Friday, December 27, 2019

Christmas Stocking Mini Album

Hello! Today I am sharing a Christmas Stocking Mini Album that I made. I plan on adding some of my favorite photos that were taken this Christmas to the inside of the album.


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I first took each stocking from the Creative Embellishments Stocking Mini Album and ran it through my Xyron Creative Station Lite so I could easily adhere some patterned paper to them. The paper is a really old collection from Basic Grey.


I did this to both sides of the stockings and then used a Fiskars Fingertip craft knife to cut the paper around the chipboard.



On the album cover stocking, I used some Tsukineko Radiant Neon Amplify in White and with a heat tool heated it up so it puffed to give the top of the stocking a fluffy appearance. Then attached a pom pom trim below it.
Then I painted one of the deer from the Creative Embellishments Jumping Deer with some The Crafter's Workshop White Gesso and then sprayed it with some Walnut Ink.


I also painted one of the Hollies from the Creative Embellishments Holly and Berry Set with white gesso and painted it with some red and green acrylic paints. After it dried I then painted it with some gold iridescent paint.
I repeated the same thing for the Joy sentiment which was a custom made chipboard piece from Creative Embellishments.


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