VIDEO TUTORIAL: Glass Ball Ornaments – Part 2

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Can you say WOW?These glitter glass ball ornaments are simply amazing! Using a few Stampin Up supplies, such as Icicle Rub Ons, Classic Ink Pad refills and Fine Galazy (Cosmo or Supernova) Glitter, turn the ordinary ornament, into the extraordinary.

Stay tuned later this week for part 3 which will feature how to make the decorative box and clear top. The 3rd part of the video series show how to create the decorative box holder! Scroll for some more samples.
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Comments

  1. Tiffany Croteau says:

    I love these, they are beautiful. I can not wait to make them!

  2. Karen Pelkey says:

    Just a thought…could you hold the ornament over your stamp pad to not waste the extra ink? Love this idea. thanks for sharing.

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