Snowmen Ornaments

How about today we cool things down just a little bit?  Today I'm going to share a couple of different snowmen ornaments that I've created.  All which have their own little ornament box for gifting.
The first set of ornaments are ones that I first started making about five years ago.  And I haven't finished making boxes for all of them as I was doing a test for sizing so only completed one.  These little guys were born out of a place card setting I saw here using the round ornaments. 
Their place cards were made using the plastic ornaments that come apart so that you can fill them with goodies.  But since I wasn't doing that with mine I glittered the inside and then used my Cricut for the following cuts:
  • George for the eyes
  • Christmas Cheer for the noses
Both the eyes and noses were cut from vinyl and adhered.
The next set of ornaments I have to share were created using my Silhouette and some files that were shared in one of my Facebook groups.  These were really fun and I love the way that they turned out.  Quick, easy and oh so adorably cute.
And the ornament boxes?  Well those are from Silhouette store.  The round snowman with hat is in the scalloped ornament box and the snowman faces are in the 3D Puffy Box Pinked.
Now I'm off to enter my ornaments into the following challenges:

Hiding in My Craft Room - Christmas in July - Ends July 30th
DL Art - July Linky Challenge - Ends Sunday, July 31st
Fantabulous Cricut Challenge - Anything Goes - Ends July 31st


Scrapper69 said...

Soooo CA-UUUTE!!! They are just too cute Barbara! Lovin' the snowman ornaments & the matching boxes!!! Very cool!

Theresa’s Crafty Creations

Penny Light said...

These are all adorable! Really great cuts with the box and the vinyl on the ornaments. Aren't you the most creative one! Thanks for joining us at FCCB.

DIANA L. said...

Wow! These are really super Barbara. Olaf is so darn cute and you did an awesome job making these. Thanks for joining us at FCC. DIANA L. FCC DT member

Laura Turcotte said...

ohmigoodness---that is too cute for words! Thank you for sharing with us on the HIMCR blog!!!