Hi everyone and welcome to my final 2014 reveal for Southern Girls Challenge. Don’t worry…I’ll be back with more great inspiration for them in 2015. We were asked to inspire you with projects that had a Christmas theme. I am here today sharing my December Daily cover!
I started with the layout sketch over at Stuck?Sketches. Since they do layouts I’m not sure I can enter it into their challenge, but I’ll take inspiration where-ever I can get it and my mojo has been laking lately. I flipped the sketch on it’s side and went from there.
Except for the red ribbon, bling and possibly the snowman (can’t remember which pack he was in) all the products are part of the Simple stories DIY collection. I can’t get enough of this collection. I think it’s one of my favorite Christmas ones of all time. I inked all the paper edges with my prima inkers in green to make them pop off the craft cover.
So tell me…what is your favorite Christmas paper collection past or present?
Until next time…Keep Scrappin!
Hi everyone and welcome to my second guest post for the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop. You should have arrived here from Lisa’s blog.
The idea of this hop is to give you 12 days of inspiration to get those Christmas projects done. You may see cards, layouts, mini albums, altered items or home decor…you’ll have to visit each day to not miss a thing.
For my project today I chose to make a 3×3 meander album with a Christmas theme. I have been sick with bronchitis so I made you a video…Thanks for understanding!
Now before you head off to Scrappin Madge’s I’d love if you followed me here and on my Facebook page (link on the sidebar). If you follow me already please know how honored that makes me feel…I appreciate all of you!
Until next time…Keep Scrapping!
Hi everyone – time for another fun challenge over at Southern Girls. We’re doing Christmas in July. I didn’t have any Christmas pictures to scrap right now so I needed to think outside the box.
What I ended up creating was a mini accordion album. I created a pocket on each page and put a large tag in. The pocket will be labeled with each of my family members names. The tag can then serve as a place for shopping ideas. The patterned paper is also only glued down on three sides so receipts can be slid into the top of each page for that person. You could make this as large as needed, but just adding another set of accordion pages.
To keep the album closed I created a belly band with a matching card stock and some ribbon. I kept the decoration simple so that if someone saw it in your purse it wasn’t so tempting they had to peek.
I hope that my creation inspired you to join our challenge, and until next time…keep scrapping!