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Christmas Sweater Stocking Tutorial


Hello, friends! It's Nancy Nickel here with a new project share.


Remember a couple of weeks ago I shared my Chipboard Stocking Mini Album?

I mentioned then that I reserved one of the pages for another project.

Today I'd like to share that project with you.

This is my Christmas Sweater Stocking Hanging! 

Here's how I made it:

I started with one page from the Chipboard Stocking Album.

I added modeling paste through the 6" Christmas Sweater Stencil.

Then I adhered the Christmas Chipboard Word Title to the top of the stocking.

Once everything was dry, I coated the entire piece with white gesso.

When that was all dry, I brushed on some Opal Magic.

I added colour, then sprayed with water,

letting the colour run and catch in different spots.

I continued until I had the look I wanted.

Then I added another layer of colour to the title.

Then I let it all dry, and I added a ribbon through the hole for hanging. 

Here's a closer look:

Here you can see some of the pretty shimmer and texture.

Here's one final look at the finished hanging:

Other Materials Used:
Deco Art Media Modeling Paste;
White Gesso;
Prima Art Alchemy Opal Magic - Blue/Gold;
Sheer Ribbon.

Clear Scraps Products Used:

Chipboard Stocking Album

6" Christmas Sweater Stencil

Christmas Chipboard Word Title 

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!

I know it's already after Christmas but it's not New Year's yet!

So it's not too late to share a project like this, right?

I'll be back soon with another project share!

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Nancy Nickel - Clear Scraps Designer


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