Die Cutting, EBE by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen, Essentials by Ellen Kits

Make Easy 12 Days of Christmas Ornaments with Dies!

We’ve got something extra special in this year’s holiday release. We’re thrilled to add a new kit to the Essentials by Ellen line: the 12 Days Ornament Kit! Julie Ebersole’s whimsical interpretation of the classic 12 Days of Christmas carol is sure bring a smile to your face. The holiday release will be in store October 9 at 9AM PDT.

The kit includes 40 dies, 20 colors of high-quality wool-blend felt, 20 coordinating DMC floss colors, metallic floss, and gold sequins. Additionally, the kit comes with access to downloadable content that includes an easy-to-read guide on how each piece works together, and a pattern that’s perfect for printing on Sulky (a printable, water-soluble stabilizer).

Click on the images below to view a larger slideshow to see more of the details on these charming ornaments …

If these designs feel familiar, you’re right! Julie was inspired by her own 12 Days Stamp Set. That stamp set debuted in the very first Essentials by Ellen release, way back in in 2014 – a true EBE classic. The set retired a few years later, but we’re bringing these popular images back, to coordinate with the 12 Days Ornament Kit it inspired. If you missed the stamp set the first time, don’t make the same mistake twice!

BONUS Gift with Purchase!
Not only will the 12 Days Stamp set be returning to the EBE line with the Holiday Release, it will also be included for FREE with all orders of the 12 Days Ornament Kit! How awesome is that?!


The lovely embroidered ornament projects featured in this post were made by Deb Corder.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Julie Ebersole October 6, 2020 at 3:30 pm

    EEP! Deb did such a gorgeous job on these! All the heart eyes!!!

    • Reply Deb October 7, 2020 at 1:08 pm

      Thanks Julie! πŸ™‚

  • Reply Susan Gunst October 10, 2020 at 8:53 am

    Wow! Beautiful!

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