by Roni Johnson
It’s almost time to start decorating the Christmas tree and in preparation for this fun family event, I have started making new ornaments. Inspired by the color of the month – Frosted Blue – I thought it would be fun to create an ornament or two using Imagine’s Vertigo film paired with Imagine’s various mediums in lovely shades of blue.
Time: 30 minutes + dry time
Die-cut 3 hearts in 3 different sizes of any given shape. I am using Xcut hearts both in scallop and plain. I used 3 different styles of Vertigo film – (large to small) – Prism, Taffeta and Tilted.
Rub a thin layer of Blue Hawaii StazOn Studio Glaze over the medium size shape and let dry.
Once the glaze has dried, spread a second layer of Cotton White Studio Glaze over Blue Hawaii. Sprinkle a generous layer of Iridescent White Flitter Flakes over the glaze. Let the glaze dry then shake off the loose flitter.
Affix the medium size heart to the large heart.
Rub Blue Hawaii StazOn Ink to the outer edges of the small heart.
Sponge Paradise, Blue Belle and Medieval Blue VersaFine Clair ink on a piece of white cardstock.
Die-cut several small snowflakes from the inked cardstock.
Use a brad to attach desired snowflakes to the center of the ornament.
Attach jump-rings and any additional embellishments as desired. Make a hanger for the ornament from blue wire using jewelry tools.
- Vertigo – Prism, Taffeta, Tilted
- StazOn – Blue Hawaii
- StazOn Studio Glaze – Blue Hawaii, Cotton White
- VersaFine Clair – Blue Belle, Paradise, Medieval Blue
- Sponge Dauber
- Craft Mat
- Meyers Imports – Iridescent White Flitter Flakes
- White Cardstock
- Jewelry tools – wire, jump rings, pliers
- Mini Bell
- Decorative brad
- Die-cut Machine
2 thoughts on “Learn How to Use Vertigo Surfaces to Create Ornaments”
SUPER NICE JOB!!!!!!!
Reblogged this on Kathy's Crafts and things and commented:
WAY NICE ORNAMENT IDEA!!!!!!