Welcome to the Paper Trail Blog Hop for December!
You should have arrived from Tracey's blog, but this is a circular hop, so it doesn't matter where you begin. ;)
This month we are featuring the Avonlea paper packet, and here's my project to share with you.
I made a pretty little boxed set of 6 Christmas cards.
I was thinking of adding a little Christmas message at the top of the Colonial White piece, that would be tucked behind the lid decoration, or possibly at the bottom part above the scroll-type edge.
Where do you think I should add it?
Avonlea is full of such beautiful papers, so I decided to create 6 cards to show off each paper design individually, but kept the design the same for simplicity and cohesion.
The box was cut at 5 1/2" using the Tags, Bags, Boxes & More 2 Cricut cartridge,
and the card size is 4 3/4" x 3".
(Note: for the box, I cut the two separate pieces and adhered them together -- I did not use the one-piece candy box shape.)
Here's what the Avonlea paper samples look like:
And with a new month, I need to mention the new Stamp of the Month - Year Round Cheer, available only in the month of December and for just $5 with a $50 order.
I just happened to use an image from this set on my cards... ;)
Thank you for joining me today.
Please continue along the Paper Trail Blog Hop by visiting Lynne's blog.
Happy creating! :)
Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper: Avonlea paper packet; Colonial White, Slate CS
Stamp: Year Round Cheer - Dec. SOTM
Inks/Markers: Slate and Slate pigment; Juniper and Juniper Light alcohol markers
Embellishments: Silver Trim, Silver Glitz Glitter Gel, Colonial White Designer Brad - retired, Clear Sparkle
Punches: Real Estate Sign (EK), 3/4" circle (EK), 2" scallop circle
Other: Tags, Bags, Boxes & More 2 Cricut cartridge (Provo Craft), Sewing machine (Kenmore), Bone folder, 3D foam tape, Clear Detail embossing powder, Sponge, Liquid Glass