October 31, 2021

Christmas Journal Album

Hello! Today I am sharing a Christmas Journal Album I did. This album was lots of fun to create and was easy too.

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For the album itself, I used the Sizzix Full Size Journal Scoreboards Plus Die by Eileen Hull and some Matboard. Then to decorate the album, I used my 8x10 Gel Press and rolled some green paint with a brayer on the Gel Press. Then laid The Crafter's Workshop TCW954 Medieval Music Stencil over it and then a sheet of paper to pull some of the paint up. Then lifted the stencil up and placed the front cover of the album onto the Gel Press.

Then I cleaned my Gel Press off and placed The Crafter's Workshop TCW952 Poinsettia Stencil on the Gel Press and using a brayer rolled on some red paint over the stencil area only. Pulled the stencil up and then placed the front cover of the album on it.

I repeated the steps onto the back cover. Then I added some gold paint and assembled the album. Added some flowers using the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Gun and ribbon and then I was done.

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