Wednesday, December 27, 2017

‘Ho Ho Ho!’ by Amy C

Happy Christmas everyone!

I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas with your family friends.
I am just popping in today to share with you, a Christmas page, that is not using the traditional Christmas colours.

I have been waiting to scrap this photo of Samuel. It was captured a few Christmas’s ago outside the famous Myer Christmas window display.

Let’s start with the patterned paper. I have used the Cocoa Vanilla collection. 

As you can see here, I have tucked one of the paper lace doilies behind photo.
After I prepared and adhered my photo I used a D-Lish Scraps 5” x 5” stencil in both starts and dots and applied Sienna ColourBlast texture paste to the corners of the medium square.

So here, in this cluster, I used a wooden star from my stash. If you look in the shop, there are wood veneer mixed star value packs – divine goodies!
The candy twine was used to wrap the JAP – Seriously Rad kit. It’s perfect to go with the Christmas theme. I have also used D-Lish Dots placed randomly around. I roughly trimmed a piece of the Punchinella, then placed a flair button on top.

Over the bottom left hand corner, as you can see, I have created a little cluster on top of a wooden star from my supplies at home. If you look at the D-Lish Scraps store, you will see there is an abundant supply of wood veneers to choose from.
The red paper flower is form a past JAP kit. You will also find a great variety of paper flowers in the store.
Scattered around the red flower, the paper flowers are from the Little Birdie range: I love these … so much to choose from.

Finally, I placed my die-cut title on top of Washi tape from a past JAP kit.

The D-Lish Scraps kits are full of amazing little morsels, that provide for open-ended creativity! They can vary from Washi tape, stencils, flair buttons, and paper doilies to wooden veneers. All great for card-making, layouts, journalling and even gifts for your dear friends. 

For now, I do wish you all a happy and safe summer break!

Ciao for now, Amy

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