I found these ornaments at Hobby Lobby, regular price $1 but got it on sale. They aren't as fine a grain ceramic as the ones SU use to sell years ago but the price was right! My idea was to use Tim Holtz crackle paint and stamp on that. Well, FYI, it doesn't stick. After it dried it was falling off so I started to peel it off. Fortunately it stuck in a few places on the edges and did tint the white ornament a nice ivory color. I stamped the image of the vintage Santa in Palet black and colored with chalks. I like the vintage look with the cracked paint. I think it turned out pretty nice. What do you think?
Then I stamped the back and found out they aren't perfectly flat so when I stamped the greeting, I inked up the UM image on the acrylic block with red StazOn and then took it off and rubbed it with my fingers to transfer the image. All images are by Artistic Outpost.
Next I outlined the ornament in Krylon leafing pen and sealed.
After I took the picture, I did add some white liquid applique on the hat and cuffs on the Santa. I'm not sure I really like it though.The picture isn't as clear but you can get the idea of where I put the liquid applique.
So head out to HL to get your ornaments (they're in the Christmas craft section) and see what you can come up with. Make these for little gifts, package add on, hang around a bottle of wine or for your own tree.