Using the ornament punch

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Ornament Punch - Candles
It has been awhile since I last used this punch. I got it out only a couple of weeks ago to make Christmas cards for a class I was teaching. I wanted to show the class how versitile it was and so made up a few samples of how it could be used. I cased some ideas of the internet such as this candle card below. (The original was made by Lynda, from the USA. You can visit her website at She had a great punch to make the oozing wax effect but I have used crystal effects instead. I have also used the bird wing (from the bird builder punch) to create the inner flame and I have made holly leaves using the large oval punch which I then inserted into the square scallop punch to create the indents in the leaves. The holly berries have also been given a shine with the crystal effects.

Vase of Daisies
A lot of people have made the ornament punch into a vase. I chose to fill my vase with daisies made from the smallest petal of the blossom petal builder punch. 

Perfume Bottles
This was the swap I made for the Fiji incentive trip. I was really pleased with how it turned out. I have instructions in how to make this awning card and the bottles on my tutorials.

Thanks for stopping by from Rhonda 



+1 # RE: Using the ornament punchKeryn Campbell 2011-10-22 20:50
Wow! Thanks for the fabulous ideas for using the Ornament punch. Looking forward to having a go at making daisies with my blossom builder punch now too.
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+1 # rmpoohbear75@gmail.comRhonda Miller 2011-10-28 03:19
Wow, what great uses for the ornament punch. I just love those candles. TFS.
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0 # RE: Using the ornament punchCarol Carriveau 2011-10-28 07:29
I absolutely love all of your cards and would LOVE to have the tutorial for the perfume bottles as I'd love to make a card for my DSIL...she has a small collection and know she would love this card! Great use of our punches for the candle card...will definitely have to try my hand at that one and love the shiny look to the dripping wax!
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0 # RE: RE: Using the ornament punchRhonda 2011-10-28 15:07
Hello Carol
Instructions of how to make this card can be found under the tutorials tab at the side of my webpage.
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0 # RE: Using the ornament punchmaida 2011-10-29 11:45
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0 # RE: Using the ornament punchBeverlyBL 2011-10-31 12:54
Wow! You have some great stuff. I especially love your candles. Got to you from Kim Score's recommendation.
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