Did you take a lot of Christmas photos over the past week? I sure did! I have prepared some simple layouts to get those photos into your scrapbook in no time. Now you just have to figure out where to get your photos printed. I’m pleased to say mine have already been printed and added to all of the Christmas layouts I created this year, because I got a Selphy cp1200 photo printer for Christmas. Woo-hoo! Yes, total game changer for me. I’ve never had ALL my Christmas photos scrapped the day after Christmas before. In 2 hours too! Having these layouts which I’ll be sharing this week completed ahead of time really helped too. Just add photos & journalling…DONE!
Yes, I’ll be sharing my experience with my new Selphy next week. I want some more time to play with it to really give you my impression and any tips I learned using it. First impression though- I’m in love with this little machine!
- This Christmas Designer Series Paper (Annual Catalog)
- 12″x12″ Cherry Cobbler Card stock
- 1 piece each 8.5″x11″ Garden Green CS, Very Vanilla CS, Early Espresso CS
- Cherry Cobbler & Crumb Cake Ink Pads
- Size D Acrylic Stamp Block
- Big Shot
- Layering Ovals Framelits
- Holly Jolly Layers Host(ess) stamp set for candy cane
- Layered Letters Alphabet for main title
- Christmas Greeting Thinlits Dies for “Merry” in title
- Adhesive(s)-I used Snail, Dimensionals & the Fine Tip Glue Pen
- Scissors-I used Stampin’ Up! Snips as I like the precision cut
- Gold Wink of Stella
Dimensions of Paper cuts used:
- Photo Mats are 4.5″x6.5″- I mat ALL my photos as I like the look.
- This Christmas DSP strips: 2) 1″x12″ strips and 1) 2.5″x12″ strip
For the Title, the “merry” was die cut in both Very Vanilla & Garden Green and offset before gluing the pieces together with the Fine Tip Glue Pen.
The Layered Letters Alphabet set has a rectangular background stamp which I used in Crumb Cake ink on Very Vanilla CS to create the blocks before going back and stamping each letter in Cherry Cobbler ink. I used scissors to cut around the Crumb Cake rectangle, mounted to Early Espresso CS and trimmed with a slight border. Since it is hand cut it is kind of rustic looking and my holiday decor (tends towards primitive country) fits perfect with this look.
The embellishment for this page was placed at the intersection of the 1″x12″ DSP strips. Layering ovals were used with dimensionals to create a raised, yet recessed image. As you can see from the photo above, the center were removed from the Green and Gold (started Very Vanilla and used Gold Wink of Stella for Gold color) layer- the size of the Very Vanilla Candy Cane piece. The Stamped oval image then is recessed and adhered directly to the Early Espresso base.
Stop by tomorrow for the 2nd page in the series.
Until next time…