Stampin' Up! Quite Curvy Bundle with Ornate Floral Embossing Folder and the Inked Embossing Folder Technique
Stampin' Up! Slimline 2020 Christmas Card using In The PInes and Wrapped in Christmas stamp sets

Handmade 2020 Christmas Wood Slice Ornaments using Stampin' Up! products.

Hello craft people. I have something a bit different for you today. I made these hand stamped wood slice Cjristmas ornaments using Stampin Up products, and I have a video tutorial to show you how I made them. I have also included a supply list, and where to buy the wood slices if you are in Australia. 

I love how these turned out. I have used the Wishes and Wonder stamp set, and In the Pines stamp set (both from the 2020 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue) with some colouring and masking to make them. I love the handmade farmhouse style of these DIY ornaments!

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia.

I've made a video tutorial to show you how this one is made.

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia

Video Tutorial

Here's a closer look at the one that I painted with acrylic paint first.

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia

Here's a closer look at the embellishments I chose for each ornament. I wanted this one to be gold and sparkly.

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia

For this one I wanted a more neutral effect, so I used linen thread and Very Vanilla scalloped lace with the jingle bells (all available in my online store - see links at the end of the post).

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia

 

Where did I get my supplies?

  • For the Stampin' Up! products I used to stamp, colour and embellish, you can find the product links to my online store at the end of the post.
  • I got the sealant and acryic paint at my local hardware store in the craft aisle.
  • I got my wood slices from a local to me supplier, in the Yarra Valley of Victoria Australia. I was really happy with the smooth sanding and quality of their products, packaging and quick delivery (and I love to shop local), which means I am happy to recommend them for those of you who live in Australia. They are called Stringybark Supplies and they have many different sizes and options at a good price for the great quality. 

I hope you enjoy making you own hand stamped wood slice ornaments. I intend to write a little message on the back and gift them (I love the tradition of gifting ornaments). They would be great for market stalls too.

Handmade Wood Slice Ornament using 2020 Stampin Up Supplies. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia

 

Get Free Weekly PDF Tutorials From Me

If you loved this project, sign up to get a weekly free project tutorial designed by me, and sent to your email each weekend.

Join my Subscriber Community for a free PDF Tutorial every week.

or Subscribe to receive all my Blog Posts by Email

Shutterstock_1456013552

All the products I have used today are available NOW in my Stampin' Up! Online Store, and all the individual products are linked at the bottom of the post. When you shop online with me in Australia, and use the monthly Host Code, you also qualify for a small thank you gift mid the month after your purchase. My customers love getting these little gifts in the mail. Here's the shop link (individual product links at the end of the post), and this month's host code (if it's past October when you are reading this, this month's code is in the right hand column or HERE). You can read about three ways to shop with me HERE.

Shop Online

November Host Code

Thanks for checking in today. I hope you have a happy day and find some crafting time in there somewhere. See you again soon,

Claire

Product List

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Etta Buchwald

Thank you so much for this idea. My daughter will really enjoy this craft idea. I found some wooden circles at Create for Less and we are going to give it a try.

Wanda Pettijohn

I LOVE this. I had to give it a try. I didn't have the deer set so I used the tree and bird from the "Snow Front" set. It as fun and easy to do. I posted it on my blog and added a link to your site. TFS, this was a very fun project.

Therese Smith

These are great Claire, thanks for the video and the address of the supplier.

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Working...
Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.

Working...

Post a comment

Your Information

(Name and email address are required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)