Enjoy your christmas at seashore

Hey crafty fellows! It’s Nur Meharuma from Craft fable again! This is 1st December and our favorite Christmas period! That’s why I have decided to make Christmas layout for you guys! Let’s go for the process.   1. I have print out a digi image, colored it with water colors and did the fussy cut. 2. Spread […]
December 3, 2020
Hey crafty fellows!

It’s Nur Meharuma from Craft fable again!

This is 1st December and our favorite Christmas period! That’s why I have decided to make Christmas layout for you guys!

Let’s go for the process.

 

1. I have print out a digi image, colored it with water colors and did the fussy cut.
2. Spread glue in particular places of the fussy cut and used sand, moss paste to fill the parts.
3. I attached the shell Christmas tree cut out to a big white cardstock sheet.

4. Placed a blue net on the surface.

5. I have made a mixture paste with glue, wood grain, blue foam grain, sequins and applied the paste on my layout. It will give seashore effect.

6. Attached broken clay frame and seashells & starfish on paste.

7. Added blue dewdrops on layout.
Used Materials:
digi image cut out,
wood grain,
moss grain,
foam grain,
sequins,
blue net,
water color,
clay embellishments,
artificial sea creatures.

 

Let’s have a glimpse of close shots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, that’s all for today! Enjoy your Christmas and celebrate creativity!

Let’s hope for the recovery of the world….

Stay home,

Stay safe.

CHEERS!

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