It's Friday and here is the latest release from Queen Wild Scraps.
Isn't it adorable? I love the shades of blue in addition to the traditional reds and greens. I know you are probably inundated with Christmas kits right now, but you can never have too many. Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year after all, and you may take more photos during this fun season of giving than throughout the rest of the year. At the North Pole has gift boxes with bows and tags to scrap the mayhem that is wrapping presents. It has Santa, his sleigh and red-nosed reindeer. It has elves and I know that many of you may participate in the tradition that is Elf on the Shelf. We started it this year and my three-year-old Jessica named the elf, Big Girl. You can scrap pretty much anything Christmasy with this kit. It comes with 20 - 12x12 papers, 44 elements, and a full alpha (one uppercase and 2 lowercase).
You can also pick up coordinating kraft papers
and some wordart.
Get everything in a bundle and save. And don't forget, you can pick up the pieces for 30% off through Decemeber 20th.
Here's some inspiration from the Wild Princesses.
Henriett used a template from All About the Photos
and one from Through the Year.
Jennifer (me) has a layout about hanging up Christmas lights
and a 6x7.5 photo card.
Kandice scrapped about her always adorable children.
Kendra did a layout all about family.
Lahni has a family photo layout
and a desktop.
Lauren scrapped a visit to Santa.
Loni has a layout with an adorable baby.
Meleah also did a visit to Santa layout.
Sue has two layouts of her grandsons.
Monday, I asked what you had left to decorate for Christmas. We had nine replies and random.org chose #1, which is...
I'm impressed as I still have a few decorations to set-out. Brendap, please send queen.wild a message at the Scraps N Pieces forum to collect your prize coupon.
Have a great Friday!