Monday, December 28, 2009

Merry Christmas

This layout is of our Christmas tree this year.  I took a picture of the tree with the presents under it before the kids and dog woke up Christmas morning.


The background paper and green photo mat came from a paper stack I bought at Michaels called Winter Wodland by Creative Imaginations.  The tree and flourishes are flocked.  The red paper came from the holiday paper stack by Die Cuts With a View.  I used the Cricut cartridge Winter Woodland to cut out the photo mat and backing. I used Christmas Red Stickles on the red photo backing and photo corners which I cut out using an EK Success corner punch, an then inked with gold ink.

Along the bottom is a border embellishment by K & Company, which I backed with some beautiful green lace.


I had some tiny red ribbons in my stash that I added to the flocked tree along with some bling.


I found the picture of the Santa on the internet.  I added lots of stickles to it.


The felt poinsettias I found at Michaels.  I added some red and green stickles to it.  I took some gold wired ribbon and twirled it around a pencil and then added it to the layout. The large red snowflake came from Target, and everything else I found in my stash.


5 comments:

Denise said...

This is breathtaking!! Wow you are so talented! I love every detail of this lo and I will be scraplifting some of your ideas..just so u know..lol ;) Seriously..this is just beautiful!! Do you post these anywhere else? Like other scrap sites? I'm a Design Team Member at Pages in Time and we'd love to have you share your work with us!!

Sandi Clarkson said...

Debbie, this is just wonderful! I especially like how you put the green ribbon under an ordinary K&C embellie. Great job on the tree .. both of them!

lisa said...

This absolutely beautiful! Do you, by chance, remember where you found the pic of Santa? He is divine. Love your work. Thanks for sharing, and congrats on being in the CHIRP!

Glynis said...

I love your layered creations. Just gorgeous! Congrats on being featured in the cricut newsletter (which lead me to here).

ginalovesdave said...

I cannot get over how beautiful your layouts are! You are so talented. I am glad I stumbled across your layout on A Cherry on Top!