Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Reveal Day at Swirlydoos *Divine Noel*

It's Reveal day for Swirlydoos December Kit "Divine Noel". No need to search on for that perfect Christmas Kit. Divine Noel has it all. From the new IOD and Bo-Bunny pattern papers to the new Prima and Petaloo Christmas vines. Everything you need to create such beautiful pages for your warm Christmas memories. With this kit I was able to bring out some of my old photos that I hadn't scrapped because I didn't have the right paper and embellishments. Enjoy!!

Merry & Bright
My boy and me.
I love the dark reds of the Bo-Bunny papers.

I misted the Dusty Attic Reindeers with Moonmist. Heated...then sprayed again to get layers of colors.

Joy
Aww, how I miss those little faces!!! They really do grow so fast. I love the look of the green and cream.

I made the poinsettia using my Cricut.

Just a little tip for those of you who don't have the Sizzix. I love Tim Holtz dies but don't have a the diecut machine. I found this shop on Etsy that sells precut die cuts from chipboard. You can find it HERE. I painted the chipboard and off whited, misted with green glimmer mist then inked the edges.

Tis the season to be JOLLY
My girls being silly....of course after they opened their presents...hehehe!

Just a close up of the layering and distressing I did with the Zutter. A must have tool if ya love to deep distress.

Spirit of the Season
These are my four kids and my two nephews. The smile on my nephew face is so funny...lol!!
I just want to note that this page matches in real life...lol!! I don't know why it photographed with the embellishments looking so red!! Blah!

Here's a little tip.... the poinsettia was a bit bright to match these burgundy papers. So, what I did was painted the flowers with Candy Apple Glimmer mist. Then just reapplied the glitter with gold stickles.

I made the roses and sprayed with glimmer mist.


Noel
This is my dd last year. Sorry the photo looks a little washed out. With the weather we're having it hard to take a good photo. For this page I did some fussy cutting and applied with foam dots do give a shadow box effect.

Just a close-up of the fussy cutting and foam dot layering to get some dimension.

The Exclusive Sketch
Merry Christmas
OMG...when I saw this sketch the first thing I thought was HOLY CRAP TRIANGLES!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't remember ever using triangles on my pages. It took me about an hour....and lots of scraps.....to figure out how to draw the damn things!! Overall, I LOVE how this page turned out!!

Just a close up of my triangles. I wrapped some fibers around the trees and added some stickles to the edges. Placed some rhinestones and Viola a triangle Christmas tree...hehee!!

Be sure to head over to Swirlydoos to get your Divine Noel Kit.

Thanks so much for taking the time!!!!!!

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14 comments:

Lorraine said...

OMG, you & your family are gorgeous - as are your layouts! So beautifully detailed. Amazing. And thanks for the tips and inspiration!

PepPop said...

Incredible - each and every page is gorgeous!! Jaqui x

LaurieJay said...

I love that the colors are a little on the subdued side, and I love how they all blend together, and I love the layered looks, too.

jessica_haley555 said...

Stunning christmas pages!

Tracey said...

Wow honey - you rock christmas, these pages are fantastic and I looooooove the way you incorporated the triangles, hope you are your family are all enjoying the festivities, miss ya loads xxx

Auntie Ang said...

This is a true Masterpiece my goodness you could frame and put in an art gallery.

L. Akins said...

Beautiful family and lovely layouts

kashagray5 said...

I love every Christmas layout! You do amazing work!

Cheryl said...

They are all so gorgeous and perfectly perfect!!!

scrappychic said...

These are amazing Angelica! Love them all!

Sandi Cl~ said...

Ang, there's nothing like a gorgeous Christmas layout and you've given us half a dozen reasons to dive in to that December kit. Love your trinagles .. might be a new page concept!

Bonnie aka Cinnabon said...

how gorgeous!!! What cartridge did you use to make the poinsettias? They are beautiful! I think my fav is the one with the fussy cutting!!

Brenda said...

Your layouts are always stunning..the amount of work that you put into each is inspirational..wonderfull as usual

francie said...

GORGEOUS LOs - all with so many pretty layers, and wonderful attention to details. I'm a big fan of your work. Thanks for sharing your ideas and for giving me inspiration with each beautiful work of art that you have created. Have a great week. See you on scb.com - Fran (Quick Silver)