Thursday, December 21, 2017

Christmas Panel - Glory to God in the Highest



Hello on this wonderful Thursday!!!  Christmas is just a few short days away.  I'm hoping to get my wrapping all finished up today and then I am completely ready.  Well, unless I decide to do more baking which is a possibility :-)

I'm sharing a Christmas panel today that I'm going to put on an easel.  It could easily be made into a card instead.

Supply List --

Quietfire Rubber Stamp - Glory to God in the Highest
Stitched Oval Cutting Dies (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Holiday Holly & Berries Cutting Dies (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Susan's Garden Flower Tools & Mats (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Christmas Kraft-Stock  (Tim Holtz)
Christmas Paper Stash  (Tim Holtz)
Cardstock - Cream, Green
Corrugated Card - Kraft Colored
Archival Ink - Jet Black (Ranger Ink)
Distress Ink - Vintage Photo, Peeled Paint (Ranger Ink)
Distress Paint - Tarnished Brass
Fresco Finish Chalk Paint - Vanilla (PaperArtsy)
Distress Collage Medium Matte (Ranger Ink)
Distress Dry Glitter Rock Candy (Ranger Ink)
Pan Pastel Artists Pastel
Brads

Directions --
  • Stamp quote onto cream cardstock with black ink, die cut oval, ink edges with Vintage Photo, apply Distress Paint to very edge of oval.
  • Die cut oval from Kraft-Stock paper, ink edges with Vintage Photo, apply Distress Paint to very edge of oval.
  • Cut corrugated card to measure 5" x 6 1/4", lightly brush high spots with Vanilla paint, paint edges with Vanilla, dry, lightly brush ridges with Collage Medium and add Glitter, brush Collage Medium on edges and add Glitter, let dry, splatter panel with Tarnished Brass Paint.
  • Wrap corrugated card with 1 1/2" strip of Christmas Paper Stash Paper and attach to green panel cut 5 1/4" x 6 1/2".
  • Attach ovals with foam tape.
  • Die cut holly leaves from green paper.  Add highlight in center with Pan Pastel and shading on edges with Peeled Paint Ink.  Detail and shape with flower tools.  Attach to panel as shown.
  • Die cut berries from scrap of Kraft-Stock paper so the reds match and glue on as shown. 
  • Add brads to corners.
Thanks for following along!!  Have a wonderful holiday!!!!

Hugs, Wanda



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