Christmas Kit

This kit is for personal use ONLY. Please do not copy, distribute, or sell any part of this design or the instructions without my permission. Pre-Cut Christmas Accessories @2021 Jacqueline Smith

Before you start your new kit, think about how you will want to decorate it. You can paint the accessories, paint the accessories and glitter them, glitter just some of the accessories, use the kit pieces as a guide to cut out decorative paper that you can glue onto the accessories, or just leave the accessories bare for a a modern look. If you leave any portion of the accessories as unpainted cardboard, I suggest spraying with a matte acrylic sealer like Krylon or Modge Podge Sealer.

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Suggested Material List . . .

Kit Pieces

I vary snowmen, so yours may look different.

Constructing the Tree

Tutorial on how to construct the tree can be found here. I chose to just paint my tree, brushing out from the inside to the edges, and purposely leaving streaks so that it would look like needles on branches. I then brushed Modge Podge on the branch tips and in the snowflake cutouts of the tree, and dipped in the mixture of Woodland Soft Flake Snow and Hemway glitter. I planted the tree in a drift of snow made of Woodland Flex Paste, with the glitter mixture sprinkled over it. 

A tutorial on how to use grit paste to make the stone walkway can be found here. I used the Mosaic Tile stencil from the Tim Holtz Mini #28 stencil pack.

Other Accessories

For the rest of the accessories I used either paint or glitter, or a combination of the two. If you have a Dollar Store nearby, you can find fine glitter in Christmas colors at this time of year. You can also sometimes find washi tape. I decorated my candy canes with white and red striped metallic washi tape.

For the icicles, I dabbed a bit of the Woodland paste on the edge of the roof with a paintbrush, then used the paintbrush to drag each blob downward. I then sprinkled with the glitter mixture.

Enjoy making your Christmas Accessories!! I would love to see your finished designs.. Please share a photo with me by emailing me at Jackie@acottageintheforest.com.

 

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