Friday, 13 November 2020

Stamp 'N Hop November Blog Hop: 3D

Nigezza Creates aka Gez, Independent Stampin' Up® Demonstrator 


Thank you for visiting my blog, I really do appreciate it. Today I am on the Stamp N Hop blog hop. You should have hopped here from Cheryl. The theme is a 3D project so I made this Christmas bauble. I have CASE'd the Paper Pixie for this from last year. I really liked how this looked and I do love making my own Christmas decorations. 







Paper Bauble For Your Christmas Tree


Measurements and Materials

  • You can get 3 of these from a sheet of 12"x12" paper 
  • You need 3 strips that measure
    • 1 5/8" x 7 3/4"
  • Score on the long side @
    • 1/2" - 1 1/4" - 3 1/4" - 4 7/8" - 6 7/8"
    • DO NOT BURNISH THESE SCORE LINES!
  • Then you need to add curves to the 2 rectangular sections
    • I used the 3rd largest layering circle but any curved edge that fits between the score lines to create a curve would work
    • Press along these curve lines
    • Add a punched hole to the centre of one of the rectangles
  • 10" length of ribbon
  • You really need to watch the video to see how to put this together!



Video Tutorial


The video will be published on Tuesday so be sure to pop back then :-) 

Time for the closeups!



Paper Bauble For Your Christmas Tree

Paper Bauble For Your Christmas Tree

Paper Bauble For Your Christmas Tree

Paper Bauble For Your Christmas Tree





I hope you like this project and will give it a try. To make sure you don't miss any of my projects why not subscribe to my YouTube channel, follow my blog and subscribe to my newsletter? I will be back tomorrow, until then ... click on the next button to see what Sandra has made and continue on the hop :-) 

Happy Crafting!

Gez xxx 





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22 comments:

  1. I love these Gez, I too have just made a load for my family, they are beautiful done in this DSP, gorgeous x

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    1. Thanks Jo, I am going to make some more on other foiled DSP, so happy with how they look :-)

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  2. Oh my goodness this is adorable Gez, love it x

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  3. Love everything about your project Gez. Simply stunning. Thanks for joining us this month at Stamp n' Hop.

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  4. I really love this Gez, will be having a go, its beautiful xx

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  5. This is stunning Gez. Will wait for the video to try and CASE!

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    1. Thank you Jill, give it ago I am sure you will manage :-)

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  6. I've got to have a go. Gorgeous project Gez

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  7. How cool are these. They look hard so I can't wait to see your video.

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    1. Thank you Narelle, only slightly tricky at the end otherwise straight forward :-)

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  8. This is gorgeous, and so clever! Will look fab on the tree.x

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    1. Thank you Stacey, I am going to make some more, huse needs lots of decorations this year to cheer us all up :-)

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  9. You make it sound so easy but it looks really complicated. Will have to come back and check out your video once its up. Thanks for sharing

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    1. It's quite easy with just one tricky bit that is easy by the second one ...honest! lol

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  10. Lovely decoration Gez! I only saw this shape recently and I love it!!
    I am planning on making some of these soon xx

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  11. This is fab Gez, will be having a go at one of these, cute for my christmas tree Thanks for sharing

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  12. Wow, Gezz. This is fantastic. I love the shape and the DSP. Thanks for sharing.

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