Monday, December 5, 2011

Dancing Around the Christmas Tree

Hello Bloggers!

This is on the front of the book page I did yesterday. (To see how we started, see yesterdays post.)

The papers again are from the 8x8 paper pack Christmas Emporium from Graphic 45.

I took the Game Piece and added red and black permanent markers to it. Then a layer of Glossy Accents to the top.

Gold Stickles and Platinum Pearl-Liquid Pearls are dotted around the tree and edges to brighten up the Christmas Party.

Tea Dye Distress Ink is added to the Let It Snow-Christmas Past tan paper and the ever popular Botanicabella-Antiquities background paper. (I loved that collection:(

I've fussy cut the scroll and the bow. Glossy Accents is applied to the Bow for dimension.

I REALLY loved how the Bow turned out!!!

The Bow and the Scroll are layered up onto chipboard. I used 2 layers for the Bow.

Glue as you like and you're done!

Any one of these pages could be used as a Christmas Card idea....make a whole set!

Moving right along now.

Another page tomorrow!


And Happy 30th Anniversary today to the best guy ever! Mwah!


Marijane said...

WOW! The cover of the little accordion book is just darling! I can imagine how cute the bow looks all popped-up and dimensional. Great idea to use these ideas on Christmas cards for a less labor intensive project. I am re-creating your box and book as you have done but will still have some of the papers left-over and can use them on cards, if not this year... then next. Can't wait for the next page!

Candy C said...

Hi Linda. Beautiful Christmas cover! I love it! Your work is always so exceptional! I love the G45 papers and you really utilize them the way they were meant to be used! <3 Candy

Wanda H said...

Wow!! 30 years... that is awesome!!! Happy Anniversary!! I am lovin' your book!!!

Lori said...

Love the book! And Happy Anniversary! I've gotten so far behind on blogging, etc, that I missed seeing your trip, however, one of the great things about cyber land is that I can go back and look. lol. Looks like you had a wonderful time, always nice to get away for a while.