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Thursday, December 10, 2009

New 30min LO for Christmas

It's getting so close to Christmas, and we're all running out of time to get everything done. And then AFTER Christmas there's always so much to do too.

If you need a kit that'll give you a beautifully easy Christmas LO in under 30 minutes, you're in luck! All you need to add is a 5"x7" portrait photo, and if wanted, some dymo tape or strip journaling.

This super-quick Christmas kit includes...

1x cardstock
1x patterned paper
1x Kaisercraft word bling
1x Kaisercraft bling
You can pick up this kit from Scrap N Craft With T for the bargain price of $4! Get in quick - at that price they'll be walking out the door. You can find the kit HERE.

STEP 1:

Mat your photo on the pink cardstock, with a scalloped edge on the right of the paper. You can use a punch or, as I did, trace around the edge of a 5c piece.

STEP 2:

Use a scalpel or blade to cut around the edges of the Christmas trees on the patterned paper. Stick the matted photo behind the trees as shown in the photo.

STEP 3:

Stick the Kaisercraft bling word "Believe" overlapping the photo slightly, and in line with the green stripe on the pattered paper. These words can be really hard to work with sometimes. What I find the easiest is cutting each letter off the backing sheet individually. It hasn't failed me yet!

STEP 4:

Use the smaller of the pink Kaisercraft bling to cover every second dot in the scallops of the patterned paper. I covered the red and blue spots, leaving the pink and green ones showing.

STEP 5:

Now to add a little bit of journaling. I used a dymo labeller wit a blue tape in it for mine, but you could also use some of the leftover pink cardstock and write your journaling.

They won't last long at only $4 a kit. Grab one for yourself HERE.

Remember to upload your LOs in the gallery to be featured on this blog this Sunday in our Spotlight. Good luck!

1 comment:

Susan said...

Lovley photo of you and Elizabeth, K :)