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Holiday Blog Hop Today!!

Hi Everyone...

It's our first blog hop at Best Creation today and all of us are excited to show you lots of fabulous projects for the upcoming Holiday and we are giving1 lucky person a chance to win $100 worth of Best Creations products and a second person a chance to win our Valentine Collection of papers and stickers!


How wonderful is that!!We have 13 stops so leave a comment on each blog as you hop alongto collect the letters of our secret wordand then leave a comment on our final BC blog. Send your entry with the word to teresa@bestcreation.us.Contest closes midnight Dec 2nd.
The Winners will be announced on Friday Dec 3rd so good luck and have fun hopping!
And one more thingfor every 10 new followersthat we get beforefriday we will pick 1 in 10 to win a paper pack too!
So are you ready to get started on our Holiday Hop-your first stop on the hop is at Tracey's Blog
and just in case youget off track the links are listed in order at the bottom!so Have fun and get inspired for th…

So Much to Be Thankful for....

It is nearing the end of Autumn sadly and a special timeto look back and remember all the things in life thatwe are so very Thankful for.Great Families, Good Food, Great Friends and Good Health-to name but a few....
All of us here at Best Creation would like to wish each and every one of you a very, very
Happy Thanksgiving Holiday!




And today we are sharing some fun cards to make forthe next holiday ahead to send good wishesand letters to catch up on your families events for the year....
We all used lots of our Christmas and Winter Collectionsto create all of these just for you!

Guest designer: Debbie Sherman


designer: Teresa Horner










designer: Rita Barakat


designer: JonaPanessa

designer: Teresa Horner





designer: Kim Holmes





designer: Natalie Dever







designer: Julie Walton
We are having our first blog hop Monday Nov. 29th so <

Ornaments for your Tree!

designer: Petra Offrell

As the season approaches we all start getting outour decorations, thinking of starting a Christmas list and rememberingour favorite things from last year and the traditions that wehold so dear!
One of our favorite Traditions is putting up ourChristmas trees and filling them with lots of pretty ornaments.So all the B.C. designers got out their best papers, scissors, Helmar glueand lots and lots of stickers and created some fun ideas for you!


You can use already purchased snowflakes and die cut glittery ones to layer on it. Just add ribbonand some silver beads and its ready to hang up on the tree....


Using the scenes on our winter paper made it easyto cover this purchased paper mache ornament and just add our stick on words and lots of ribbonand extra snowflakes.

designer: Katarina Damm
Making folded shaped ornaments is an easy way to createlots of them to put on a tree. Just cut out the shape out of gorgeous paper, glue it together and add pretty flowers and ribbons.

New Guest Designer for November

As cold as it is in the snow and as hard as it is to get places sometimes sure takes a back seatto the sometimes breathtaking scenes that we cansee when you have a first snowfall or even when you are caught as big giant snowflakes fall effortlessly from the sky on you!It is truly a gorgeous thing to behold!!
We have a few more pages to share using our Winter Collectionsand a very special guest designer this month.
Her name is Debbie Sherman and she has been scrapbookingfor about 20 years now, and claims it is her greatest passion. She loves photography and stays in touch with her grandchildrenby scrapbooking their photos to stay current since they live so far away.


Guest Designer for November
Debbie Sherman




Debbie gets her inspiration from people, places and thingsaround her. Her favorites are flea markets, vintage homes,museums and inspiration from her favorite scrappers!Best description of her style is a Shabby Romantic look!She loves to layer her papers as you can tell and lovesto crea…

The Magic of Snowflakes

It's amazing how each and every snowflake can be differentif you look close enough and to create them is even more fun and can make some beautiful and reallycreative pages for you and your friends.
Today we are showing you pages made withthe beautiful crystal icy blues of our Winter Collectionand fun ways to add snowflakes and flowers on your pages.


designer: Alicia Barry


Instead of buying premade snowflakes you can cut them out of a sheet of paper and vary the differentshapes and sizes and pop them up with clear Helmar scrap dotsso that you can't see them underneath.


Both the trees and the snowman are cut outfrom our papers!


supplies: Glitter Papers 177, 430, 083EC 005 chipboard stickers


designer: Tracey Taylor
supplies: glitter papers 083, 437silver glitter cardstock, lace, rhinestones, doilies

designer: Petra Offrell
Our papers are also great for everyday pictures-where in this photo you absolutely catch the brilliant blueof his eyes by the colors in the papers.
Notice all the beauti…