Saturday, 20 December 2014

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Being the Christmas Season there is no better time than to create a Christmas layout. This one is of Christmas with my family. Mum, dad and my two beautiful boys Riley and Harley. I have done this layout for my DT post at Let's Capture Our Memories. To see what the other DT girls have come up with and to join in the fun please hop on over to the blog. Below is the sketch you will need to use and my take on the sketch.

The 12x12 patterned papers I used to create this layout are by Couture Creations - Vintage Christmas. They were just perfect and the colors worked great with the photos. On the edges of the papers I used Distress Ink - Gathered Twigs.

Both the title tree and the beautiful birth were fussy cut from from the patterned papers. 

The small words under the photos are by KaisercCraft - Dymo Black alpha Stickers. On my background I used KaiersCratfs Quater, circles template with Moderling Paste. I then went around the edge when dry with a red Slick Writer. The  red splat spots are Mister Huey's Color Mist - Pretty Pink. I just flicked it in spots. Around the blue background edge I used a black journal pen to do some stitching. 

I hope you have enjoyed my take on the sketch and find the time to join in the fun over at the 
Let's Capture Our Memories blog. I would love to see you leave a comment here and hop on over and join in. While at the blog please let us know what you think of our layouts. When you enter we will leave you some love too.



  1. Love the colours and especially the title tree well done Brenda :)

  2. Hiya Brenda!

    Just popping in to wish you a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

    On the same time I would just like to say that the use of the Dymo black alpha stickers really do add to the design but the star definitively have to be the picture itself.
    Those rosy cheeks just "scream" happiness and well being :)

    Thank you for sharing your creation and we look forward to seeing other creations in the future. :)

    With warmest regards,
    Jesper K