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Blog Hop with Creative Imaginations and Xyron! Peace * Love * Joy * Dimensional Holiday Canvas Ornaments

A Christmas Ornament

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with today's project using supplies from Faber Castell Design Memory Craft, Creative Imaginations, and Xyron. With Christmas just around the corner, I'm busy making handmade ornaments to adorn our tree and to include in gifts this year.

Now, let me walk you through the steps.

1. Color a piece of watercolor paper or canvas using the ARTGRIP Aquarelle watercolor pencils from the Mixed Media Aquarelle & Ink: GREEN (#770202) pack.













2. Blend the colors with a wet brush.


3. Ink up a background stamp using the Big Brush Pen # 170 (May Green) from Mixed Media Aquarelle & Ink: GREEN (#770202) pack.


4. Layer the big Christmas tree stencil on the colored and stamped paper/canvas and rub Gelatos (Pistachio and Green Tea) in and around it. Blend gelato colors with a blending tool. Create two trees the same way.


5. Cut out the trees and add a top coat with Creative Imaginations Luminarte Twinkling H2O Ice # 29030 from the Holiday Sparkle collection. Let dry.


6. Use Xyron Mega Runner to glue along the edges of the trees on the back.


7. Stick the trees back to back leaving some opening near the top. Stuff some cotton balls in to make a puffy ornament. Add a strip of fabric or piece of ribbon folded in a small loop at the top. Seal all the edges and stitch for a finished look.

















You can also personalize your tree ornament with stickers, stamps, etc. Hope you enjoyed the project and will use these products to create your own handmade Christmas ornaments this year!


1. Faber Castell Design Memory Crafts Mixed Media Aquarelle & Ink: GREEN (#770202)

2. Faber Castell Design Memory Crafts Color Gelatos® 4ct - GREEN (#770158)

3. Creative Imaginations Luminarte Existencil Expressions 12x12 Stencil

4. Creative Imaginations Luminarte Twinkling H2O Holiday Sparkle 29030 Ice

5. Xyron Mega Runner

6. Watercolor paper/ Canvas

7. Sponge/another blending tool

8. Any background stamp you may have

9. Sewing machine/needle & thread

10. Cotton balls

11. Ribbon/ strip of fabric


MouprofileMou Saha  Mou won the Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame in 2007, was a member of their Dream Team in 2009 and you've seen her work in numerous craft publications. She currently collaborates with 7 Gypsies, Anna Griffin, Glitz Design and October Afternoon. 


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Miriam Prantner

So pretty and thanks so much for the step by step instructions! Love this!

Julie A. Shearer

Beautifuly done .

Sue D

Great instructions to make these pretty tree ornaments.

Larissa Heskett =)

THANKS for sharing the FUN idea!! This is so BEAUTIFUL and I LOVED the tutorial!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

Amy Jones#8546

This is really neat. I love the technique you use here. Made for one Beautiful ornament.

Kel H

Really cute project, going onto my list of new ones to try for the holidays

beatrice lawson

Mou, this is so beautiful!! I would love a tree decorated with these beautiful ornaments.


The ornament is so cute! Thanks for the step by step.

Cat von Hassel-Davies

What a pretty and easy project.

barbara lassiter

This is so very pretty! I love handmade ornaments on trees!


Pretty colors. Where do you get the stencil, it's fantastic. I'm really loving this hop so far, I haven't really used my watercolor pencils much and I'm learning a lot.

Robin Buchholz

I love this!


This is so cute!

Kim H

Im really surised how well those watercolor pencils, the effect is beautiful. love how you add the stamping, its a very subtle but great effect. thank you for sharing and the picture tutorials.


Love this...would make a great kid project for a teacher!

Ann Jobes

How fun is that! Love the puffy dimension and the beautiful techniques used!

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Love these! what a fun project! x

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