WOW! Aren't these gorgeous? These are decorative tiles to display during the holidays! They look beautiful when they are displayed in a stand, but you can also just have them out on a table, too! Be sure to place some rubber or felt nubbies on the bottom of the tile, though, so you don't scratch your table! I love the vintage look of these tiles! Very classy and elegant! I got the idea for the Chocolate Chip ornament from Kimberly Van Diepen's blog, but Debbie Townsend suggested I offer red, too, and it turned out beautiful! Thank you, Debbie!
I'll walk you through the steps of how to do this! 1) Using the Vintage Ornaments 1 stencil and a sponge dauber, fill in the stencil with Chocolate Chip Craft ink (or Real Red Craft ink) and then bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes. 2) Once the tile has cooled, use the flourish stencil from Vintage Ornaments 1 and a sponge dauber to fill in the flourish with Very Vanilla Craft Ink. Then bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes. I have found that being very conservative with the ink makes a big difference. You can always add more ink, but once you've used too much, it's a big mess! 3) Once the tile has cooled, place the first Vintage Ornaments 1 stencil back into place, which leaves the Chocolate Chip Craft ink (or Real Red Craft ink) exposed. Touch all over the exposed area with a Versamark pad. This gets the ornament sticky with ink! Then pour Glassy Glaze Enamel Embossing Powder on it and the powder will stick to the Versamark ink. Bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes! 4) Once the tile has cooled, you can embellish as desired! All supplies used and shown are from Stampin' Up!