Cut away Santa's sleigh and one reindeer from the border. Save remaining border for another project.
Use Intense blocks and water brush to color Santa, his sleigh, and reindeer.
Add glitter glue to the sleigh and reindeer antlers and nose. Use silver pearl pen to add a metallic look to the bottom of the sleigh. Set aside to dry.
Cut two circles, one larger than the printed circle, to fit inside the tuna can.
Adhere the two circles together and glue to the inside bottom of the can.
Add a bit of snowflake paste to the bottom of the can, just beneath the printed scene.
Coat bottom and part of sides with white gesso to prepare it to accept paint. Use an awl to punch a hole in the top of the can to insert a dyed to match piece of ribbon for hanging. (See photo of finished ornament above).
Mix the Radiant Gels together with some clear glaze medium, paint bottom and sides of can. Paint smallest circle from the Fanciful Elements set with the same color mixture. as well as two small snowflakes. Splatter white paint over the back of the can and the circular frame.
Distress the edges of the circular frame and snowflakes with the brown ink pad. Stack the two snowflakes and add a small metal embellishment and diamond gem to the center of the snowflake.
Paint the lace border with white gesso and while wet, sprinkle stardust glitter over it.
Cut a coordinating strip of paper from the Christmas paper collection and glue around side of can. Adhere the lace border around the sides, aligning it with the upper lip of the can.
Run of line of glue around top lip of can and adhere the circular frame. Then adhere Santa's sleigh and reindeer, above the scene inside the can.
A few closeups.
Gina's Designs: Snowflake Shape Set
Water Color blocks
Brown ink pad
I hope you enjoyed this sweet Christmas ornament and that inspiration strikes you to try making one, or two, or three, for your own tree, or gift giving. You could also attach it to a gift package for an extra gift. Be sure to visit Gina's Designs for more laser cut chipboard to inspire you.
Thanks for stopping by, and once again, have a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving!