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Video Tutorial – Dimensional Ornaments Card

November 9th, 2010 by Avital

Dimensional Ornaments Card

I wanted to share with you a quick and simple card I made. You can also use the same technique to create ornaments for your tree. You may use any symmetrical shape to make it.


How To

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Step by Step Instructions

  1. Cut you cardstock at 4¼” lengthwise and fold in half to create your card base.
  2. For each ornament, punch 5 punched pieces of patterned paper and fold each one in half.
  3. Adhere only one half of the punched piece to the second one, making sure the edges are aligned and repeat on all five punched pieces.
  4. Repeat for all the ornaments you want to add to your card.
  5. Decide how you want to lay your ornaments on your card and pierce a hole on top of each ornament and another hole on the fold of the card in a straight line above each ornament.
  6. Thread your embroidery floss through both pierced holes and tie at the bottom, close to the top of each ornament.
  7. To secure the knot, apply a glob of a strong liquid glue on each knot and attach a gem to it, to conceal the glue.
  8. Adhere the ornaments below each knot.
  9. Stamp your greeting.


What holidays are you celebrating in the next couple months? I am really excited about Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. Share yours by leaving a comment below.

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33 Comments to “Video Tutorial – Dimensional Ornaments Card”

  1. Great card my Friend!
    Congrats on winning the prize at M.M!!

  2. Michelle says:

    That is a great card. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Patchi says:

    What a great card! I made one with a similar technique on Monday:

    I love the ornament idea!

  4. Kristen says:

    What a great simple elegant Christmas card! I wasn’t going to make Christmas cards this year but maybe I will now! Thanks for the tutorial!

  5. Laura says:

    Great idea! I love how it’s simple but effective. The 3D is fun too!

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  8. Char says:

    I love this 3D card! Fantastic job! I will try it this year for my ‘special people’ Christmas cards…Thanks for sharing!

  9. Sigrid says:

    This is very clever and sweet!

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  11. Stefania says:

    Thanks a lot for this shared project. My children will enjoy making Christmas cards this year, thanks to your creativity!

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  13. Jan Wilson says:

    Very clear instructions…thank you.

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  16. jaime says:

    excellent demo and very cute and simple idea! thanks for posting. Happy Holidays!

  17. novalla says:

    what a cute card! I can’t wait to try it

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  19. Stacey says:

    Thank you so much!!! This is just what I need! Your instructions are so clear and the 3D effect is so incredible! 🎄❤️❤️

  20. Sherry says:

    I loved your video. Thanks for sharing this delightful card.