Saturday, July 17, 2010

[Scrapperday: Christmas in July]

So today I am FINALLY working on the Christmas scrapbook page for my daughters scrapbook. I know what you're thinking..."Christmas was how many months ago??" I know, I'm just now getting around to it...

Anyways, I wanted to share with you the template of the Christmas page I made. Do you ever get into a "scrapbook rut" where you find yourself doing the same layouts/style, etc. for almost every page? Well, I do...a lot! I am hoping this scrapbook layout will inspire you and possibly help you out of your "rut". :0)

[The materials I used are all from the Making Memories Christmas collection (including the die-cut ornament!). I used about 4 layers of patterned paper on the left of the page. Since the collection only had some 8x8 patterned paper, I just cut 2 strips of the paper and adhered them together to make a 12" strip for my 12x12 background sheet. Does that make sense? Now all this page needs is some fun Christmas photos!]

[I got this ribbon at good ol' Walmart when they were selling their Christmas stuff for 75% off. I can't remember how much it cost, but I know it was cheap! Oh and if you look closely, you can see where I glued the 2 strips of paper to make it a 12" strip. Thankfully it's barely noticeable.]

[The perfect place to put a cute little sentiment. I put some 3-D adhesives on the back of the white strip and Christmas trees to make it "pop".]

I will be linking up to these parties.

I hope you all have a fun-filled Scrapperday!



  1. It looks great! I wish I could say I'm only 6 months behind, but I'm more like 2 years! Love the layout!

  2. What a lovely page! Love the embellishments! Great idea to pre-make your pages ahead of time. Thanks so much for joining the Sunday Showcase. Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  3. That is so cute. I need to create some pages so that I can put my Christmas cards on them (ones with the pictures). I love the little trees at the bottom.

  4. Fun and cute layout - its looks so cheery!


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