This is my 3rd Christmas box.
The paper for the base box is white cardstock. I stamped the beautiful snowflakes that come with the Sizzix Snowman Die Stamp Set an Versamark Ink to do a resist technique with Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass Distress Ink on a Blending Tool.
The highlights on the eyes are included on the SVG file, so make sure to change the function to write for this layer.
I applied Spun Sugar Distress Ink on a Tsukineko Dauber on the cheeks to make him blush and for the hair I outlined it using a Ranger Waterbrush with some Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
The horns and the headband were originally dark brown cardstock, but I painted over it using a Signo Uniball metallic gel pen to make it stand out. It is so har to find glitter cardstock here in Chile, so I applied a thin coat of Aleene's Tacky Glue to the noses red cardstock and pressed red glitter until dry.
I also glittered up the top ornament using the same technique described above.
The broken ornament was painted using Aged Mahogany and Black Soot Distress Ink on a Ranger Waterbrush - the line is included on the SVG and was made using a fine point sharpie on my brand new Chomas Creations pen adapter. The white highlights were done with my favourite, a Pilot white gel pen, a silky smooth writing every time, I also painted a shadow on the box base using a waterbrush with some Faded Jeans Distress Ink.
I also applied Gathered Twigs Distress Ink on the edges of the costume to give it some dimension.
I assembled everything using my Aleene's tacky glue pen
Finally after trying lots of different colors I put vellum on the side panels to make them look like frosted glass. I tried using an adhesive roller, but i found liquid glue works better here.
The box looks great with a led flickering tea light inside.
- Import in DS
- Resize to 10.6 inches wide
- Change function for the writing layers (Eyes highlights and broke line on the ornaments)
- Attach written layer to corresponding layer. (eyes highlights on the black character base, and broken line to corresponding half of the ornament)
Don't forget to post your finished project photos made with these SVG on the "YOU" page of this blog.