Folks, this is like a Christmas miracle because I never post this many days in a row! I've got lots to show you before December hits.....then I'm taking a break and am going to enjoy the holiday. Except I'll still be doing updates on my Project December progress, just not a post every day. :)
Today's project is probably one of my favorites ever. It's just fun and vintage-y and crafty...and me. I'm really trying to embrace my holiday projects and just create for me. I keep that in mind each time I sit down to craft something. There's a lot of holiday projects happening out there right now and it could be easy to get caught up in the hoopla. So I'm just doing what works best for me and I'm trying to add a little something unique to my work. I'm sharing with you guys because it's fun and I like to have you come visit my little blog and maybe take away a spark of an idea for your own projects. I'm not trying to post the most pages or win any awards. I'm just creating for me and am really looking forward to spending the holidays with my family.....and then documenting it with stories + photos. And that's good enough for me. I hope you embrace those thoughts as you create your own projects this holiday season.
Now enough mushy stuff and onto my favorite project. Here's the product line up: Crate Paper list patterned paper....one of my favorite papers this holiday season cuz you know I love the lists....October Afternoon Make it Merry patterned paper, tags from my shop, tin pins from OA Make it Merry, clear cardstock sheet, vintage paper doilies, vintage sequins.
If you like the look of the vintage confetti, I have added a few Holiday Sequins and Snow Confetti Kits to the shop. You just toss as much from each little sack together as you'd like to create your own holiday confetti soup. You can put some in the little clear sacks or glassine bags then stitch to the tags or bags, layer, use on cards or pages...whatever your heart desires. Enjoy!
I'm off to do a little catch up on my Project Life weeks. Would really love to be all caught up by the time December rolls around. We'll see...