vendredi 1 novembre 2013


It is never too early to prepare your Xmas decoration. I wad inspired  by Jo Myhill on the Paper Artsy Blog and reused some of her ideas with my own twist: 
-acetate for transparency: she has a great tuto with shrink plastic on project #1 (stamp PA Urgan Snapshop Yule Tide 4)
-shredded paper: she used crunchy wax kraft paper. Actually I didn't use a shredder but stamped with teal blue ink on an old book page (PA stamp Ink & Dog, background 3) and cut narrow strips with my knife
-dots with acrylic: she embossed her flower with a dot embossing folder.
Il n'est jamais trop top pour préparer ses décos de Noël.. Je me suis inspirée de Jo Myhill sur le blog Paper Artsy and utilisé certaines de ses idées avec ma propre touche.
-rhodoid pour l'effet transparence: son tuto avec du plastique fou pour le projet #1 (stamp PA Urgan Snapshop Yule Tide 4)
-fines bandelettes (comme sortie du shredder) tamponnées à l'encre turquoise sur une page d'un ancien livre
-points blancs: elle a utilisé une plaque à embosser à pois.

6 commentaires:

Jo a dit…

Great interpretation of the ideas. Jo xx

Darcy Marshall a dit…

This is a great project, love how you took the ideas and made them your own.

Craftyfield a dit…

Me too! It's a very personal interpretation of that project and as you say... never too early for Christmas makes!

Lucy Edmondson a dit…

This is so beautiful and delicate!

Lucy x

Julie Lee a dit…

What an effective decoration, Laury. I love its delicacy and originality!Julie Ann xx

craftimamma a dit…

Beautiful decoration and lovely take on Jo's inspiration. I chose to go down the Christmas route too ;D.

Lesley Xx