Frosty Ornament

Doesn’t he just make you smile?  First of all, let me apologize for the lighting.  I had to turn the “white” down because this ornament is glass and was causing a terrible glare.  Now on to the ornament.  This started as a large, clear ball.  I coated the inside of the ball with white acrylic paint, turned it upside down in a bottle and waited for it to dry.  While it was drying, I colored 2 Large Rhinestones and 7 Basic Rhinestones with a black Sharpie or Copic marker.  On the large rhinestones I added white dots with the White Gel Pen.  The carrot nose is made from the Simply Pressed Clay and painted with orange acrylic paint – and, of course, let it dry.

The hat is a glove with the fingers removed.  Later this week I’ll show you what I did with finger!  I ran Sticky Strip around the ornament to hold the hat down. 

Here’s a tip for you – I glued all the rhinestones to the ornament. I don’t want Frosty to lose a eye while in transport!  If you can stand all the drying time, this ornament is easy and fun to make! 

Don’t forget the Holiday Sale going on through tomorrow.  There will be more specials tomorrow –

These items will be 30 percent off for 24 hours on Monday, December 2:

Envelope Liners Framelits Dies (item 132172)
Expressions Thinlits Dies (item 132171)
Holly Jolly Greetings Simply Sent (item 132159)
Snowflake Season Simply Sent  (item 132176)
Large Rhinestone Basic Jewels (item 129324)
Extra-Large Gift Box (item 132147)

I’m grabbing some more Extra Large Gift Boxes to hold some of these Frosty Ornaments!  Hugs, Fran

Updated: December 1, 2013 — 4:15 pm


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  1. Oh my goodness!!! how super cute is this? Love this delightful ornament and, you are right, you can’t help but smile by looking at it. Thank you so much for sharing and I will be on the lookout to see what you did with the fingers, Fran.

  2. Fabulous….great idea…TFS!

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