Ideas for Using Ornament Layering Dies | by Ardyth Percy-Robb

Good morning! Ardyth here with loads of ideas for using three of the new ornament die sets: Ornament Basics, Marisol Ornament and Twinkle Ornament.

First, I made some cards. For the one on the left, I used the outline of the Marisol ornament as a negative stencil and blended ink through. Then I put the top layer of the Marisol set over and blended more ink to create tone-on-tone stripes.

I used the Marisol ornament die cuts as layered stencils to create the one on the right, along with the Big Sugar Script Joy sentiment.

The new Memory Box Polished Foil paper pad has 12 different colours of foils and I used them for my ornament toppers and sentiments.

Next, I used them to make some tags. The top and bottom tags used the top layer of the Marisol set, along with foil papers from the Polished Foil paper pad.

I used one of the Christmas Plaid patterned papers to make the Joy tag (left).

I also used one leafy layer from the Marisol set along with a solid background from the Ornament Basics set (right).

Finally, I made two ornaments. The one on the left uses the top two layers of the Twinkle set – that oval is the perfect frame for photos. And I added the same two layers to the back, with a photo of my son, so that this ornament has 2 ‘pretty’ sides!

The one on the right uses the die cuts I used as stencils for one of my cards, also doubled-up so that the back is pretty.

There are so many ways for these die sets to be used and combined to create fun and meaningful projects for the holidays!

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