Let's start with 2 layouts:
My first layout "Jip" is my favorite, it's about my sweet Cocker Spaniel: Jippie:
The photo was taken on December 25th 2011 (my son decided Jippie should join us in the celebrations as well and so he gave her a Santa hat). To emphasize the date I used my Silhouette to cut the numbers background and the big "25". The round scalloped background was also cut with the Silhouette. The other fun details like the snowman, the sign post and the deer are all Doodlebug stickers.
Doodlebug North Pole supplies: 12x12 Patterned Paper, 6x6 Paper Pad, Cardstock Stickers (Icons and Party Banner), Doodle Twine, Cute Cuts, Mini Doodle-Pops, Doodles Cardstock Stickers (Merry Christmas).
Then my second layout "Faster", a totally different style as I wanted to try something else entirely.
When I made this page I decided to use the strip with the Doodlebug logo as well. I think it adds a funny little detail to the layout.
Doodlebug North Pole supplies: 12x12 Patterned Paper, 6x6 Paper Pad, Cardstock Stickers (Icons), Cute Cuts, Mini Doodle-Pops, Teensy Type Alphabet Stickers.
My next project is a Christmas card:
Don't you just love this collection? Look just how sweet this little birdie is!!
The snowflake was cut with the Silhouette.
Doodlebug North Pole supplies: 12x12 Patterned Paper, 6x6 Paper Pad, Cute Cuts.
And then last but not least, a teeny tiny tutorial for a Christmas ornament. I figured if you're not ready decorating by now you wouldn't want a lengthy tutorial, but rather a quick fun one and maybe even one to do with your kids .... maybe something like this?
Well, take your 6x6 paper pad and your scissors and let's get started!
1. Choose one sheet of 6x6 paper
2. and fold in half:
3. Take your scissors and cut about 9 lines (while you paper is still folded), starting at the fold and stopping half an inch before the edge (the spaces between the cut lines are about half an inch as well), like this:
4. Open the folded paper and now fold it the other way:
5. Adhere the sides with double sided tape or staple and push gently on the top so it will get a bit wider and you get a form like this:
6. To create the second, more playful, form, you fold you paper double as well, but now you adhere the two diagonal corners of your paper with i.e. a stapler:
7. Add a piece of Doodle Twine in one of the corners and you're done!
Hope you like it!!
Doodlebug North Pole supplies: 6x6 Paper Pad, Doodle Twine.
These were my projects for today! Thank you for visiting Doodlebug's blog and I hope to see you back soon!!