Gift Wrappin' With Clear Scraps
There is Magic in the Air!

Only 5 more days...

until Christmas, can you believe it?!!! My shopping is done, the cookies all baked, my tree still needs a little more attention and there is lots of wrapping to do.....sigh. 

Just thought that I would pop in and share some little Christmas projects with you. 

The first up is a  MERRY banner I made using the penant/banner shapes. I used the new Making Memories Christmas line with this. The snowflakes are a transparency from that same line. I also used a crop-a-dile to punch holes in the bottom of each piece to add a jingle bell to each one. 
These next two projects are just a different style of the same thing. I gave these to my son's kindergarten teachers as Christmas gifts. THe base for these is a 28oz. can. THe snowmen were run through the snowflake embossing folder and then painted and after the paint dried I sanded the paint off of the raised areas...such a cool result on acrylic.

On this next one I covered the Christmas trees with a green tissue paper (adhered with Modge Podge) and then after it dried I ran it through a Cuttlebug embossing folder, next I lightly brushed over the raised areas with gold paint.
Sorry the photos on these are so poorly lit. The weather here has been nothing but rainy and grey...makes for not so great pics! 

Hope you all have the merriest of holidays! See you next year! ;)

Tonya Dirk
Clear Scraps Design Team


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Lovely Tonya!! The snowmen are my favourite, but I love how you layered stuff on your pennants - that the snowflake stamp shows on top of the back circle PP. Yum.

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