Monday, August 15, 2011

Glass Ball Cone Ornament Tutorial

Monday, Monday!! 

I hope everyone had a great weekend! We had our 5th Annual DCWV Summer Party at Lagoon Amusement Park! Everyone gets to bring their families for a day of roller coasters, entertainment shows, yummy food and lots of fun. Just another reason why I work for the best company in the world who IS a family and who VALUES families. Thank you, DCWV, for a great day! My kids had so much fun....highlight was my 7 year old riding the scariest roller coaster in the park with my boss, Dave! Hilarious :)

First off, I have LOVED reading all of your comments from Friday's video!! I always go back to the designers and tell them generally which stacks are your favorites based on your comments. This release, I swear all 7 stacks got EQUAL LOVE :) I love it when that happens!! One lucky winner...




GrandmaTo5 said...





My favorites are definitely Cherry Limeade and French Country. I can see lots of uses for them!


And it really is so easy!! You can get 4 ornaments from a 12x12 piece of cardstock. Here are the details!

Click HERE for the cone template

{Click on instructions to enlarge}

Can't wait to show you more! Some of the trickier ones will have videos, but overall....they are all pretty darn easy! Have a great Monday!!! See you very, very soon!!

9 comments:

  1. LOVE it! I'm definitely making some. For those who missed out on CHA, I THANK YOU for posting these!!!!

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  2. These are cute! Are this year's Christmas Stacks out already?

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  3. Congrats to the lucky winner. The cones are so cute. I think I am going to make some for my tree. I have the traditional red and green and think adding the cones to the balls will give it a nice pop.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Congrats, GrandmaTo5!! Guess what you picked the same 2 stacks that I did!! Have fun!!

    This ornament is so beautiful, Erin! Thank you for sharing!!

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  5. congrats GrandmaT05! I am so looking forward to making some of these ornaments, I can't wait for the tutorials!

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  6. Congratulation to GrandmaTo5!!! and thank you for the instructions and template....I know I will be making these for my Christmas tree.....

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  7. Congrats to the winner! Thanks for the ornaments instructions. I don't like this one, but look forward to some of the others.

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  8. These will be hanging on my tree, for sure! Thanks for the tutorial and pattern.
    And congrats, GrandmaTo5!!

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  9. Is this a free download template or do I really have to pay money to subscribe to Scrib thingy to get the template? OR it says I can upload something. I really have nothing worth uploading.

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