I love that Ignacio has done the hard part for us. I don't like having to figure out what portion of an image will make a nice circle!
To make these pretty glittery snowflake ornaments, I've used Stampin' Up Festive Flurry Snowflake Stamps and Framelits. (You can get a bundle of the Festive Flurry stamps and dies at a 15% savings here.)
Stamp and cut two large snowflakes. Line up the snowflake on a scoring tool (or use a ruler) and score from the top of a long point all the way through the snowflake to the bottom of a long point. Only score the long points - on this snowflake, that is three scores. Ignore that second snowflake - it's not lined up at all!
Then turn the snowflakes over and score the other points. This way you have the mountains and valleys for the accordian fold. Lining up is important - the right snowflake is lined up much better than the left one!
Cut one fold all the way to the middle on both snowflakes and accordian fold.
It will make the snowflake sturdier and smoother looking if you overlap one section to adhere them together.
To finish up, hot glue a loop and circle of paper to the back (also helps with sturdiness). Stack the next size snowflake, a glittered scallop circle, and sweet vintage image from Nicecrane Designs. I used hot glue and pop dots under each layer.
Here's a look at Christmas Balls by Boyle (Pyramid Style):
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