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A Sneek Peak at Christmas


designer: Ann- Katrin


Our favorite memories of Christmas
are so special and putting them on a page and
remembering them each year makes it even more fun because
looking back gets us even more excited for the next Christmas to come!
so with that in mind we would like to share with you

that we have beautiful collections of glittery and embossed
Holiday memories and parties all the more special!

Today our designers shared some of their special Christmas moments
with you of their holidays and we even shared
a few creative ways to do trees on your pages!







designer: Tracey Taylor

Tracey layered lots of our papers for her layout and added
ribbons, lace edging and even some glittery beads to
to remember this fun photo day of her little Santa baby :)



designer: Petra Offrell

Petra created her page by using a plain white piece
of cardstock and layering different pieces of our
Christmas papers. She added a super creative tree
and has given us the tutorial so that you can do this too!



First cut the paper in strips with a punch



then cut apart the strips into tiny pieces that you
will layer. Starting at the bottom and then going up
and in to the top, you can create this beautiful tree for your page!





designer: Debbie Fitzgerald
saving a photo of your child and putting their christmas list
is a wonderful idea to remember the things they
wished and fun to look back on in the future...

designer: Julie Walton


Julie also created this fun layered layout with lots of
foam pop dots, a cute banner and this cute tree that
she cut and fringed and layered. Our glitter
cardstock worked great for this page and all the shiny
colors and glitz put you right in the spirit!




designer: Kim Holmes

This layout of taking pictures with Santa is absolutely adorable!
She cut out lots of circles, trees and presents and popped them up
and created the perfect scene for this photo!
And the perfect title don't you think?


Hope this gets you going in the Holiday Spirit
and don't forget to leave a comment for the glitter dots!
Today is the last day!

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, that tree idea is super!! Lots of work, but what an effect! You are SO putting me in the spirit!

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  2. These pages are putting me in the Christmas mood!

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