The Holiday’s are in full swing at my house so I thought that I would share this fun Christmas ornament that I made using the Heat N Bond® Transfer Sheets.  I love how it turned out and I think I will be making a set of them to go up on my tree.

These are quick and easy to make and you could use any image you could think of.  How cute would it be to use images of the kids every year as an ornament?

 

HeatnBond EZ Print Christmas Ornament

Christmas Ornament with HeatnBond EZ Transfer Sheets

Isn’t she pretty, I got this free image from Ephemera’s Vintage Garden and just knew she was the destined to be an ornament.

HeatnBond EZ Print Christmas Ornament

Supplies Used:

HeatNBond® Inkjet Transfer Sheets

StitchNSew™ Sew-In Fleece

Vintage Image from Ephemeras Vintage Garden

Olislo Iron (One of the best Irons I have ever used)

May Arts Ribbons

Fabric


Project Instructions:

Gather your supplies of HeatNBond® Inkjet Transfer Sheets, printed Image, scissors or rotary cutter, Iron and Fabric

HeatnBond EZ Print Christmas Ornament

Place the image face down on the fabric and Iron using a high setting and applying a little pressure.  While still hot, remove the paper backing and you will have a beautiful image on your fabric.

HeatnBond EZ Print Christmas Ornament

This is the image once the backing has been removed.

*One thing to note is that you must use an inkjet printer or your image won’t transfer over successfully.  TooltipText

Now you are good to either decorate your image or leave it as it is.  I sewed it to a scrap piece of StitchNSew™ Fleece to give it a little bit more stability without all of the bulk.

HeatnBond EZ Print Christmas Ornament

Here is the Ornament on the tree, she just adds a touch of vintage that I needed on my tree.  I used some vintage lace and flowers to dress up my ornament, the possibilities are endless.

Thank you so much for taking a look at my project today and I wish you and your family the very best over this Holiday Season.

Jenifer


festive-fridayTwo weeks ago we officially kicked off the holiday season today with our Festive Friday celebration!

What is Festive Friday? If you’ve not heard..it’s a chance to celebrate with YOU are fans all the fun and goodness this holiday season.

This week we’re giving away goodies with the paper crafter and scrapbooker in mind! We’ve gathered up some Zots™ Adhesive Dots along with our Deco Foil™ Transfer Sheets, Foam and Adhesive Pen, Deco Foil™ PeelnStick along with an assortment of our Mini Runners, Foam Squares and we’re including a Die Cuts With a View Paper Stack and a Holiday Crafts Magazine! And that’s not all…we’re including a a $25 Panera Gift Card!

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Plus our amazing friends at Art Impressions wanted to be part of the fun and are giving YOU a chance to win a Holiday Giveaway prize pack! Plus they’re offering 10% off orders at artimpressions.com with coupon code FESTIVEFRIDAY until 12/16 at 11:59 p.m. And did you know…they always have free U.S. shipping on orders over $30!

That means means you can shop for holiday stamps, dies and more!

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Pick up these fun colors at a special price! They’re perfect for holiday crafting and making Christmas Ornaments too! We’re offering our Red, Green, Gold, Iridescent and Deep Blue at an amazing price! $19.99 for all 5 tubes with 5 sheets each..that’s 25 sheets! Hurry over to our website to grab this deal for all your holiday craft and gift projects!

 

2 Comments on Christmas Ornament Made with HeatnBond EZ Transfer Sheets

  1. Denise Bryant
    December 12, 2016 at 1:08 pm (5 years ago)

    Pretty ornament! I love the old fashioned look and the embellishments!

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  2. jlingraham
    December 12, 2016 at 5:42 pm (4 years ago)

    I was pleased to be introduced to yet another website for the pretty download and use of the heat transfer. Such a beautiful ornament.

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