Tuesday, December 15, 2009

From Here 2 Scrapternity

I participated in a online crop on From Here to Scrapternity this past weekend. Yes I should have been making Christmas cards and in fact I did make a few. But I have several more to make.

This page was done for a Sketch Challenge. I used Basic Grey Porcelain collection and my Home Accents Cricut cartridge.
This was for a "countdown" challenge. 5 pictures, 4 patterned papers, 3 embellishments, 2 word title, and 1 creative journaling. The 5th photo, 4th patterned paper, and journaling is behind the Santa Claus envelope which is what I grabbed from Macy's when Emma dropped her letter so Santa. They had those there for the children to write but Emma had already written hers and sealed it. So I took that one for scrappin. :) For the page I used Bazzill, Brenda Walton, Rusty Pickle alphas, and Imaginsce. Here is Emma dropping off said letter.

This challenge was to use the contemporary Christmas colors which just so happen to be my favorite. Red, dark green, cream, and gold. Red Bazzill, Imaginsce, and Thickers. Actually this came from same kit (don't remember which one..sorry) as the previous page.
And this page was for a One Word Challenge. They gave you several words to choose from and you had to journal 20+ words. Not crazy but my handwriting but it is mine ya know?! I used some Bazzill cardstock that I found in the local Michaels and some MME paper that Von at Life Preservers sold a few months back. Also my infamous Thickers. I love me some Thickers.

So there was a Punch challenge too which fit in perfectly for my design for my Christmas cards I had planned to do. This Cosmo Cricket paper Von also sold a few months ago. I love this collection. The punch and stamp is from Stampin Up.

Thanks for looking at my creations! I hope you all are ready to celebrate the birth of our Savior! I can't imagine a greater gift.


myletterstoemily said...

wow! you are so talented!

SnapWhiz said...

I love all of your creations in this post! Those cards are so sweet and I love that Christmas layout with your beautiful daughter in it!