Night In Bethlehem Ornament – EDITED with Tutorials!!!

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Night In Bethlehem Ornament

Thank you for your kind comments regarding the Night In Bethlehem Ornament.  You spoke and I listened, I have a PDF Tutorial for you here:

And a Video Tutorial here, hope it helps you!  Love y’all!!

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I have another ornament for you, using the Bethlehem Edgelits.  I have several of these half dome ornaments and decided I needed some pretty, unique ornaments for my Christmas Tree, what do you think?

Night In Bethlehem Ornament

It was really hard to get a good picture of the ornament without some glare.  I have three layers of dies in the ornament.  The bottom layer is cut using my paper snips, as I didn’t have a die big enough to fit around the back.  My next layer is cut using some Sparkle Glimmer Paper and the Bethlehem Edgelits Dies, my next layer is using Night of Navy Cardstock, again with the same Bethlehem Edgelits dies.  The third layer is cut again using the Sparkle Glimmer Paper, with Mary and Joseph, again from the Bethlehem Edgelits Dies.  

Night In Bethlehem Ornament

Lastly, the sentiment is from the Seasonal Chums Stamp Set using Whisper White Cardstock, Real Red Classic Ink, and the Classic Label Punch.  I used Stampin’ Dimensional to lift up each of the layers, including the sentiment.  

I used the Mini Silver Sequin Trim around the outside of the ornament, and then the 3/8″ Silver Metallic Ribbon on the top and part of my hanger as well.    That’s it, super easy!

I hope I have inspired you to go create something beautiful and send it on its way.  As we get closer to Christmas, I will be giving away one each of all the ornaments I share with you.  All you need to do is leave me a comment, and let me know what you think and if you like these types of these posts or what you would like to see in the future.   If you need a tutorial, be sure and drop a note as well.

For your shopping convenience, I have included all the products I used on my ornament.  You can also download the supply list of this is easier for you.

Blessings, and until the next time, remember to hug the ones you love, none of us are promised tomorrow!

16 Comments

  1. This ornament is so pretty! I want to learn how to create things like this!

  2. I really like your creative idea of a Christmas scene in a ornament. I make small Christmas gifts for my friends when we have a Christmas dinner together. I am always looking for ideas to use that is eye catching but inexpensive to make. This is the perfect gift. I want to try my hand at this and a tutorial would really be helpful. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us, I am always excited to see the next one.

    • I am so glad you like the ornament Anita! You spoke, and I listened, I have uploaded both a pdf and video tutorial for you. Hope it helps.

  3. Stunny project! I would love a tutorial!

  4. I meant to type “stunning”!

  5. Wow, This is so beautiful. I would also love to see a tutorial. You have completely inspired me to create one. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • Hey Patricia, thank you for your kind comment. I have edited my post and uploaded a PDF and Video tutorial for you. Hope it helps!

  6. Soooo very pretty!

  7. Just gorgeous! This will be a perfect gift for anyone!

  8. Gloria, this is a beautiful ornament. The clear, plastic ornament you used – you said it came from Hobby Lobby. What size is this ornament? I looked in their Christmas section today and could not find 2 piece clear plastic ornaments. Thanks!

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