November 19, 2019

Christmas Scrapbook Layout

Hello! Today I have a Christmas scrapbook layout to share with you.

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I love these Christmas Bulbs chippies from Creative Embellishments! I just pressed each ornament bulb into a VersaMark ink pad and then heat embossed them with some Mboss Metallic Berry Embossing Powder from Imagine. On the background of my layout, I first painted on some The Crafter's Workshop Clear Gesso and then sprayed some Prima Color Bloom in Wild Raspberry. randomly stamped the Creative Embellishments Grunge Stars Stamp with some VersaFine Clair Chianti ink to match the Bo Bunny Believe papers I used.

For the title, I used the word ornaments from the Creative Embellishments Decorate Your Tree Words set and painted it with The Crafter's Workshop White Gesso and lightly brushed on some Nuvo Glimmer Paste in Seaweed Quartz.

I painted the Creative Embellishments Christmas Light Stand 2 with The Crafter's Workshop White Gesso and on each light bulb. Then I pushed each light bulb into the VersaMark ink pad and heat embossed them with Mboss Embossing Powder in Iridescent by Imagine. Then I colored the strand part with a Copic Marker G28 and painted on some Nuvo Glimmer Paste in Seaweed Quartz.

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