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Christmas Ornaments (Clear Scraps + Tombow project)


Hello everyone.  Clear Scraps have teamed up with Tombow adhesive for this very fun and inspirational blog hop. And here's what I came up with....

Christmas Ornaments


For this assignment I decided to go with the Holiday theme since it's right around the corner.
I used the acrylic Christmas ornament shapes from the Clear N Chip Believe pack of Clear scraps as my base. I layered it with pattern paper but decided to place the paper behind the shape instead of over it because I loved the sheer effect the acrylic adds to the project. I used Tombow's vellum adhesive with it and I could swear, you cannot see the adhesive through the acrylic piece, it's that clear. Amazing product!
To give the edges a finished look, I added liquid pearl around each shape. This technique also gave the ornaments it's shape emphasis.

It was pretty much "play" after that. I worked with one basic sketch for each ornament with one element going horizontal (ribbon, strip of paper, words) and a collage of items in a vertical manner (i.e. handcut shapes, bows, flowers, stickers). And then I finished it off with a green ribbon on top so I can easily decorate my Christmas tree with them. Here's the look of each acrylic piece....






The Tombow adhesives really made this project easy peezy!
Happy Holidays everyone!

Products used:
Clear N Chip Believe pack- Clear Scraps
Paper- Jovial, Basic Grey
Adhesives- (Vellum, dot adhesive and multi liquid glue) Tombow
Flowers and bling- Accent Creative Designs
Liquid pearl- Viva Decor
Trims and tools- own scrtapbook stash


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All the ornaments are just adorable.


Love your pretty!

hilde janbroers

how cute!!! love it!!!

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