OMG I LOVVVEEE this movie!!! And just for the record so does my MOM!!!!!
I can think of a thousand projects to make for this one.
I will post my creation for this one in a day or 2!
I really think you should stop whatever you are doing right now and check out the beauties that Sankari & Amy created for inspiration this week! Then try to play along! Com'on you know you love to sing those darn songs!!! I sure do....oh....my poor dear hubby...this will be stuck in my head all week............Here ya go, come join me:
Yes this is an original hand drawn/painted Lola on top of a tree, holding holly!
He is just gonna love it!!!
I couldn't get it to photograph right, but in the corner it says her name!
The tree is still over the snowman. There is a nice big spot for a picture, that will show through the cover!Then the next page, you have places on both sides to put pictures, plus when you put things back to back it hides all your adhesive marks.
This is the last page, again lots of cute places for the twins pictures, and my thought that this last page would be a great spot for big brother Anthony's pictures with the babies.
This is my favorite page. I started this project with the pea pods. This stamp is from Queen Kat stamps. Originally it has a heart and is supposed to be a couple, but I thought with a little cut and paste it would suit the twins perfect...complete with hats of course!
and one blond just like my bosses! Oh they turned out so cute! Naturally I had to put little Santa hats on them, I just drew them in with the paint pens.
Did I mention it was hard to takes pictures of the ornaments...well it is even more difficult with a crabby cat sitting in your way!
- double sided patterned paper
- paper trimmer
- bone folder (it helps make nice creases)
- card stock of your choice
- silver cord & bling brad (if you want to copy this tree topper)
For example the sizes I used for this tree are, (from largest to smallest) 3 in, 2 1/2 in, 2 in & 1 1/2 in.
Then you will fold each from corner to corner.
So that it looks like this when you are done.
pinch and push the 2 sides in like this, then crease it so you have a triangle.
then take 2 points and fold it down so it looks like a little arrow.
When you have them all done then you will tape then to your card. I usually start at the top and sort of nest them inside of each other.
I did a little scratching on it for the "bark" effect.