Are you starting to think about Christmas already? I know I am. Today Stampin’ Up! launches the Holiday catalogue. You can now purchase any of these products online here or by contacting me. Please contact me if you would like a catalogue and you don’t have one.
For years I have created a December daily album. I have included a lot of journaling about our Christmas traditions, our Christmas preparations, our presents, our December life. Last year, with a new baby, I just didn’t get around to it. I fell in love with this kit from Stampin’ Up! as soon as I saw it. There is an 8’x8’ album in beautiful Old Olive which comes with 10 divided page protectors. Then you can purchase the Journaling Tags as inserts into the pockets. So cute and so easy.
You would have arrived here from Monique Fielder’s blog. Aren’t we a talented bunch of ladies?
As you’ve probably noticed chevrons are the latest craze and I must admit I do adore a chevron. That’s why I was so excited by this chevron border punch. I have used the punched out chevrons to highlight my kids with their cousin. Love, love, love this chevron punch. Can you tell I’m a bit excited today?
I have added a few embellishments to these pages but you could just use the journaling cards and add them into the pockets. Above I have used my new favourite stamp and punch combination, Christmas Collectibles, the baubles. This set is amazing value at only $49.25 for the clear mount stamps (5) and matching punch. How easy and effective are they?
I have created a layout using the Seasons of Style Designer Series Paper and one of the cards from the Season of Style Designer Journaling Tags. I also used a tag from the Stamp a Tag Kit. This kit is so cheap. It comes with 2 ink spots, 2 wood mounted stamps, 2 lots of twine and 24 tags in a beautiful little box. Perfect for making your own tags for your Christmas gifts.
For those of you who like to read the journaling. Cute stamp (Color Me Christmas) I’ve used to add a little more detail to the Journaling Tag.
Here’s the chevron border punch again with some of the washi tape underneath and the chevron stamp from Stamp a Tag Kit.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my scrapbooking. I hope I’ve inspired you to dig out your Christmas photos and get those memories recorded.
Thank you for joining us on our ESAD blog hop.
The next blog you’ll be visiting along the way is Kylie Clemmence’s. Don’t forget to leave a few comments along the way. We all love to know how you feel about our work.
1. Narelle Hoggard
USING: Bow Tie Die and Winter Frost Designer Paper
2. Keryn Campbell
Using: Thankful Tablescape Simply Created Kit
3. Monique Fielder
USING: Packaging – window box, 6" box with matching cards using Winter Frost DSP
4. Amity Knight ME You’re here
USING: Divided Page Protectors, Journaling Cards and Album
5. Kylie Clemmence
6. Kathryn Ruddick
USING: Build A Banner Simply Created Kit
7. Libby Dyson
USING: Sweater weather DSP, large boxes & Bow tie die
8. Emily Campbell
USING: Santas List, Christmas Messages and Envelope Liner Framelits
9. Sharlene Meyer
10. Delys Cram
11. Ann Wills
12. Anna Mathieson
USING: Joyful Christmas, and wonderful wreath
13. Andrea Buckland
USING: Joyful Christmas
14. Mel Sharp
15. Angie Jones
USING: Red Goodie Bundle Simply Created Kit, Season of Style Designer Washi Tape
16. Jenny Hayward
USING: Wishing You
17. Jenny Humpherys
USING: Seasons of Style Journalling tags