Snowy Tree Tutorial
- Imaginarium Designs Christmas Tree
- Luminarte Silks Acrylic Glaze - Silver Bells. Ice
- Golden Light Molding Paste
- DecoArt SnowTex
- Luminarte Primary Elements Pigments -
Forest Green and Bolivian Blue
- Palette Knife
- White Gesso
Before starting to alter the chipboard Christmas tree, you'll need to prepare your mediums:
- First, mix together equal parts of the Molding Paste and SnowTex (the SnowTex is quite coarse and adding the molding paste makes it easier to spread)
- Second, separate half of molding paste/SnowTex mixture into a second container - add Luminarte Primary Elements pigments to colour the medium. I wanted a green colour with a hint of blue, so I have used Forest Green and Bolivian Blue. (Add a little bit of each medium at a time until you achieve the colour you want.)
Altering the Chipboard Tree
Now you're ready to create your snowy tree! I've provided a step-by-step photo tutorial below!
Imaginarium Designs Chipboard Used
Christmas Tree Board
"Just For You" Phrase
Other Products Used
Scraps of Darkness - December 2013 Winter Wonderland Kit - Patterened Paper - Bo Bunny "Woodland Winter" collection - Scarf and Cardstock Stickers; Luminarte Silks Acrylic Glaze - Ice, Silver Bells and Bolivian Blue; Wrights 1" Fur Trim.
Personal Stash - White #8 Shipping Tag; Prima 12 x 12 Stencil ; Golden Light Molding Paste; DecoArt SnowTex; Luminarte Primary Elements Pigments - Forest Green and Bolivian Blue; Claudine Hellmuth Studio Gesso; Aleene's Tacky Glue; Beacon 3-in-1 Glue; 3D Foam Adhesive.
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That's it for me today! I hope you liked my tag and found my tutorial helpful! Don't forget to leave a comment on this post for a chance to win some Imaginarium Designs Chipboard Products!