15 July 2013

Christmas in July


Welcome to our blog hop!!

take 2 cause half my post didn't show


And Merry Christmas.

For me this was all about using up some of my stash.

I am absolutely not a fan of Christmas ranges but I knew the moment
I saw this My Minds Eye range that I absolutely
had to have it.

Last Chrissy was Miss Chloes first and I have so many pics of her.  I thought that
using a filmstrip or two was a perfect way of using up a group of similar pics.



                               

she's a little bit cute


Same range again and this time with a pic of Jord taken who knows when cause
I forgot to put a date on here.  An oldie but a goodie ♥




hmm....I so hope banners don't go out of vogue ♥


I don't think the flowers on here look odd, even though it's a boy page.
I think because of the theme and paper they take on more of a Chrismassy look
than a feminine one.

The next 4 pics are of a few cards I made.

I just took one piece of double sided paper and the left over stickers and chippys
that I would have just thrown in the back of who know where for probably
forever.

So 1 piece of paper, some scraps and things and I have 4 cards all done for Christmas.

In like 161 days ♥





Hope you found a little inspiration.

Enjoy the rest of the hop.











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9 comments:

Allie Stewart said...

Your work is so elegant! I absolutely love the use of that gorgeous MME line, you definitely rocked it.

Sandra Bunch said...

OMG I LOVE your work! I'm so glad I visited your blog from Ruth's blog hop - I will be back soon to scour it, right now I'm off to wipe up the drool from my laptop. hahaha!

Kimberly Kett said...

GORGEOUS!!

Tasha said...

Gorgeous!!! The way you used those paper straws on the first page is fabulous!

senoritaml said...

Banners won't go out of style if you are making them. These projects are beautiful!

Jenny said...

So many awesome layers here. What's not to love? And I love that u made cards to use up that stash, too.

Sue Ko said...

your work is AMAZING! Everything is so detailed and intricate.

Theresa Sondjo said...

So many beautiful layouts! I particularly love the cards. What a great way to use up last year's stash ... this year's cards!

Melissa said...

So so dimensional these are definitely frameable!