I did make 4 ornaments for my sister who has a new grand baby. I didn't have a very good picture to start with so they didn't turn out the way I really wanted but I like them.
I printed pictures of Kim using the wallet size format. I did it on a regular printer and my laser printer. The regular printer came out brighter so I used those. I took the sheet outside and sprayed both sides with PYMII. I traced a small heart around the picture and cut it out to make sure it fit. I mixed white and pearl clay and ran them through the past machine with a Christmas texture sheet and cut out the big heart. The first one I coated the back side of the heart with Genesis and when I baked that, the picture popped off. The second one I did, I coated the plain side with Kato liquid clay and put the picture on it. I cut another large heart out of the white clay and then cut the smaller heart out from the center and laid that over the picture and the bottom heart. Then I used the texture sheet and textured the top part of the heart. I used pearl mica powder on top of it and then I baked it. The picture stayed down and never buckled. I made the back heart and imprinted the words, textured it and baked it. There are 3 layers of Magic Glos on each picture. The heart and the fern were rub ons that were put on the first layer of Magic Glos. I glued the smaller heart on the back and finished the top making a hanger with 18 and 20 gauge wire and a bow. The PYMII worked great to protect the picture from the liquid clay and the Magic Glos.
I was getting the ornaments out to decorate the tree and when I came back from the garage there was Buster checking out the ornaments and the box.