Monday, September 8, 2014

MERRY CHIPBOARD!!

I LOVE CHRISTMAS! Well it might not be the "Christmas" part as much as it is preparing for the holidays. I love making crafts, love decorating (with a glass of wine) and enjoy all the salutations and best wishes we all hand over to each other around the festive season.  Plus, everyone is in such a great mood!  So this is my 2nd Christmas craft of the season so far but my 1st one won't be too far behind I promise!  

I've used, what I am calling, a 3D shadow box, KIT-379 from Southern Ridge Trading Co. but it's not very deep, which was perfect for this project.  I covered it with some papers from Maja Designs "Vintage Frost Basics" and then distressed all with Momento cocoa ink.  
 

Ok so get ready for a picture heavy post!  First up is my tree square freaturing XMAS-146 and for this one I covered with a TH paint dauber, added some Frost VersaMark and some UTEE chunky embossing powder.


 Here I've done the same thing as above but added some Martha Stewart Texture for snow.


 The wreath is a resin piece from Melissa Frances I purchased some time last year and the bells were from a wine charm that I took apart.  ha ha ha!


I've covered all the presents with some more Maja Design papers and distressed with more Momento cocoa ink.  I've also added some Glossy Accents to the bow on the small gift and more Martha Stewart Texture to the bigger one on the left.


Oooo my center piece!!  Literally - lol!  This old Santa vintage image is also from the Maja papers and I've curled back the pieces around the image, distressed them then added some Gesso.  The corner pieces were from my stash so I also topped those off too.  


The stockings were hung by the chimney with care...hee hee!  Added some twine, Martha Stewart Texture and Glossy Accents.


Another pretty resin piece covered with Wild Orchid Flowers and Gesso.


This "25" is a die from Tim Holtz but I've used raw chipboard from SRTC.  I covered it in some "Java Bean" Glitter Ritz - soooooo pretty - then topped it off with more Gesso.  Oh and that flower is from Prima and I'm so excited to say I've used almost all flowers from that package.  I tend to hoard so that's a big deal for me.  LOL! 


And last but not least!  Snowflakes from SRTC that I painted with a TH dauber and then added Twinklettes to cover.  If you click on the picture, you'll be able to view a close up and the Twinklettes are just crushed up glass fragments.  Very pretty though. 


A shout out goes to my friend Sheri who gave me a bag of super pretty laces and I've finally had a chance to dip into some.  THANKS!  The wooden star in the top left frame, the gorgeous pearl centered flower ribbon and the white Kort and Godt chrysanthemums are from LLC.  

These gorgeous wooden words are a preview and will be added to the store in October!


Well we are off to The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival in Edmonton so hope we see you there!

Have a great week!
Eulanda

9 comments:

Christina C. said...

OMG, girl, this is absolutely exquisite. I'm just marveling at this work of art! Love all the squares and the chipboard words. Fabulous details on each square. It always goes better with wine, doesn't it?

Sheri said...

There are no words and my jaw in on the ground. WOW

Susan Mac Donald said...

beautiful!!

CraftinGranny said...

Totally awesome!!!!! I love the blues and the design. Hope to be back soon to color and finish my classes.

Thinking of you and sending hugs!

MinnaL said...

WOW! This is absolutely gorgeous!! All the details are just amazing :D There are more things than eye can see ;-)

Nancy said...

this is sweeeeeet girl...you still have my snail mail, right? ...lol...no seriously, I just love this card...and I can't wait to see your first card....

Hugs
Nancy T.

Hellma said...

this is truly stunning.

Judi said...

WOW! Loving this Eulanda! Just hope I can finally get my craft room up and running in time to do a few Christmas cards myself. This home renovation/extension job seems to have taken FOR EVER!! Still, once it's finished it will all be lovely, and I guess the pain of the process will soon be forgotten when everywhere is finally tidy again.

Big hugs

Judi x

Scraptastische hobby said...

WOW Eulanda,
What a wonderfull Christmas shadow box! so many details and the vintage style....I love it!!!!!!
Hugs Gerie