December 1, 2009

First Day of QuicKutz Ornaments

We love hearing from our QuicKutz retailers around the globe. Occasionally we receive fun project ideas—projects that we know you’ll love, too! Jennifer from Beach Scrapbooks in Virginia Beach recently sent us a variety of ornaments that she and her team created from QK dies. These ornaments, made from both old and new dies, are sure to brighten up a Christmas tree, a door handle, or a window sill.

Stay tuned over the next 12 days as we unveil Beach Scrapbook’s creations. We’ll give you tips on how you can create your own ornaments, as well.

Festive holiday d├ęcor made by hand. Does it get any better than that?

QuicKutz Dies Used:

Nesting Circles CC-CIRCLES-01
Nesting Flowers CC-FLOWERS-01
Nesting Stars CC-SHAPE3-021
Tree REV-0253

Note: Beach Scrapbooks also used the Franki SkinniMini Alphabet on this ornament. Because Beach Scrapbooks has been collecting our dies for awhile, you may see a few discontinued products used in the completion of the project, including the Frankie SkinniMini Alphabet. You are welcome to substitute dies or alphabets for others in your collection. In this case, another great option is our 4X8 Sticky Note Alphabet.

Thanks again to Beach Scrapbook's creative designers who made these great ornaments: Jen Goodwin, Janice Roller, Melissa Hudgins, Amy Norman, Elizabeth Kipp, Linda Ross, Susan Hobbs, Jody Blaufus, Michelle Avants, and Barry Webster.

Check out Beach Scrapbook's blog for more great ideas for any time of year!