Sunday, November 6, 2016
Happy, Happy Christmas Blog Hop
Welcome to our Happy, Happy Christmas Blog Hop! This special hop features Close To My Heart's November special - Happy, Happy Christmas bundle! The consultants participating in this blog hop will be sharing ADDITIONAL things you can create with this awesome bundle. If you came here from Melinda Everitt's Blog you are on the right track! When you get to the bottom of my post look for the next blog link to hop to the next blog! If you get lost, you can see the entire blog list HERE.
I created all five layouts AND the additional projects with my bundle and I STILL had several My Crush pages and Picture My Life cards left. After placing the layouts in my beautiful red Legacy Album that came in the bundle, I realized that I really needed a cover page for the beginning of my album. So I went back to my leftovers to see what I could come up with.
I think it turned out quite lovely for a cover page and it was so easy!
I used two of the My Crush pages. The green page says "Merry Christmas". When I discovered I had a red 4x6 PML card, I decided that it was perfect for placing right over the page. I popped it up with 3D Foam tape. I added banners and tabs from leftover scraps. Next I cut out the Christmas tree from a 3x4 PML journaling card and added to the 3x4 PML card with the deer. I still had a couple of glitter die-cut stars left from the City Sidewalks Compliments so I added those to my page as well. I wrote the year on the "Merry Christmas" card with my silver Metallic Marker (Z1768).
Now my album is all ready for my pictures!!
I had several PML cards left that I made into Christmas cards! Please come back to visit as I will be sharing those through out the month too!
Remember! This specially priced Happy, Happy Christmas Bundle will be available ONLY through November 30th. Get it now and be AHEAD of the Christmas rush with your completed layouts!
Contact your consultant to order yours or if you don't have one, order from my website today at:
Now it is time to hop over to Jennifer Dykstra's blog and see what she has created!