My December 2Crafty Shares

Well here I am again with my 2Crafty Chipboard shares for December. I haven't made them all Christmas themed. Just one, that I intend to enter into the SATW December challenge.

My first creation is a canvas I have put together as a gift for a friend who is much more
 talented than I, as she can make anything she puts her mind to, including sewing. I am
 not a sewer AT ALL which makes me very envious of those who can.

"Sew Clever"

I covered the buttons in Beck BT Tinby Designs Metallic Melts.

I love the buttons on this canvas. I think they work perfectly with the theme.

Some washi measuring tape.

My favourite addition, this beautiful "Elise's Dress Form"I covered the under layer with some small floral patterned paper and painted the top with a light brown, finishing it all off with a rubbing of white gesso.

My second piece today is my Christmas layout that I've also incorporated with the Scrap Around the World challenge for December.

"Merry Christmas"

The mood board is so delicious, I couldn't help myself and I had the perfect 2Crafty Chipboard pieces in mind.

I love these "Whimsy" flowers. I think they look very chrismassy almost like Poinsettia's. I covered one with a texture of white modelling paste and the other with black modelling paste. I also added some bling using glitter and micro beads.

I couldn't resist adding a couple of the "Mini Reindeer's". This one is simply painted black with gesso but the other one I also covered in glitter because it's Christmas and I can!

You will also see, jotting out from around the layout, some of the "Circular Panel". I've covered them in white modelling paste to give them some texture, a bit like snow or white icing. They poke out from under bits of the creation.

I've used a Kaisercraft patterned paper pack called "North Pole". It matched the mood board perfectly.

My last share with you is a page dedicated to my so so so beautiful sister.


The inspiration behind this layout, other than my sisters beautiful photo, is the piece of lace I've incorporated into the background. It was sent to me by a lovely friend, Lee from Tasmania, who I met through scrapping. I've been waiting for the perfect chance to use it. The "Heart Silhouette" sits perfectly above the lace. I inked them and heat embossed them with Beck BT's Tinby Designs metallic Melts  and the little one I added Vintage Photo Distress embossing powder.

I've also incorporated the large "Hand Drawn Heart Frame". Again I coloured it with ink to coordinate with the background and heat embossed it to give it some shine.

Finally I added the "Loopy font Beautiful" also coloured and Heat embossed. I didn't cover it completely so it would have a mottled and rustic effect. It's the perfect title for this page.

I hope you've enjoyed my shares this month.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and safe new year and I'll catch you all in 2015.


  1. ADORE all of these - the Chrissy one is still my fave, & the buttons on top look fabulous! I try to use them & find it hard, so it's great to see them used to well:) And your sister! WOW~ Stunning photo & that lace looks sen-sational!!! Looove the melts you've slapped around all over the show, too:):)

    1. Thanks Lizzy xx She's an actress and looks that good ALL the time. The buttons ..... yep not usually my thing either but I figured they would work *shrug* and lo and behold they did!!


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