Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Christmas Trees

It's never too early to think about Christmas especially when you're making the items yourself so I (Roxie) have two Christmas trees to show you which were created with Globecraft and Piccolo supplies.

The following Globecraft and Piccolo products were used:
adhesive - Enamel Embossing Powder Fluid
tree base -Plain Christmas Tree Piccolo Accent S109, Mossy Glen Enamel EP , trunk - Mermaid Tears Enamel EP
bow - Lil Flowers, Leaves, Birds & Bows Accents A128, 24k Gold EP
birds - Lil Flowers, Leaves, Birds & Bows Accents A128Deep Red 3D Enamel Gel
candy canes - Candycanes & Peppermints Piccolo Accents A171Micro White Enamel EP, spaces filled with Glastique and red micro beads poured on a let dry before continuing
stars - Tiny Hearts, Flowers, Stars & Flourishes A144, Siam Silver Enamel EP
gems and pearls - unknown


 The following Globecraft and Piccolo products were used:
adhesive - Enamel Embossing Powder Fluid
tree base -Plain Christmas Tree Piccolo Accent S109, Mossy Glen Enamel EP , trunk - Brownstone Enamel EP
stars - Tiny Hearts, Flowers, Stars & Flourishes A144, Deep Blue Sky Enamel EP
garland - Tiny Hearts, Flowers, Stars & Flourishes A144, covered with Glastique and sprinkled with Pure Sparkle Glitter
hearts -Tiny Hearts, Flowers, Stars & Flourishes A144, Deep Red 3D Enamel Gel
pearls - unknown

For both trees the Glastique Gloss Finishing Glaze 1 oz. was used to stick the shapes to the embossed base then the entire base was covered with the same glaze which became an adhesive to hold it all together.

Tree one is an ornament that hangs and 2 is a refrigerator magnet.

I hope you enjoyed a little Christmas in May!

1 comment:

Sandy Fredrick said...

Two wonderful Christmas trees, love the way the little piccolo pieces look as decorations