hi Everyone, Welcome to my blog. 
I'm so honored that I am a part of Jess' (KinderStampO) Blog Hop. Thank you Jess!  
These hops make me accountable, lol 
Well as you know we are making ornaments. I made this one last year and they were a hit, I think they are super cute. I like doing tutorials so I have pictures for you. 
I have the list of blogs post so in case you get lost. 
You came from Angie Blom

 Started Here> KinderStampO: www.KinderStampO.com
Karlas001: http://karlasloveblog.blogspot.com/
Angie Blom: http://angieblomdesigns.blogspot.com/
Liz Mullen: hhp;//Scrapiliciouslife.Blogspot.com >ME :)
My Quilling Nest: www.myquillingnest.com
Shelley: http://heartstring-designs.blogspot.com/
Tanya: http://evilscrapper.blogspot.com/
Celine: http://ptitesmimines.blogspot.com/
Canadian Nickel Scrapn: http://canadiannickelscrapn.blogspot.com/
Pam Bray: http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/
Kristina Byers: http://yourmemorieshere.blogspot.com/
Elisa Kammerdiener: http://www.perpetualstew.blogspot.com/
Corri Garza: www.buglvr.blogspot.com
Angela: http://delightfuldoings.blogspot.com/
Sigrid Martin: http://www.lovescrapreflect.blogspot.com/
Funky Cards: http://www.funkycards.blogspot.com/
Nicolette Simpson: www.beyondscrapin.blogspot.com
Lilli: http://crazycardmaker.blogspot.com/
Susan Brown: http://sbartist.blogspot.com/
Jessica Baker: http://thatzuneek.blogspot.com/
Sandy Jones: http://teardrop-loveandbeloved.blogspot.com/
Kari Sanchez: http://purplefuntastickcreations.blogspot.com/
Scrappinpinkpiglet: http://scrappinpinkpiglet.blogspot.com/
Sandra Rosario: http://365daysofcricut.blogspot.com/

I made a Snowman Ornament. 
One of my favorite characters during this holiday season. 
These are the things you need 
*Glass Ornament medium size. 
The box doesn't have the size on it. 
I got them at Micheal's 6 in a box
* Styrofoam ball 2" or 2 1/2"
*Snow-Tex
*wooden toothpick
the ones I used are from the cake decorating store
*Black and Orange acrylic paint
*glue gun
*9" pc. of tinsel
*Martha Stewart Holly punch
*green cardstock
which I cut into the berries


Pull the ornament apart. You only need the hanger and the glass ball


Now take the hanger and pinch it together and stuff it into the Styrofoam ball
you don't need glue.


Now put hot glue on the opening of the glass ball and shove the Styrofoam ball into. 
It does take a little force.



Now you are ready to coat the styrafoam ball with the snow-tex.
This will hold the hanger in place once it dries.


It will take a while to dry. While you wait you can do the following.


Paint the tips of the toothpick and once they dry you can cut them.


Like so. I used my Tim Holtz scissors.


Just put a little hot glue and shove the painted toothpick  it in to the head


Now your are ready to paint the face. Use the end of the paint brush
and dip it into the paint and just place the paint so that you make the eyes

and the mouth. I also added blush to his checks.
you can see that on the last picture.
I customized each ornament last year by putting the names of the kids with vinyl
I used my Cricut to do that.

  
So I customized this ornament too
as you can see :)
I will be putting the name of the follower that wins
this cute little guy.
I'll get to that, lol


and to finish up his little guy. I wrapped a 9" piece of tinsel and punched out a holy leaf and
 cut some of the bling mesh to make the berries.
I hope you like this cute ornament and much a I enjoyed making him.
So all the blogger on this hop are giving away the hand made ornament to one luck follower.
I will be personalizing the ornament that I'm giving away!
for the chance to win 
you need to be a follower of my blog
please let me know that you became a new follower
 or 
that you are a follower already.
If you can also share your favorite gift that YOU have given during the holiday season.
I love to read what you share
I will be announcing the winner on Monday the 19th
I want to wish you all have very HAPPY HOLIDAY season!
Thank you for stopping by 
your next stop is 
Don't forget to comment on all 24 blogs for a chance to win the BIG Prize!
Jess will be announce that on her blog

Happy Hopping,
~Liz

49 comments:

MsJay said...

That ornament is the cutest thing. TFS

Big Mama Kaboose said...
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Big Mama Kaboose said...

This is such a cute and easy idea. I think some snow or something in the ball would be cute too. Thanks for sharing. I just became a follower of your blog and one of the favorite gifts I've given was a box of Rice A Roni to one of my good friends. We bonded over a bowl of it one nite after a few drinks at karoke. It made him laugh. Alot. lol Merry CHristmas!
bigmamakaboose@pacbell.net

Anonymous said...

