Saturday, December 5, 2015

Craft Hoarders Hop for December

It's time again for another Craft Hoarders Hop this month just in time for
Christmas and we have lots of fun ideas to share with all of you to make for
the Holidays. If you have been hopping along from the start you should have
come over by Wendi's Blog but you can alway start from the list at the bottom.


 I dug deep into my stash and found some fun things to use
and came up with this Christmas tree to put Grandkids photos. It's so cute and easy!!
So for this project you will need some Christmas paper (mine is from Basic Grey), 
circle dies, ink, adhesive, a pencil, nail file to sand the edges and gold cord and bells.


The wood tree is from Kaisercraft and i first traced twice and cut it out and then i glued it
on the base front and back and let it dry.  Then i sanded all the edges and inked them up. 
You can paint all around the edges too if you want to have it match the papers.
The circles i cut/embossed from a Spellbinders "Basic circle die" and glued them on
with 3D Foam squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.


And finally the grandkids banner was cut/embossed from the Spellbinders "Font One 
uppercase" die set.  I love both the upper and lowers on these because i always have 
enough vowels to use for things... it's wonderful and you can cut whatever 
paper you need too. I really love that part.

So.... that's it for this crafty girl to share and it's time for you to hop on over
to Kathy's blog and see what she has made for all of you.....  Have a wonderful month
and enjoy the holidays and thank you for hopping with us today!!

Merry Christmas everyone!!


11 comments:

  1. Theresa, this is just the cutest idea ever! I love the sweet little bows and jingle bells on top of each die cut circle. You really are such an inspiration to me! Hugs!

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  2. what a cute idea!!! this is sooo clever and will be cherished!!

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  3. Just perfect! I love the paper and the idea of this!

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  4. I do love this idea and the decorations on the circles. I'm totally inspired with this!

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  5. This is such a pretty tree. I love those circles with the little gold bows. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. So clever...I love the idea of the grand kids tree and need to have one!!!

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  7. What a sweet idea! This turned out super-cute. Love the vintage look.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  8. This is such a smart and wonderful idea for any grandparents. It would also make a great gift for anyone. Love how you decorated it, too.

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