3-d Ornament – Gift Wrap

One of my favorite things about the holidays is wrapping gifts. I love it. I turn on some Christmas music, lock myself in a room with pretty paper, ribbon and embellishments and I could get lost for hours. So, kind of no surprise that I used today’s shape tied along with a name tag to embellish a gift box. It’s the perfect little something extra.

I think these 3d ornaments would look darling hanging on the Christmas tree too. Because you can cut it out of any paper, you can easily have it coordinate with your color scheme and other decor.

I hope you enjoy your new shape, and the rest of your weekend!

Shapes:

 3d ornament
doily
jewelry tag set

14 thoughts on “3-d Ornament – Gift Wrap

  1. Sandra W. says:

    I love this shape, but how do I put the pieces together?? I could use a tutorial..

    1. jeana says:

      Hi Sandra, there are now assembly instructions in the shape description. If you need additional instructions let me know and I will work on something to post here on the blog :)

    2. Sandra W. says:

      where exactly can I find this instructions? I can’t find it…

    3. jeana says:

      You can find them here http://www.silhouetteonlinestore.com/php/?page=view-shape&id=36358 in the shape description, or by right clicking on the shape in your library, then selecting show properties.

  2. Helen says:

    Cute! Which doily did you use? I’ll go take a look and see if I can find it.

    1. Helen says:

      I looked and looked for that image and I couldn’t find it……so thank you for letting me know :)

    2. jeana says:

      You are welcome! :)

  3. 2busy says:

    So pretty! I love the mixture of colors and textures.

  4. I agree with Sandra! This shape needs a tutorial.

    1. jeana says:

      You can find assembly instructions in the shape description. If you need additional instructions let me know and I will work on something to post here on the blog :)

  5. Nice shape but I really need a tutorial to assemble it!

    1. jeana says:

      Hi Manon… There are assembly instructions in the shape description. If you need additional instructions let me know and I will work on something to post here on the blog :)

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