Happy Friday! I am sooo glad it is finally here. My dad is coming tomorrow for Thanksgiving and I am so excited! :)
So are you ready for another share?
I created this project using the add-on kit from The Paper Bakery, plus some of my own goodies from my stash. (TH tray and paint)
I started with a Tim Holtz Configuration Tray (can you say LOVE?) and painted it off white. After that was dry, I brushed a coat of crackle paint on for a vintage effect. Next, I liberally coated the entire piece with a Peeled Paint Distress Stain. If you haven't tried these out yet, they are fab-u-lous!
After the entire tray was dry, I started fussy cutting the fun little embellishments for each section. I used the Echo Park 'Holly Jolly' sticker sheet (from the kit) for this part. To make the sticker more 'durable' and easier to stand up, I stuck them to a piece of white cardstock before I cut them out.
I used EK Success Mega Dots to get the depth in each little box. (these are awesome BTW - I must get more) I added some Stickles to several pieces and glued it all in place. I wrapped the ribbon from the kit around the entire tray and Viola! You have a cute Holiday decoration.
here's the finished tray!
Also, did you know the Paper Bakery is having a Design Team Call (for Jan-June2012). All of the details are HERE. You should really check it out!
I still have one more day of shares - so come back tomorrow for two more projects I created using some bits and pieces of the Paper Bakery kit! Have a great one!