Hello and welcome back to the Penguin Palace blog!
If you happen to be looking for handmade Christmas Ornament ideas, look no further! Our Guest Designer Allison is sharing some adorable shaker ornaments with us today!
These shaker ornaments are just so cute! Allison used the Dahlia Stencils 360° to create two backgrounds in the traditional Christmas palette, red and green.
She die cut the backgrounds with a circle die and added a circular ornament die cut and a piece of acetate on top to form her shaker. I love the shimmery snowflakes embellishments to compliment the wintry scenes!
These adorable images and sentiment are from Sounding Joy stamp set, and they are the perfect additions to these ornaments!
Thank you so much Allison, your projects are so pretty!
We’re dedicating today’s showcase to Gift Tags!! Who doesn’t love to receive heart warming handmade gift tag along with their present?! And creating them can also be just as fun!
I used a bunch of different colors heavyweight cardstocks from our Spectrum Collection for these tags. These cardstocks range from soothing pastels for every occasion, to bright vibrant colors which are great for holiday projects!
These tags have stitched and embossed details along with large windows that are perfect for shaker tags!
These are super fun and easy to make, yet they are the perfect addition to any gift!
I hope you enjoyed today’s Gift Tags inspirations. Tomorrow we will wrap up our Countdown with some more products reveal. New Goodies will be in the shop on 5 Dec and we will be announcing all Giveaway Winners on 5 Dec! Don’t forget to leave your comments before 9:00p.m. PST tomorrow for a chance to win!
Bonus: If you haven’t done so, head over to our Instagram Giveaway Post for an extra chance to win ALL 5 stamp sets from our new release! Have a lovely weekend!
Then I added two sentiments from the same stamp set. I stamped “Season’s Greetings” using Simon Hurley’s dye ink Remember Me, and “Happy Holidays” in Spiced Marmalade Distress Oxide Ink. I thought these colors went well with the backgrounds.
To complete the tags, I used some matching colors trimming and added some sparkly gems!