Hey there everyone thanks for stopping by today. Xyron and Heidi Swapp are teaming up for a super fun week of inspiration. I was lucky enough to get the cool new Holiday collection from Heidi Swapp Believe! I love this Christmas collection.....the colors and design, not to mention the embellies are simply fabulous!
I created a December Daily for this one. I will share a couple of photos with you. The inside obviously has not photos yet, but I will be journaling away and snapping photos for the month!
Here is what the cover looks like. The cover itself is made from chipboard and the inside I used the Tim Holtz binder. I love the fun glitter borders that go with this collection. You can see I used the paper frames on the front, perfect for highlighting the year! I did a little die cutting with some Sizzix dies for accents in the corner as well.
You can see below day one and two are simply ready for photos!! The Countdown paper in this collection just screams December Daily!!! The Jingle All The Way paper has the most amazing cut outs perfect for journaling spots to put all through your album! I used my Xyron Mega Runner to adhere my photo mats to the pages and the foam squares from the TC Adhesive kit to pop up all of the numbers and images cut from the pattern paper.
The Heidi Swapp banners make great little inserts all through your albums. You can mist them or simply add a saying to them as I have done below.
For the last page I created a tag to insert for December 25th. I'm thinking of making this back page a pocket since I will have tons of photos of Christmas day.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, and a huge thanks to Heidi Swapp for sharing her fabulous products with us to play with!
Xyron - Mega Runner, TC Adhesive Kit
Heidi Swapp - Believe Collection, Paper Frames, Banners
Ranger - Distress Ink Walnut Stain
album, will be fun
Carla from Utah
Terrific album cover. Esp love that bright striped ribbon you used for the closure.ReplyDelete
jwoolbright at gmail dot com
Great album, love it!ReplyDelete
Fun album. Love how you used the frames and different elements of the collection.ReplyDelete