A Very Merry Christmas – dt layout for Creative Embellishments

Happy Thursday, everyone! I’m up on the Creative Embellishments blog with another Christmas layout to share using some FABULOUS Creative Embellishments Chipboard pieces! I can’t get enough of the wonderfully intricate snowflakes and this time I went with quite a bit of holly and berries too. πŸ˜€ I’ve been loving all the gorgeous CE frames too! This week, I used pics of my son, Matthew, tearing into his pressies. I simply adore his sweet, easy going smile. πŸ˜€ For my layout, I was also inspired by a sketch over at Purple Pumpkin, so be sure to check them out as well. πŸ˜€ For my take on the Purple Pumpkin sketch I rotated the sketch 90 degrees counterclockwise. Here’s what I created:

A Very Merry Christmas

Here’s a close up of the cluster w/the awesome Letter to Santa Set:

A Very Merry Christmas detail

Materials:

Creative Embellishments chipboard snowflakes
CE Holly and Berry Border and Sprigs
CE Holly and Berry Flourishes
CE Holly and Berry Frame
CE Letter to Santa Set
CE A Very Merry Christmas title piece
Memory Box paper
Modeling paste
Shimmerz Texturez
American Crafts cardstock
Pitt Artist markers and pens
gesso
Acrylic paint

TFL! Don’t forget to enter the Creative Embellishments December Challenge for your chance to win a $20 gc to the CE store!

 

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jean marmo
    Dec 19, 2013 @ 08:04:13

    Love your background!

  2. Judith Armstrong
    Dec 20, 2013 @ 18:38:28

    Love your take on the sketch. All the holly and snowflakes look amazing. Thanks for joining us at Purple Pumpkin this month.

  3. moniqueliedtke
    Dec 29, 2013 @ 09:03:21

    I just LOVE your take on the sketch, how you rotated it! and just loving all the bits and pieces you added to your page .. your title is awesome! Thank you so much for joining in Purple Pumpkin’s December sketch challenge!

  4. yyam
    Jan 01, 2014 @ 22:22:44

    Oh wow. This is so festive!
    Thanks for joining us at Purple Pumpkin!

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