A look at the Home for the Holidays kit and how it could be used.
Christmas is a time for many memories and even more photos. Here's a nice way to display your favourite Christmas images.
Cut 2 x 12cm strips of P1935 Poinsettia paper, using double sided tape attach them to the middle of your 2 sheets of red paper
Using glue or double sided tape, stick green ribbon on just above the poinsettia paper - top and bottom (carefully use a lighter to seal the ribbon ends)
Cut 3 x 5cm strips from your green cardstock
Cut out a 3cm high triangle at the bottom
Tape the strips of green down to your page - 1.5cm from the bottom of the page.
Working from right to left - the spaces are:
(strip 1:) 6cm from the right (working on page 2)
(strip 2) 8cm between 2 strips on page 2 and 6cm from center of page
(strip 3) 5cm from the center of the page
Cut reverse the green side into six 4x4 (inch) squares.
There is enough paper and space if you would like to make these slightly larger - just cut the full page in half and then each half into 3 (4x6)
Use foam squares or strips to mount them onto the page
Cut out all the Images carefully on paper (don't forget the barcode pieces)
Take the large "black" picture and add a piece of ribbon and bow, mount it onto a piece of green cardstock (1cm bigger all around) and place it on the left hand side of page 1
Step 7 & 8
Using the photo's as a guide - place all the ephemera and cutouts on the page, use foam squares where necessary.
I used my Brother Scan n Cut and cut out snowflakes in various sizes out of shimmer paper and place them randomly over the page.
I used Rangers Glossy Accents to glue them down because its a pretty glue just in case i mess.
Use what ever snowflake type stamps you have in various sizes and stamp randomly all over the page - I used the asterisk (*) on this Heidi Swapp stamp in all 3 sizes
Your page is complete, now just add your favourite photo's.
Photo's 12, 13 & 14
This is what I had left over and today I will make Christmas cards from them
Hope you like it
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