Ornament Reflections Card

Today for the Spellbinders 12 days of Christmas blog hop and reveal I have the privilege of showing the S5-223 Heirloom Reflections die sets.

It is a stunning and elegant die set and as soon as I saw it, I thought of antique Wedgewood blue ornaments with a gorgeous textural ivory overlay. I love the depth of Wedgewood blue china pieces and their simple elegance. In creating this card, I wanted to capture the feel of a beautiful ornament lying in its padded box just before being hung on the Christmas Tree during a cozy family gathering.


Materials Used for Heirloom Reflections Card
S5-223 Heirloom Reflections
S4-283 2010 Heirloom Ornaments
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® 3D Foam Squares
Die Cuts With a View Linen Closet
Pearl cardstock
Ivory Satin Ribbon
Scoring tool

Cut/emboss 5″€ square pearl cardstock with 2010 Heirloom Ornaments die #5 (the smallest die size is #1).


Repeat step #1 using die #4 on 5½”€ square cardstock.


Cut 12 x 6” rectangle of pearl cardstock and score across at 6″€ down the 12″€ side. Adhere 5¾”€ square sage cardstock to base.
Using 3D foam squares, attach cardstock squares as shown.


Cut/emboss pearl cardstock with Spire Ornament 2 die from the Heirloom Reflections set.
Trace around the inside edge of Spire Ornament 2 die on sage cardstock and cut by hand.
Cut/emboss pearl cardstock using the Spire Ornament 1 die.
Adhere layers to the center of the card as shown using 3D foam squares, trimmed as needed.


Cut/emboss pearl cardstock using the Kismet Ornament 1 die and adhere to lower corners as shown using 3D foam squares, trimmed as needed.


Add satin ribbon to embellish.


For more variations of this card, visit Loretta’€™s blog at Love to Create.


  1. would be ever so appreciative if I could find the s5-223 heirloom reflections and s4-283 2010 heirloom ornaments. the heirloom reflection card was most beautiful and i am so disappointed that i cannot find the dies to make the the stunning cards. if you know of a source for the materials used for the heirloom reflection card, i would be so grateful. thank you, linda 11/2017

    1. we are so sorry, Linda, these have been discontinued. You can try asking on various Facebook groups/craft forums to see if somebody will sell theirs. We hope you’ll find these dies!

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