December Mixed Media Kit–Tres Jolie Kit Club-Poinsettia “Vase”

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For my first project using the December Mixed Media Kit, I altered an old jelly jar and added some faux floral pieces to create a rustic, winter/holiday décor piece!


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You can’t see it in the photos, but I used the last bit of my drywall tape with the holes from the kit across the top of the jar to help arrange my foliage and poinsettias! And, because the flowers aren’t glued in, I can switch them out if I want!


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I have so many different textures on my “vase”! I used the crazing medium and the grid drywall tape from the kit, and some crackle paste and glitter from my stash to decorate the jar!

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As you can see, I used the crackle paste with the stencil from this months kit! I love the stencil from this month, it is a “simple” leaf pattern which makes if very versatile!

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The final coat on the piece was to spray it with (and roll it in!) the “Treasure Island Aqua” Moon Shadow Mist by Lindy’s Gang that came in the kit!

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In addition to the December Mixed Media Kit, I used:

  • FabriTac
  • E6000
  • Distress Glitter Dust – Vintage Platinum
  • Basic Grey-Juniper Berry-Balsam
  • Prima White Crackle Texture Paste
  • Tim Holtz Sanding Block
  • Mainstays Foliage
  • Jute Twine
  • Old Jelly Jar

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