Christmas in July! Embellishments! CHA Reveals!!!

Hello friends! Today I am bringing you something totally new!!! These little Christmas chipboard and arylic shapes are brand new for coming up CHA!!! The first thought I had when I saw these was to make ornaments, but the truth is you could also use them as an embellishment on a LO!!! I think that you will see these again in the near futureon a lo! Lets break it down!
Don't you just love snowmen? The chipboard and acylic pieces are new for CHA from Clear Scraps !!! The cute snowmen paper and alphas came from Momenta. Did you know that you could use a Glaze pen on acrylic? That  is what I used for doodling on that clear ornament! I could use this as an ornament but I think I'd rather use it as a title for a 12x 12 layout!
(Acrylic and chipboard is Clear Scraps, paper is Momenta, bling is Heidi Swapp, ribbon is American Crafts, metallic paint is Folk Art, glitter is Stickles, silver alcohol ink (tips of ornaments) is from Ranger)

This is so easy and fun! This was a chipboard piece I covered with paper! The paper is actually green with raised polka dots already embossed onto the paper, I sanded the tops to make the white show! The  word "believe" is an acrylic piece covered with alcohol inks and edged with Stickles.
(Chipboard tree is Clear Scraps, paper and glitter dots are Momenta, fiber is Adornaments, glitter is Stickles)

These were fun, the silver is alcohol ink(on the back) with rub on borders from Hambly. The toile paper is from Bo Bunny- I have had this pretty paper forever, I am trying to get better about using my stash rather than hoarding it! LOL! You know when something is so pretty  you just can't bear to use it? Ok so maybe I'm the only one who does that...
(Acrylic and chipboard are Clear Scraps, alphas are Momenta,paper is Bo Bunny, flowers and bling are Prima, glitter is Stickles, ribbon is American Crafts, Silver alcohol inks are Ranger)
Stay tuned I've got lots of  new things coming up and more Christamas in July!!!

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