Xmas Tree w/Star Wood Pallet
Christmas Tags by Steph

Christmas Wood Card and Decor

Hello everyone!  Laura with you today sharing some holiday home decor

with some of the fun everyday and holiday Clear Scraps products!


I had promised a Christmas version when I posted the autumn version

of this home decor piece (that could easily be a card for someone

special if you would rather).  This time it's a little different.

Instead of the raw wood that I stenciled on last time, this

version has paper covering the Clear Scraps Blank Wood Card.

After the base green paper, I added a border strip piece and tied

around a piece of twine.

Clear_Scraps_Joy_Frame close up 2

The word Joy is stenciled with the Clear Scraps 6" Fruit of the Spirit stencil.

I taped off the other words around the word Joy using painters tape.  Then

painted away.  I brushed the edges of the cardstock with a little paint

to make the word really stand out.

Clear_Scraps_Joy_Frame close up 1

These sweet little ornaments are the X-mas Bulb Chipboard embellishments

from Clear Scraps.  Love the details on these....all of these chip pieces

(there are sooooo many to choose from) can be found HERE!

One of my favorite embellishments because you can paint, like

I did here, with red and green and then brushed the edges with

a bit of white, or emboss, or use spray ink, or, or.....a lot of options!

After gluing everything down, I added a couple of twine bows,

a little chipboard holly sticker and some bling, and it was ready to

pop onto a 5x7 piece of red cardstock and frame. 

This project is such a fun, easy way to add to your home decor,

and better yet, have one piece that you can add seasons

or holidays to as you go along.

Hope you are inspired to give it a try!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Stop back soon for more inspiration!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps: Blank Wood Card, 6" Fruit of the Spirit Stencil

X-mas Bulb Chipboard Embellishments

Other:  Beacon Adhesive, Bella Blvd Merry Christmas-paper and chipboard,

red cardstock, twine, rhinestones, acrylic paint.













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