Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Brenda 2

Hi Everyone I am back with the next installment of my Christmas baubles project and two more that have lots of texture and festive colour on them.



By the time I got to these two chipboard baubles I was really into the mixed media layers, colours and textures. Using stencils is such a great way to get that added dimension and on my blog I show you two ways to add colour and make that texture look glittery and realistic. I think out of the four these are my favourites and I already have an idea where I will use them when I decorate the house for Christmas.


Are you getting into the preparations, both craft wise and season wise? Is the list written (mine is lol), still a while to go yet but lots to do.

Enjoy the rest of the week.

hugs Brenda and the CVC team xxx

8 comments:

Nikki Acton said...

Fabulous decorations Brenda... Small but perfectly formed ! X

chrissie said...

Beautiful ideas for the baubles

Love Chrissie xx

VĂ©ro said...

Oh,it's wonderfull!

rachel said...

these are stunners brenda - really beautiful!! Hugs rachel xx

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Deb xo

KandA said...

Love these beautifully decorated baubles. Must give it a try - think I could use my Spellbinders dies to cut my own ornaments xx

A Pink said...

Gorgeous Baubles with a real vintage feel , Love how you have dressed their tops up (if that makes sense ) - the snowflake and poinsetta . x

Deborah Wainwright said...

These look amazing, I love them hugs Debs xx