I thought I would share some Christmas projects I designed for Canadian Scrapbooker.
First up....here are 3 cards I created for the Winter issue 2012 using Bo Bunny's Mistletoe collection.
|I added Robin's Nest Dew Drops as ornaments on this tree.|
On December 11, I had a blog post over at Canadian Scrapbooker about a Christmas card I made with Stampin' Up! products.
Here is the card....
|The tree is made with folded doilies cut with a Stampin Up Sizzix die.|
Right now there is a HUGE contest over at Canadian Scrapbooker called "12 Days of Giving". Every day you can enter to win a prize package from a different sponsor! Click HERE to check it out.
I designed two Christmas projects for this contest, using Fancy Pants "Home for Christmas" and My Little Shoebox "Winter Wonderland".
I made Christmas crackers with the Fancy Pants papers for Day 3 of the contest....
They are super simple to make....
Put SookWang double sided adhesive tape (1/4") at top and bottom edges of the paper. Put a second strip of adhesive tape under the top strip (this will hold the tissue paper in place).
Remove the backing from the second piece of tape along the top.Cut a wider piece of tissue paper that extends about 4 inches past each side of the paper/roll.
Centre the tissue paper edge on that exposed adhesive strip.
Now remove the remaining top and bottom adhesive strips and wrap paper with tissue around your empty roll.
Almost done....just tie one end with twine, fill with prizes and goodies, tie the other end and decorate the top!
For my second project on Day 4 of 12 Days of Giving, I designed an Advent Garland using My Little Shoebox "Winter Wonderland" collection.
|I bought the pretty iridescent silver garland at Canadian Tire, and I found the clothespins in Hobby Lobby in the States.|
One of the pieces of MLS papers had all of the numbers 1 - 25, which I cut out and adhered to the front of the pocket envelopes. I added stickers from their sticker sheet to decorate them a bit more.
On the back side of the pocket envelopes, I put small doilies (cut with the same Stampin' Up doily die I used for the tree "Joy" card). In the centre of each doily I put an alphabet letter sticker, so the entire banner in reverse spells "Have a Merry Christmas!"
In the pockets I put chocolate gold coins....but I think my teenagers would prefer the real thing!
It's not too late to win a prize package over at Canadian Scrapbooker! Stop by there and check out all the fabulous projects made by the rest of the Design Team using all of the papers and products from contest sponsors! Click HERE and enter to win yourself a Christmas present.
I'd like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas! May you be blessed with a peaceful and joyous holiday season :)