Sunday, October 15, 2017

Beary Christmas CTMH Australasian Blog Hop

Welcome to the CTMH Australasian Blog Hop!

If you arrived here from Doris Taylor's Creative Inspirations, by chance, or by pinterest, howdy!

This month, we've chosen to showcase Beary Christmas, our whimsical Christmas range.


I created this layout featuring the beautiful Beary Christmas poinsettia paper and the Christmas Paper Doll Thin Cuts Bundle. I plan on using it with pictures from my ladies Bible study upcoming Christmas party. The doll's dress is stamped in Glacier ink to pull out the glacier bits in the poinsettia paper. I used my watercolor paints and waterbrushes to paint her hair and body.

I made this page using a picture from Christmas 2016. This could easily be popped into a frame and switch out the photo each year, or put into an album as a title page.

With scraps leftover in my paper packet bag, I made these little gift card holders following instructions by sister consultant C. Woodward.
They're super easy and really quick to change up for different occasions. A gift card fits in just right. You could also put in a folded up gift voucher or cash (or cheques if you still use such).

To make these projects, I used the following products. Click through to purchase or contact your consultant! Trimmer, Versamat, Adhesive Runner, Glue Pen, Scissors, Ruler, Stamping Starter Kit, Beary Christmas Paper Packet & Coordinating Cardstock, White Daisy & Kraft Cardstock, Basics Cardstock, Gold Foil Paper, Archival Black Glacier Fern and Cranberry Exclusive Inks, Waterbrushes, Watercolor Paints, Christmas Paper Doll Thin Cuts Bundle, Christmas Thin Cuts (similar), Tree and Celebrate stampsets, Make It From Your Heart v1/v2/v3.

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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful layouts, I do love the traditional red and green Christmas colours.

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  2. I love your title page. Nice feature photo :)

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  3. I love your Christmas Paper Doll Kara, I am so going to try watercolour paints with her as soon as I get a chance. Love this!

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  4. Hi Kara, I love how you have used the watercolour pencils on your Christmas Paper Doll. I will definitely give this a go. Gorgeous work Kara

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  5. Love the gift card idea. Nice for non-waste sustainable Christmas.

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  6. Lovely title page Kara. Isn't that feature paper just so beautiful?

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