Thursday, October 30, 2014

Christmas Coasters

Hello Y'all!

How are you doing?  I am having a HARD time understanding how November is right around the corner!!!  My year is flying by, but it's going to pick up even more speed.  So I might as well start thinking of Christmas. ;)

Speaking of Christmas, I am sharing my latest design team project for Scrapping 4 Fun Challenges and the theme is Christmas.

This is Challenge #29

Challenge #29- Christmas
1.You can create a - Layout, Card, Canvas, Mini Album, “Off the Page” creations.
2. Must be newly created
3.The due date for the Design Team are Wednesday 29th of October 2014, 15:00pm European time. Please, be aware of the time zone differences - on the top left you will find the Date and Clock on the blog.
4. Challenge #29 will go live Friday @ 02:00AM the 31st of October 2014, please post your Creations on your blog in time, so that I can link back to your blogs.

After spending quite a bit of time at the craft store pondering what to do, I settled on this little wooden box:

The clock and the leaves were fussy cut from pattern paper.

(Supplies: wooden box- & coasters Beverly's; pattern paper- Graphic 45; Mod Podge; ribbon; hot glue gun; Santa die-cut and banner- Kaiser;  gold pen; silver pen)

Can you believe that I used only 2 pieces of 12*12 paper for the whole project?!  :D  Yep, that was all.

Ok, ladies and gents, that does it for me today.  Don't forget to have some crafty fun and link up your projects here.  Thank you SOOOO much for stopping in to visit.  :D

Happy Crafting,


  1. Beautiful project for Christmas, Angie. love the papers you have used!

  2. Beautiful DT creation, love the paper and wow only 2, well done!!
    Thank you for your DT creation
    Have a great weekend

  3. This is so gorgeous!! You decorated the box so beautifully!! I love the vintage Santa!! Awesome project!! Have a great weekend :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  4. Hi Angie!
    Beautiful made! Love this idea!
    Have a great Weekend!
    Hugs Sandra

  5. Great idea! Wonderful papers and the vintage Santa is perfect for this challenge.
    Big Hugs