Thursday, March 7, 2013

Gingerbread!

I know, we are all ready for a  little spring yet I am showcasing gingerbread pages today.  The one good thing about scrapbookers and crafters, we create things for all seasons and holidays at all different times of the year.  Whether it is catching up on scrapbooking pictures that have been sitting around in piles or making cards for different occasions.

I have been wanting to share these layouts for a while now.  I love this paper for exactly what I used it for - pictures of decorating gingerbread houses (our yearly tradition).  The colors coordinate wonderfully with the paper collection by Tada!





Materials Used:
Bazzill Java
Bazzill Raspberry Splash (only the girl page)
Bazzill Parakeet
Tada Jolly Holly - Cookie Exchange
Tada Jolly Holly - Ginger and Lace (only the girl page)
Cutouts were from the gingerbread Cricut Cartridge.


Happy Decorating,






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8 comments:

  1. Adorable!!! My favorite time of the year to do Holiday layouts is in the summer. I like "Christmas in July"! lol

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    1. Christmas in July seems like a lot of fun. Thanks for the love!

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    2. The gingerbread layout is fantastic!!! Perfect for this SNOWY day! Best thing about memories on scrapbook pages, they can take you anywhere you want to go, whenever you want! Today's snow is making me want to get pictures from the beach out!!

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    3. Thanks Halina. I hear you about taking out beach pictures. Glad you liked the layouts. Love what you said about memories. I may quote you on that in my blog sometime - memories can take you anywhere you want to go and scrapbooking helps with that.

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  2. The gingerbread house is one of our traditions as well. I love your layout!
    Thanks for linking up to our Crafty Thursday Obsessions slinky party, hope to see you back this week!

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    1. Ha ha I meant linky, not slinky :)

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    2. Hi Michelle. I always have typos. I think our brains just get ahead of our fingers. LOL!! Thanks for your kind words. Making gingerbread houses is a fun tradition. I look forward to linking up again next week.

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  3. So cute!! I love it. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent last week. So sorry I am so late visiting. Hope you are having a great weekend. :)
    Hugs
    Kathy

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