Hello. That’s it in this second part we will now decorate the elements that we had achieved in the first part. We will start by our little house, there is no great thing to do, there will be the roof, we’ll have to give some depth or to the various elements. So I will start by using a small stencils effect foliage to give the feeling that we have leaves who climb along. Thus I’ll go use the paint of the DIMENTIONAL PEARL as I did in the first part, a little sponge CUT-N-DRY and I’m going, just in angles, give this little effect of foliage, small branches that go up by going more and more fine.Just a little effect in fact ivy climbing. I will also shade the edges, slices, angles for this I just take VERSAFINE and I will also give a little bit of depth to the contours of the windows and doors. I will now be able to realize the mounting my house. That’s it, my little house is up, however, one thing is missing its importance is the roof. In the first part I had realized small backgrounds, so I’m going to recover these falls, a small round punch and I will perforate a multitude of small rounds that will be used to make the roof Here are the small circles cut I will be able to start pasting them. My little roof is now finished, I’ll give it a little winter effect, since Christmas is still happening in Winter, and I’m going to add little touches of gesso. I will be able to decorate now my little wooden elements or paper, my little ones first and I’m going to decorate them way ball snow, for this I will use Acrylic paint of various colors, orange, pink. I’m going to make small Christmas balls, little balls of fir using a stencil and a small sponge.I note a little bit of painting, like that, I’m blurring my sponge so that it does not overflow. I will also play with my little ones POSCA markers and add a little bit of elements, like that. but also my small DIMENSIONAL PEARLS I have used on my GEL PRESS or that I have used to make small funds. So always make a little test touch before to avoid having bubbles of air that would ruin everything, so we just put small touches of relief like that I can also play to add small sequins that will also give a little bit of texture, a little bit of relief and especially a little bit of brilliance.While waiting for my little fir trees dry I’ll take care of my little candles. So I’m taking a little bit of MEDIUM GEL that I’m going to apply on the outer surface and in the
first part I cleaned the funds from my stencils with tissue paper, I cut these little pieces of tissue paper in little bits and I glue them on my candle with GEL MEDIUM. I chose GEL MEDIUM gloss, bright because I find that a little bit more nice for Christmas and I’m like that stick my little pieces without really take into account neither the size, nor color, actually a little in puzzles and I will finish decorating afterwards.Here we have our small montages that are facts about the photophores then actually when we look like that we have a little bit of a feeling of seeing what we do in kindergarten with the children, already of a that proves that we can achieve that with the children, but in addition it is not completed and this is the next step that goes give these funds their full value. We will take a stencil, with rather fine patterns. I will choose acrylic paint so here I have a little bit of pink, a little bit of blue and a big dominant of yellow so I’m going mostly orient on the rose who is in the minority. So pink, burgundy here with these DINA WAKLEY paintings that I like especially, who are especially bright so I’m going put a little bit of pink, a little bit of Eggplant. And using my stencils and a little piece of CUT-N-DRY I’m going start creating patterns.I will now take a little bit from GESSO and I will realize a small frosty border, like that, using a brush. So first I just put a little little on the edge and then I do not hesitate to do a little bit thick and dripping, a great thickness that overflows on the edge and then I tap with a sharp blow, Once this is done and before that the gesso is dry, I will take a little bit of GLITTERS that I put in a small cup for it to be simpler and soak, simply, my gesso in the glitters And here is my Santa Claus, my little fir tree and I give you an appointment very very soon for a next video. .