Monday, November 30, 2015

How to Make a Christmas Shaker Ornament

Hi everyone :-)
Made a tutorial on how to make this Christmas shaker see through ornament with sequins and they are so fun and easy to make :-) Made some with regular paper, A Christmas Carol collection from Graphic 45 and some with glitter paper from Marianne Design. Also used a lot of bling trim from My little dreamer.

Video tutorial

Here is the ornament I show how to make in the video. 
I used Memory box drop ornament layers die to make it but you can also use your own shape. Have linked to my tutorial bellow where I show how to.
Use what you have and what you like to decorate it :-)

Here shown on pink background.

You get all this from the same cut

I decorated all the ornaments the same on both sides

Also made an other with silver glitter paper.On this I used some stars from Tim Holtz for decor.

On these I used white glitter paper

On this ornament I used creme cardstock painted with glitter.

Angel with leafs. In all I used star and some iridescent sequins.

It is great to use the middle parts cut outs to make some smaller ornaments :-)

Also made some with regular papers :-)
Poinsettia on the left is made from a Poppystams die.

On this I used A Christmas Carol collection from Graphic 45.
Used Carved Ornaments die from Tim Holtz to make the shape and used a circle punch for the middle part. Here I glued 2 different decor papers in between the foam layers so this id not a see through ornament. Fun to make them different :-)

The other side also with sequins inside. 

Had so much fun making all this for friends and family :-)

Supply list:
Memory box drop ornament layers 99225,foam board, glitter paper,sequins, glue,bling trim , seam binding, acetate or whatever you like to use :-)

Here is the link to my tassel tutorial,

Here is the link to how to make your own shapes,

And here is the link to my little dreamers Zibbet shop,

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link, other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Hope this tutorial is helpful and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. Loved the video! You inspired me to make these today, thank you again for such wonderful ideas.

  2. Thank you Anne for all of your beautiful inspiring videos.

  3. Thank you Anne, another inspiring tutorial. A brilliant idea for Christmas presents.

  4. Thank you so much,you are so creative:bravo!!


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