DIY · Ephemera

Christmas Ornaments Type 1 – Day 2

I have designed several different types of easy paper Christmas ornaments in various vintage bauble shapes, and hope you will try some of them out:

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Here are the next two ornaments of Type 1:
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  • Print the ornament on cardstock, my go-to paper is Canon Matte Photo Paper (160g)
  • Score on the dotted lines and fold
  • Cut out the 4 pieces
  • Glue the pieces back-to-back, to create a 3D ornament.
  • You might want to subtly ink the edges, to avoid seing the white paper…
  • To hang, either punch a hole and insert ribbon, or sandwich the ribbon in the middle when glueing the pieces together
  • Optional: I used spray glue and glittered the whole ornament for som grand seasonal sparkle 🙂
  • Optional: For some of my ornaments I also glued glass glitter on the edges. I used silver, and gold, and even pearl for some, which gives a beautiful frosted look. If you opt for glittered edges, you can skip the inking 😉
  • TADAH: you have a lovely 3D ornament to decorate your tree, or hang in a window 🙂

The files are free for your personal use and enjoyment. Go to the download folder below to grab your high quality copies 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Christmas Ornaments Type 1 – Day 2

  1. Thanks for these Gunnvor and for the picture as my brain couldn’t quite work out how these went – now all is clear so I’ll be having a go at making them very soon. x

  2. Thank you so much for sharing all these lovely ornaments with us; it is very generous of you. And thank you for the awesome photo, too. I’m not very good at visualizing the finished product in my mind, so this is very useful.
    I bet you always have snow at Christmas in Norway. Here in the state of Maryland in the USA, we rarely have a white Christmas 😦

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