December Daily - Day 4

oh yeah... I've been getting my crafty on!!! Aren't these tea light houses gorgeous? I got the cut files from the Silhouette Store and they were Portrait size friendly and soooo much fun to put together... the kids totally love the flickering LED tea lights... they look so real!!!

Oh, and that glittered Merry Christmas sign? Yeah, that was red and green glitter... First I painted it gold with some cheap acrylic paint and then I poured the glitter over it while it was still wet and it worked perfectly, covered it nicely, no need to touch up, WOOT!!!

I also took closeups of some of my new fave ornaments... have I told you lately, how much I LOOOOOVE gold? LOL I just kept this pretty clean and simple, I didn't want to mess up the photos... found all the gold foil and glitter papers and elements and went to town... YUM!!! No paint splatters... it was hard but I just couldn't bring myself to messy it up, LOL...


December Daily 3x4 Sentiment Boxes Brushes and Stamps by Ali Edwards
Studio Calico Handbook page protectors, Silhouette Portrait, Silhouette Gold Foil, Chic Tags alpha, Dear Lizzy vellum paper, Xyron adhesive, American Crafts/Crate Paper gold glitter Thickers, Heidi Swapp Believe ephemera, Gossamer Blue December Kit stamps, Studio Calico paper, Crate Paper/Maggie Holmes paper, American Crafts gold cardstock, October Afternoon label, Becky Higgins Project Life journaling pens, Ranger Glossy Accents, Freckled Fawn sequin bow, Jet Black Stazon ink, Fiskars paper trimmer


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