It's hard to believe we are already into December and the Christmas season, isn't it?
I've really been on a roll creating with the adorable graphic of the Joyeux Noel Angel that I found a few weeks ago on Pinterest.
So, in keeping with my French Christmas theme, I have been having a blast making these pretty peat pots for my Etsy shop.
I've filled the pots with all sorts of glittery goodness and tons of details!
The pots have been painted with my favorite creamy shade of chalk paint, then dusted a bit with clear coarse glitter. Nestled in a bed of shredded brown kraft paper and snippets of shredded vintage sheet music is the cutest petite bottle brush tree. I bleached it a wonderful creamy white, then flocked and coated in more clear glitter.
Pretty creamy cotton lace, as well as a paper rose (which I couldn't help but coat in fine silver glitter!) embellishes the top.
I fashioned a handle of wire, which I wrapped in pretty vintage inspired silver tinsel trim (love!).
I added the sweet little French angel, mounted on chipboard and glittered (are you sensing a theme here with all of the glittery goodness??).
Also tucked inside is a bit of faux greenery, sparkly silver faux berries, and a cute little jingle bell that I coated in silver glitter.
Topping it all off is a pretty silver and white glittery snowflake,and a "Joyeux Noel"
So there you have it, my version of a glittery silver French Christmas!
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