Isn’t it a wake up call to see how quickly Christmas and the holiday season is approaching? But don’t panic!! LOL!! We are here to provide a little inspiration with the gorgeous new patterned paper collections from Kaisercraft. Today we are having a closer look at the “Be Merry” collection and how you might like to use them on Holiday photos of past years or just to be prepared for this year.
In my layout, I wanted to show how much my son gets the giggles everytime he starts to sing Christmas carols. I’m not sure why he does! LOL! But it seems to be a tradition now.
“Jolly” by Leanne Allinson: Be Merry patterned papers – delight (rev, p561), glee (rev, p557), chirpy (p559); 6″ paper pad (pp829); mini journal tags (jt605); die-cut elements (dc325); clear stamps – music sheet (cs757); ink – lipstick (ip714); foam tape (t303); rhinestones – red (sb711); chipboard alphas #3 (cb109). Other – machine stitching; sharpie pen; string; staples; red paint; red glitter.
This paper collection was just perfect for what I had in mind. Happy and playful! I just added a sprinkle of glitter to the chipboard alphas to really make my layout sing!
Kirsty has continued with this ‘singing theme’ with her lay out using the Be Merry range!
The reds and greens in this gorgeous range make scrapping those precious Christmas memories an absolute breeze!
“Carols 2009” by Kirsty Piper: Be Merry patterned papers; DelightP561, Cheer558, 6’paper pad PP829, Mini Journal Tags JT605, Printed ChipboardCB114,
Other; Alphas-Avocado AS218, Rhinestones-Red SB711, KaiserCraft flowers red and green.
What is a Christmas layout with just a touch of bling?
Kirsty has used the gorgeous Kaisercraft rhinestones, layered on top of the die cut chipboard from the Be Merry range, to create a sparkly little holly embellishment!
We hope these ideas spark a little inspiration to scrap the Holidays.