More Holiday LOs
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! I’m glad all of the holiday activities are done and we have a week to rest before school and dance classes resume, because everything wore me out! Sitting at home with nowhere to go is just fine by me this week :)
credits: Gingerbread mini and Candy Cane Papers by Pixel Works at scrapartist.com; Holly leaves and buttons from Funky Junky Christmas by Michelle Godin, Rachel Young and Kate Hadfield; Cookies 4 Kids temlate by Dani Mogstad at SweetShoppeDesigns; Bad Sewing Machine 12 - Don't Be a Square 2 by Traci Reed at SweetShoppeDesigns; fonts: CK Chocolate Sundae
journaling: I admit it, I just don’t get why Sarah won’t go near Santa again this year. Even the second floor of the mall looking down on him below is too close for her comfort. She is excited to have him bring presents in a couple of days, talks about him coming, and will watch him on the TV and the computer with no problem- just don’t ask her to sit on his lap because it won’t happen. If you ask her why, she replies “I’m shy.”
credits: by Kasia Designs at ShabbyPickleDesigns: He's Coming Down the Chimney, Santa Baby Alpha, Christmas Medley, Christmas Medley Alpha, Pieces of Christmas (painted Christmas tree); Jumpers 21-24 by Crystal Livesay at scrapbookgraphics.com; fonts: CK Chocolate Sundae
journaling: Whether it is baking cookies of a dozen varieties, making beaded ornaments for teacher gifts, crafting gingerbread houses and people at home and at school, designing pretty newsletters or putting together reindeer candy canes to hand out at dance class the next morning, there is always something crafty going on at our house during the holidays. It is fun to work together on a project; not only does it go faster with many hands, but it is much more enjoyable to have good company while you work!
credits: by Ztampf! at scrapbookgraphics: Lumoz Whimzy Overlays, Back Drops, Appliquettes No. 3, Date strip and markers from Birthday Bliss; P365 Jumpers by Crystal Livesay at scrapbookgraphics; gold alpha from One Magic Night by Flergs and Alana McCarthy at scrapbookgraphics; scalloped border from Festival by Shabby Princess
fonts: Christine, Century Gothic
a gift card holder I made for my BIL credits: at scrapbookgraphics: The Last Trapper by Glam Fairy, Early Morning Kit by Diamonte Designs; Hybrid Magic 32 Gift Card Holder by Michelle Filo at LittleDreamerDesigns
A few pages of the calendar I made for family for Christmas. I’ve done CD calendars for a number of years, but this year I went with a more traditional 8.5x11 spiral-bound size.
credits: 2010 Calendar Complete Kit by Natali Designs at scrapbookgraphics
and this year’s newsletter that I sent out via mail to many friends and family.