Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Holiday Album

As this month comes to an end (how is that possible?), we bring you the final project from our November Fan of the Month, Dorota Kopec.  You're in for a real treat today!

Dorota began with a 16cm x 21cm album.  The album cover is white canvas and their are 6 pages inside.  She used paper from the Vintage Christmas I and Vintage Christmas II collections, along with lots of winter/holiday chipboard.  

Take a look at the gorgeous cover Dorita created.  The title is from the Cozy Christmas 5-piece chipboard set, and the beautiful piece going down the left side of the cover is the Snow Medley chipboard piece.  The dainty flowers used on the cover are the Christmas Blooms. 

The pages in the album are just waiting for holiday photos to be added.  The hip raindeer in the top left corner is from the 5-piece Hipster Christmas chipboard set.   

These collections are filled with sweet vintage images and small cards for all of us who love fussy-cutting.  

The next 2-page spread in Dorota's album features layers of Vintage Christmas I and II for such an elegant look.  The sweet chipboard piece on the right side is the gorgeous Holidays Bright chipboard piece.  

Don't you just love the adorable angel that adorns this page?  
It's from the Little Angels and there are 4 angels in the set.  

Loads of holiday charm can be seen on these two pages with images of candy canes, peppermints, bells, a village scene, vintage florals and mistletoe.  Everything you need for a true holiday feeling!

The chipboard pieces on these 2 pages (a section of Holidays Bright and the Winter Sleigh), along with all the chipboard in the album, have been covered with a combination of Blue Fern embossing powder and glitter, which gives it a frosty look.  

I'm not sure if Dorota is keeping this album for herself or passing it on to someone else, but it is going to be beautiful reminder of this Holiday season.

We hope you will join us in thanking Dorota for sharing her album with us, along with all her projects this month using the Vintage Christmas collections.  

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