It is time to pull out the glitter and create a little holiday magic. Today on the Graphic 45 blog, Larissa Fyodorovna teaches us how to transform a cardboard canister into gorgeous Christmas Tree Ornaments. Watch the video tutorial to see it all come together, and when you are done try it out for yourself.
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For this task, I have chosen the wonderful ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas Deluxe Collector’s Edition. In this pre-Christmas season, it’s especially nice to create with it!
There are such great motifs in the designs to cut out, it’s very easy to put together compositions from them.
I have so much fun with it that I have made several more Christmas decorations after that using the same principle.
I hope you like it.
The poinsettia, which you can stamp on velum with the Warm Wishes Stamp Set, are especially beautiful.
For a little more dynamism and naturalness, the plant elements can be bent and shaped a little with a thin stylus or folding bone, for example.
Glitter toppings and little white balls that imitate snowballs are especially fitting for the Christmas theme.
To get the effect of three-dimensionality spacers can be inserted between the layers.
– Supply list –
A cylindrical element made of strong cardstock (for example a tin)
A piece of fancy yarn for the hanger
Texture paste and snowball stencil
Small white balls
Glue and glue medium