It's Week #11!

And you know what... I don't have a photo of mine yet. I will get it here in the next day or two. I got myself a little behind this week (you'll see why, NEXT week!), but luckily Darlene, Tanya, and Sarah made their....

Fluted Star Pattern.

This pattern was introduced in our 2020 bundle, and just like many of our patterns, it has a couple of variations. You can even 'fill' the star with sequins, which both Tanya and Darlene did in their examples.

As always, you can get this pattern at a special price this week!

Your turn!

When you make this ornament, please don't forget to share it with me and the other Challengers! You can share it on Instagram using the hashtag #OrnamentGirlsChallenge so we can all see it!

(And, if you're an Ornament Girls Club Member, please post it in our private FB group!)

I'll see ya in a week, with Challenge Pattern #10 (what?). (Make sure you're on my email list!)

Happy Ornamenting!

Staci Ann

p.s. If you bought your foam ahead of time based on the Supply List I gave you, this week uses a 6-Lined Ball. But, don't worry if you don't have a pre-lined ball... you can also draw your own. (We'll show you how!)

5 Comments

  1. Shari Zabroski on December 5, 2022 at 3:58 pm

    I absolutely love this pattern design! My “want” list has already been coming in from family who “want” this, so when the pattern arrives, I’ll be very busy. I couldn’t wait any longer; I had to order it as soon as the ornament idea hit my email this morning! It’s so pretty, I must make one even for myself!!! Thanks Staci Ann and team!

  2. Melinda Stowers on December 6, 2022 at 12:47 pm

    Loved all the variations of this pattern! I am so excited to make this one. Thank you so very much. This challenge has been wonderful.

  3. Robin Ownby on December 8, 2022 at 9:38 am

    The Gingerbread man and tiny peppermints are so cute. I know that OG has the Gingerbread man but where can I find the peppermints?

    • Sarah Cinocco on December 8, 2022 at 11:05 am

      The little peppermints are tiny slices of a polymer clay cane. I found them at Hobby Lobby, in the jewelry department where the resin supplies are. I used a tiny bit of glue and glued them to the top of my pin heads. I hope that helps!

  4. Melinda Stowers on December 10, 2022 at 12:59 pm

    I started off thinking this pattern was hard. By the time I got to side two of the pattern I was in love! I will absolutely be making another. I am also going to try the variations. I give so much credit to the videos. Oh my goodness they are so so good! I am the first one to admit I can be rather dense sometimes and hard to teach. I am so thrilled that I actually had a great time making this!

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