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Tutorials to get you into the Holiday Mood Part 1: illuminated Christmas Canvas

illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll

Soooo … Halloween is over and now we’re officially taking large steps towards the Holiday Season. If you are anything like me, you just LOVE Christmas Time, all the decorating, beautiful lights everywhere, cozy late afternoons curled up on the Sofa with a Cup of Coffee / Tea / Hot Chocolate and your favourite Book / Magazine / Movie while it’s cold outside, preparing little Surprises for your loved ones … I love this time of Year! So – once Halloween is over I officially start with the first Holiday Projects – because – hey hey – only  7 Weeks left till December 24th – and you know how time flies – so starting early saves lots of last-minute-I-am-so-ready-for-a-vacation-and-christmas-isnt-fun-this-way-stress *wink* …

So – how about you? Do you love Christmas Time as much as I do? Are you slowly but sure getting into the Holiday Mood already? Let me know in the Comments – I’d love to hear!


Over the next Weeks I will share a couple of fun Holiday related Tutorials with you to get you right into the Christmas Mood – starting today with this cute illuminated Mixed Media Canvas.



Let’s start with the How-To-Video:

Supplies used: 12 x 12 Inch Canvas (1.75 Inch deep framed), Acrylic Paint (Liquitex Basic), Texture Paste (white Texture Paste, Prima Gold Crackle Texture Paste, Imagination Crafts Sparkle Medium “champagne”), Gel Medium, Mod Podge, Maya Gold “black sparkle”, white Sharpie Paintmarker, Chipboard Embellishments (Basic Grey), old Bookpages, string of Christmas Lights, Holiday Whimsies Printables Digi-Pack




And some Detail-Shots …


illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll

illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll

illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll



illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll



illuminated Christmas Canvas Tutorial by Andrea Gomoll

So – I hope you’ve enjoyed the first Holiday Tutorial of the Season. If you create a Project inspired by this Tutorial please share it with me on my Facebook Page or in my Cre8tive Cre8tions Group or Tag me on Instagram and / or use the Hashtag #cre8tivecre8tions so I can check it out!



Holiday Whimsies Digital Pack by Andrea Gomoll

  • Ruth Guthrie - Andrea, this is so adorable. I’ve been wanting to make a canvas with little lights for about a year. Can’t wait to try this.2. November 2015 – 16:16ReplyCancel

  • Dianne Herlihy - I love your technique and your spirit! Thank you!2. November 2015 – 19:01ReplyCancel

  • Dianne Herlihy - Thank you for the tutorial!! I’m going to do it as soon as I purchase your Holiday Whimsies, which is right now!2. November 2015 – 20:03ReplyCancel

  • Mary Cushing Harris - Love it!!! So glad I got them!! They are adorable!2. November 2015 – 22:08ReplyCancel

  • CLare Collins - I totally love this. I loved watching he Halloween one and love this even more. I’ve never done mixed media before but this has really inspired me to give it a go. Especially as I have a canvas that has a small rip in it so I’ll be able to make use of it. Thank you3. November 2015 – 11:56ReplyCancel

  • Maggie Barbour - Outstanding and inspiring! Thank you for sharing your techniques!3. November 2015 – 14:44ReplyCancel

  • Tutorials to get you into the Holiday Mood Part 2: Snowman Canvas » Cre8tive Cre8tions by Andrea Gomoll - […] … one week has passed since I shared the first Holiday Project Tutorial with you (check it out here) – which means we’re one Week closer to Christmas & Winter – yay … I […]8. November 2015 – 13:23ReplyCancel

  • Andrene - Absolutely adorable! I can’t wait to create some fun things with the digi pack! Thanks!!8. November 2015 – 14:43ReplyCancel

  • Zandra Cudney - I love the snowflake stencil is it possible to get the link to order it from Germany? Love these digis2. December 2015 – 16:02ReplyCancel

  • Renee Orta - Beautiful !!! I love the lights effect.28. December 2015 – 11:28ReplyCancel

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