Monday, November 12, 2018

Rustic Christmas Crates

Hey folks! It's Lynne here with a Christmas project inspired by a home decor piece I picked up recently; I love Christmas and am really embracing the rustic, homey themes I have been seeing so far this year. The deer in the center of my photo is the piece I purchased, and I finished the Little Crates to coordinate with it.

I started off by tracing around each section of the crates onto the back of my woodgrain papers; I did each side separately and then inked the edges with a charcoal grey ink.

When I cut the dark grey strips I rubbed them lightly with the Moonlight White ink to lighten them a bit, and the brown ones were rubbed with the Old Road ink, as I wanted to tone down the orangy golden hue.

I added diecut words and snowflakes to the fronts of the crates to mimic those on the deer, then filled the crates with some artificial greenery, berries and flowers to create a festive look. This was not a difficult project to create, but I'm happy with the way the crates look with my pretty wooden deer. I have a large wall unit in my living room that I fill with Christmas decor, and can't wait to put these up!

Thank you for stopping by, and I wish you peace and joy and a wonderfully merry and creative week!


Little Crates


Ingvild Bolme chalk ink-Old Road
Dew Drop ink-Moonlight White
ms. sparkle & co. woodgrain papers
unknown dies and greenery
white cardstock

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