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This is the workshop project for my Close To My Heart club next month.  I really loved this layout and I am excited to take some great Christmas pictures to put on these cute pages.  I also LOVE these cards because they can be used as birthday cards.  I never have enough of those around.  Like what you see go visit my CTMH website to shop 24/7.  Go here to see how to add sparkle to your artwork.

I also made this card for a Christmas Card workshop I did a few weeks ago.  CTMH products I used for all the projects you  see here.
Jingle Level II paper packet and Jingle Workshop kit (includes stamp set and twinkle brads)
Jingle Creative Basics
White Daisy Cardstock
Designer Ribbon Rounds Cranberry Collection
Dimensional Elements on Target
Clear Sparkles
Juniper and Tulip exclusive ink pads
Holiday Trinkets My acrylix stamp set

Comments

Cynthia said…
Cute! I love the color scheme- it's one of my favorites. I don't scrapbook anymore but was hardcore for a few years there.

I'm so impressed you can do layouts in advance. Way to go!
CFMama said…
Wow, beautiful!!! I tried scrapbooking but I just stink at it. I make so many mistakes and wind up wasting alot...This is why I try to stick with digital scrapbooking.
Wow, those look amazing! I always tend to start projects like that and then stop halfway through. But maybe this will motivate me to finish one for once! ;-)
WOW, your stuff is incredible!!! You are so creative. I'm going to have to go check out that other site you linked too. I'm a sucker for crafts!

~Elizabeth
http://confessionsfromaworkingmom.blogspot.com
TAMMY said…
That's beautiful!!
Trench Mommy said…
They are beautiful! Want to make me some, too?! ;-) I like CTMH stuff, too. Glad to know you are a consultant...next time I need something I'll give you a holler!
Nice!!!!! Very beautiful! You put me to shame.
Anonymous said…
Wow! Thank you! I always wanted to write in my site something like that. Can I take part of your post to my blog?

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