Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Doodlecharms Santa and Rudolph Paper Piecing

Hello crafty friends,
Today I am sharing a cute Christmas layout with you. My first of this season.
Once again, I used the wonderful Doodle Charms cartridge along with some fantastic paper from the DCWV Sweet Stack. So here is what I created.
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Here is a view of my completed layout. I used some very pretty paper from the DCWV Sweet Stack. Although this is not "Christmas" paper, I loved the pre-glittered, whimsy look of the red stripes and the pretty soft green with white paisley print.

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Here's a closer look at my cute Santa and Rudolph piecings. I created them both with all cuts from the Doodlecharms Cartridge. 

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Here is a closer view of the Title block. The letters were cut from the Art Philosophy cartridge. But you could use anything here :-)

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Lastly, this is just a shot trying to show how pretty that background paper is. It is pre-glittered and has the perfect look for this layout.

I used the following supplies to complete this project
expression
Cricut Expression
micron black pen 001
Fine Tip Black Pen
glue dots craft dots
Z1751-ctmh harvest baker's twine
Additional Supplies
Red, White, Brown, Dark Brown, light brown,Cream, and Black Bazzil Cardstock
American Crafts Elements Red Buttons
Misc. Ribbon
Be sure to head over to Scrapyland.com and check out all the wonderful products there. You can also pick up the Doodlecharms cartridge there too!

5 comments:

Cricut Critter said...

Super cute Melin! I am a big fan of your cartridge "piercings" you are the master of those!

Debbie in LA said...

I love your paper piecings and would love to see a video on how you create your lovely creatures.

Harper828 said...

This is so adorable, love your work.

PennyDuncan said...

An absolutely ADORABLE layout!!!!

Sarah Coffman said...

Hi. I'm new to all of this. I was just wondering what you used the pigment colors for. Thanks!
Sarah