Reindeer Paper Burlap Ornament

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This post is sponsored by Glue Dots®.

Designer: Melanie East

Use printed burlap to create easy ornaments with an intricate look.


Materials:

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  • Craft Glue Dots® dispenser
  • DCWV printed burlap
  • DCWV cardstock, Luxe Lodge stack
  • Cricut Explore Machine
  • Cricut Winter Woodland cartridge
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Pencil
  • 6″ length of twine or ribbon
  • Large glass to use as a cutting template

Finished ornament : approx. 5″ wide, but ornament can be made into any desired size

Time: 15 minutes
Level: Intermediate

Note: While using the Cricut machine will allow for more intricate shapes, do not let the lack of a Cricut machine keep you from trying this lovely project. Use scissors and simpler shapes to create your own custom ornaments.


Assemble the Ornament:

1. Place the large glass on the back of a printed burlap sheet. Using a pencil, draw around the glass to create the circle shape.

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2. Use scissors to cut out the circle.

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3. With the Cricut Explore and the Cricut Winter Woodland cartridge, cut out deer shapes onto a piece of DCWV Luxe Lodge paper.

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4. Adhere the deer to the front of the printed burlap circle with Craft Glue Dots®.

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5. Use the hole punch to create a hole at the top of the circle. Add twine or ribbon through the hole in order to hang the ornament.

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Visit the Glue Dots website for more project ideas and helpful products that make holiday crafting easy and fun!

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