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Christine Adolph Stamps

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Monday, August 22, 2011


Hello everyone!

Today on the Graphic 45 blog are some amazing Christmas projects that will truly inspire you. 

I created this layout for Summer CHA and it was one of my favorite layouts to create. I have used this design before and it is based on a sketch I created last year.

I love the Heirloom Ornament dies from Spellbinders and I used them to create my layered ornaments.  The center design of each ornament was stamped using Gina K.'s Heirlook Ornament stamp set.  Once I stamped my image, I added pearls, a punched bow and velvet ribbon to complete the look of hanging ornaments.

The beautiful "Nice" list and Santa were cut from "Christmas Emporium" patterned paper.  My letters are from My Mind's Eye and I covered them with "Candy Cane" Stickles to create a gorgeous shine.

Don't have quite the right color alphabet for your page?  To change the color or feel of your lettering, add stickles, paint or other fun accents to create a custom title for your project.


Patterned Paper: Christmas Emporium
Cardstock: Bazzill
Ink: Distress Ink (Ranger), Cranberry Pigment Ink (American Crafts)
Embellishments: Pins (Jenni Bowlin), Button (Craft Supply), Ribbon (My Mind’s Eye), Stickles (Ranger), Glimmer Mist (Ranger), Pearls (Kaisercraft), Letters (My Mind’s Eye)
Dies: Heirloom Ornaments (Spellbinders), Punch (Martha Stewart Crafts)
Adhesives: ATG 700 (Scotch), Foam Squares (Ranger). Scor-Tape (Scor-Pal), 450 Quick Dry (Helmar’s)

Thanks for joining me and I hope you get a chance to stop by the Graphic 45 blog today.

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Karenliz said...

wow Absolutely stunning!

Nancy Wethington said...

Robin, this is beautiful!

Iwona-Hopmart said...

Robin, this is wonderful idea!!