I am going to try this but put snow in his belly! So cute. Beth
bethandgreg@hotmail.com

Sandy jones said...

Im so going to give theses a go with my grandkids, we made paper snowmen last week but this looks way more fun and messes,, you got to love geting in a mess with the kids xx

thank you sweet xx

sandy xx :)

Ptitesmimines said...

What a cute snowman !
Thanks for sharing

Leanne said...

How cute is this!! I love it! I am now a follower and look forward to seeing all your crafty projects! Hugs, Leanne
tobusyscrapping at bellsouth dot net

sandyh50 said...

Oh how cute and wonderful to personalize for Christmas.

sdelong1228 said...

I love this idea, soooo cute!! I'm going to make one of these!!
sdelong1228@gmail.com

Angie Blom said...

WOW.. this is just amazing. I love Snowmen and the techniques are just wonderfully done.. I have to try this!!

Pammejo said...

Very cute ornament. TFS pammejo1@yahoo.com

leslierahye said...

P R E C I O U S! LOVE this!
:)
leslierahye @ nctv dot com
http://leslierahye.blogspot.com
http://www.facebook.com/leslierahyesfanpage

v said...

Cute little snowman! Great instructions! Love his little carrot nose;)

~Vanessa W

Tanya Von Grumbkow said...

Love it Liz! :)

Teri A said...

I really like what you did great job
Thanks,
Teri

Karla (KARLAS001 on YouTube) said...

OMG Liz its so cute!! I love it! He is so adorable! xoxo

Jess - KinderStampO said...

This is so stinking cute. I need to make one of these. Now to find glass ornaments : )

Jeanette said...

oh I love this one. very cute. forgot his button for his belly:))

Lynn said...

how clever is this! I will be hopping for more ideas! fun stuff!

PamS said...

I am a new follower on the google friend network. Your ornament is adorable...I love to decorate with snowmen for Christmas.
I made quilts for everyone in the family a few years ago. It took me almost 3 years to get them all completed but it was worth it.

bharsch said...

You are right these are so cute..love them

Erika Taylor said...

Oh my stinking goodness!!! This is super cute. Gotta grab some styrofoam today.

VaryScrappy said...

What a great use of the glass ball ornaments!

Shannon
sands.vary@symaptico.ca

Cathie w said...

love love love TFS!!!

Cathie
scraphappycat@gmail.com

VaryScrappy said...

P.S. Just became a follower via Networked Blogs

Friday said...

Very creative! Love snowmen. TFS...

quilt4fun2 said...

Sweet ornament...I like the vinyl lettering...great idea. I am a follower of your blog. My favorite gift I will give will be sugar scrub made with Bath and Body works bath gel.
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

Angela said...

As always - your work is fantastic. So proud of you. :D

Jess B. said...

this is fabulous! TFS Happy Holidays!

kathlee said...

Very CUTE!! I am a new follower! TFS>
Wishing you and yours a very Magical Christmas!
Kathie
kathlee154atgmaildotcom

Queen Mary said...

Liz, this is great! Thanks for all the steps! As I was decorating our tree today, it was all these home made ornaments that mean the most over the years!

ladydi47 said...

This will go perfect with my snowman collection! Thanks for sharing!
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Diana B.
mogardner47 at gmail dot com

Shannin said...

What a super cute ornament and thank you for the tutorial. I am a new follower and look forward to seeing more of your creations. I hpe you have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs
Shannin

Peaches23 said...

This ADORABLE!. I'm going to create one for my son. THank you for the inspiration.

4Him said...

So adorable!!! Alease

4Him said...

So adorable!!! Alease

Boni said...

HoHo Ho love this snow man mamadragon6@man.com

famillemarleau said...

Very nice ornement. I'm already a follower. What I like to give is an alter photo frame and I like doing my own embellishments. Thanks for the chance, Johanne L.

Kimberly said...

Super adorable...thanks for sharing.
kimbob27 at hotmail dot com

Deborah345 said...

Love it! Great Idea!

S.AJ said...

That's really cute and beautiful

Safiyaaj at gmail dot com

ms.espresso said...

great tutorial for this sweet ornament!

bev said...

Liz that is so adorable and sounds quite easy to make. Thank you for sharing. Gotta hop on to the next blog...I am really enjoying this!

marilyn said...

cute cute CUTE!!

scraphappybette said...

What a cute idea!!
TFS

Susan M. Brown {sbartist} said...

I want this frosty on my tree! He's so adorable. Thanks for the how-to ; )

hopefulcrafter said...

super cute, i will need to make one like this. thanks for sharing.

cburki1111 at gmail dot com

Pat K said...

How clever and cute! Thanks for sharing

Christmas Ornaments said...

I think you very perfect creator and your personalized snowman is very cute. I will try to make this snowmen. Wonderful creation!