Tuesday, December 13, 2016

December Inspiration By Lilibleu

"Christmas Day"

Hello 2 Crafty Fans !!

Today it is my turn to present you my December projects, and I chosen to 
make a page and two cards with a Christmas theme!

During one of my wanderings on Pinterest, I found this very nice picture 
which I find  illustrates just fine the magic of Christmas!

2 Crafty Product Used:
- Christmas Day Title 
- Dotted Baubles
- Holly Twig Branches

The "Dotted Baubles" chippies are embossed in white and I added some touches 
of gold glitter to give more brilliance.

The "Holly Twig Branches" chippies are embossed in glittered green and I sprayed 
white ink on the leaves to give a snowy look.

I embossed the title in gold and I whitened the sides with gesso.

"Noel & Magic 

For my second project, I give you this duo of cards in the colors of Christmas: red, green, white and gold.

The first card "Noël" (Christmas in French):

All the chippies are embossed because I think the shiny appearance is perfect for Christmas.
There's only the small reindeer to have its antlers painted brown.

The second card "Magic"

2 Crafty Product Used:
- Holly Vine Wreath 
- Christmas Mini Word Set 2
- Mini Reindeers
- Fernlike Snowflakes

The "Holly Vine Wreath" chippie is first painted white and then I painted green the leaves.

The title "Magic" is embossed in red.

As for the previous card, the snowflake and the reindeer are embossed in gold
 and the reindeer has its antlers painted brown.

These two cards are also my participation to Scrap Africa's December challenge.

And that's all for today!
See you back here soon with some more 2 Crafty inspirations.

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Di Garling said...

Such a lovely Christmas blogpost Lilibleu. Adore all of these beautiful projects and your chippie selections are just perfect t too. ❤️❤️

Rachael Funnell said...

Oh WOW! your layout & cards are FULL of the christmas spirit! love them.. x

Valerie Ouellet said...

Fabulous projects sweetie!

Mary Catt said...

So beautiful work, Lilibleu!