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Tutorial Step-By-Step How To Make DIY Paper 3D Circle Ornament

Actually it is easy to make DIY Paper 3D Circle Ornament. Take your kids, prepare some basic tools, materials and colors and just follow step-by-step tutorial to make your own beautiful Paper 3D Circle Ornament.

Credit: splitcoaststampers

Just prepare all materials you will need and lets start!

You will need following materials and tools:

Cardstock

Circle die (3" Spellbinders circle die used here)

Stamps (Our Daily Bread designs Christmas Pattern Ornament stamp set used here)

Ink

Scoring tool

Die cutting machine

Scissors

Strong adhesive (Zip Dry Glue used here)

2 long decorative stick pins

1 crystal bead - 10-15mm

Cording - 11 inches

Ribbon

Step 1. Die cut eight cardstock circles all the same size. Stamp with a coordinating circle stamp, or other background image.

Step 2. Fold or score each of the 8 circles in half on the side without stamping. Fold each circle in half.

TIP: Use a scoring board or attachment for a crisp center line.

Step 3. Glue together two circles by placing adhesive on half of each circle on the unstamped side.

Step 4. Continue gluing the circles together by placing adhesive on one half of each circle until 4 circles are adhered together.

Step 5. Fold cording or twine in half to create a hanger. Make sure to have looped end out about 1 1/2" - 2" above the circle ornament. Glue in to ornament center.

NOTE: The ends should not hang out at the bottom.

Step 6. Set aside ornament a minute while you place decorative bead on one beaded stick pin.

Step 7. Adhere both stick pins into the center of the folds, placing the stick pin with the added bead at the top where the cording or twine is folded. Beads should be placed to the outside of the circle’s edge.

Step 8. Continuing placing adhesive on one half of the remaining circles and adhering to the ornament.

Step 9. On the last circle place adhesive on both sides and insert so there are no longer any blank sides showing.

Step 10. Tie ribbon in a bow around the very top of the ornament.

Step 11. Complete and display the ornament.

You can make it in any color with any paper..


Anna
Tired since Jun 2018

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