Christmas, OTP Off the page, Photopolymer

Christmas Blog hop

 

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Hi folks better late than never. Apologies I was a little late getting my post up but I hope its worth the wait. I hope you enjoyed Rachels project those stars are pretty cool!

Todays creation is a wee Christmas Village scene made using the Holiday Home stamp set. One of the joys of Photopolymer stamps is that you can SEE exactly where your stamping so it was easy to stamp 4 houses in a line beside each other to create these 3 D houses. I have to say it took lots of fiddly cutting and folding to make those trees, the tiny wreaths and the christmas lights etc.

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And a view from above

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And next you can hop on over to Paula’s post.

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Just in case you get lost here is the whole hop chain

1. Narelle Hoggard
2. Jackie Noble

3. Bev Poultney

4. Sally Williams

5. Bernice Collins

6. Irene Wardlaw

7. Sharon de Vos

8. Jacque Williams

9. Delys Cram

10. Rachael Knight

11. Lisa Bullock – YOU ARE HERE

12. Paula Reid

13. Heather Stewart

14. Ria Kaire

15. Kathryn Tyrrell

16. Kathe Oldham

 

Box Bag Tag, Challenges, Paper Flowers

Ta da!

As I said yesterday I was keen to try this altered project challenge from Swap Sisters. Here  is what I made

How gorgeous is this!

I intend to add month cards and finish it as a card file for birthdays just like a bulky birthday book! there is probably a special name for it but I can think of it! I have used Bella Blue DSP; Very Vanilla and Not Quite Navy cardstock; Sincere Salutations stamp set; kraft taffeta ribbon and the scallop edge punch. Opps forgot the Chocolate Chip ink to ink the flowers and stamp the sentiment. Cant wait to get it all finished but so much to do this week as Ashburton extravaganza coming up on Saturday!