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Early Christmas?


Merry Christmas stocking(resize)Have you started on your Christmas projects? It's always never too early to start on those fun and exciting Christmas projects. Today, I would like share with you all this acrylic stocking which I've created as part of  Clear Scraps booth display during this Summer CHA. 

I've used Bo Bunny's Noel line to create this stocking. The warm vintage Christmas colours are just perfect.

Here are some close-ups on it.

DSC_8791Check out how I've gilttered this acrylic snowflake. I've first stamped on it using White Staz On and then apply some Tombow liquid glue on parts of it before pouring fine glitter over it. I've also used some Distress Stickles to highlight its edges. Try creating some of these fun acrylic snowflakes for your tree this year!

How cool would a Christmas present be with an alcohol inked acrylic tag! Check out the tag above. I've used Clear Scraps mini acrylic tags and inked a mixture of alcohol ink on it. Then, I've highlight it's edges with Viva Decor pearl pen. Super easy and fun!

Hope you all are inspired by today's project and start creating all those wonderful Christmas projects soon!


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Irene this is so beautiful! Love the trim and extra attachments to make it extra special.


Love the stocking & the tag. Fantastic job on both!!

Courtney Villari

I love this....These will be great instead of traditional Stockings that we don't put anything in anyway!! thanks so much for sharing!

Hermes Outlet

Love those! I enjoy following your posts on facebook and rss!

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