Hello and Welcome to our Monthly Scrappbooking blog hop!!
This is an amazing global group of scrapbookers who focus on using Stampin' Up! products!
This month, our theme is a colour challenge featuring the new In Colors!! For Christmas. For the traditionalists (like me!) this was a great challenge!!
Sharon is the great mastermind behind the challenge theme this month!!
So, my favourite 'go to' for quick, fun and awesome Christmas stamping has been Merriest Moments (which I think is now sold out!!) BUT, at the time of writing, the Merriest Frames hybrid folder and dies are still available. I've also used another favourite this year - The Leaves of Holly bundle - which has the dies sold out but the stamp set still available!!
As I AM a traditionalist, I did use the Parakeet Party for the holly leaves (a little stretch from the usual colour I know!) and the Sweet Sorbet for the berries and then used the Starry Sky for the die cut frame on the edges of the photos, the Tahitian Tide for the background stamping, and the Orchid Oasis for the little tiny flowers die cut using the In Colour shimmer paper.
The Labels Aglow dies made the perfect title for my page and I even added some Tahitian Tide metallic ribbon underneath.
This is a simple page with a few clusters around the photos, but I love the freshness of it!!
|UP next is the wonderful Jill|
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Beautiful layout. The Holly/leaf elements are perfect. Really great job.ReplyDelete
Such a great layout! I love how you used the colors, they go so nicely together the way you used them.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful! I love the stamped/die cut clusters behind your photos. They really make the photos pop. TFSReplyDelete
love the holly in this bright color scheme! so used to seeing it in dark reds and greens. Great page!ReplyDelete