Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Silent Night Arch Top Reliquary Tutorial
Hello, Friends! I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge fan of wintry blues. The colors remind me of my childhood when the evening light turned the crystal white snow into a soft, faded blue. Walking up our big hill toward home with the snow crunching under my feet and my breath billowing out in puffs of frozen air always gave me a feeling of peace and happiness. I tried to capture that feeling when creating this Silent Night Arch Top Reliquary Tutorial for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts.
Working with this Arch Top Reliquary from GSL was a wonderful experience. It’s very quick and easy to assemble and has so many pretty details. These chipboard snowflakes have amazing detail and are also quick to alter. My wintry tree is from the Winter Shape Set.
These tiny pinecones are treated with white gesso as were all the chipboard pieces. I share all the details for this piece in the Snapguide tutorial below. But here are a few more photos for you to enjoy.
I love the airy, almost magical feeling these white feathers lend to the piece. Same with the silver skeleton leaves.
The paper I’ve used is Kaisercraft’s new Frosted Collection. It’s dreamy!
Faber-Castell Glitter Bead Gel makes the most perfect snow.
As promised, here’s the Silent Night Arch Top Reliquary Tutorial for you to follow along on Snapguide. I hope you enjoy!
Thanks so much for stopping by! I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
Sorry I’ve been away. Love this make… Love the blues, the deer, and the guide look.
I can feel the winter!!! This is a stunning art piece, Kathy! Your mixed media skill is growing by leaps and bounds! I am super impressed!!!
Oh Kathy, this is absolutely gorgeous!
This is stunning Kathy, love it and it most certainly makes you feel “frosty”! We got some rain mixed with snow during the night and the white stuff is on my windshield and in patches on the grass. Maybe we will have a white Christmas. I just really don’t like the muck it leaves behind when it melts, but I do LOVE watching it come down in huge white fluffy flakes. 🙂