Saturday, December 21, 2013

Merry Christmas to all!

First, let me wish each and every one of you a very Merry Christmas!!!

We are having our Christmas a few days early.  My DIL is traveling out of town on Monday, so we just decided that Christmas would be early this year.  My DD will come home for Christmas day and we shall play with our Christmas gifts and eat another fantastic meal.

Today's project is a little different.  It's not a doozie or a card.  I have an artifical Christmas tree that is 9 feet tall.  But what I miss is the smell of a REAL Douglas fir.  Living in Oregon, we always have a wonderful selection of trees.  But gosh dang it, I MISS THE SMELL!!!!!  Costco had their wreaths on clearance and I picked one up for the inside.  (there is a wreath on the outside of the front door already)  It's big and full but it did not have any decorations.  I thought to myself, "Self, you have over 100+ ScrappyDew files, lets make some decorations."  I used the Christmas Bulbs 2012 file http://shop.scrappydew.com/shop/item/71106.  I also used some DCWV Glitter paper stack.  I cut out the ornaments with Zenith and put them together.  Then I went searching high and low for my laminator made by PurpleCows.  After spending quite a while, I found it in the window seat storage area in my craft room.  So I heated it up and laminated the ornaments so that I could use them another year.  The snowflakes can be found with the Snowmen in the Christmas package in the ScrappyDew Vault. http://www.scrappydew.com/members/gallery/ So without further ado.....



I want to wish and thank everyone for your comments and shares.  Each one means the world to me.  MERRY CHRISTMAS and a very HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!

Bright blessings, Jana

3 comments:

  1. Jana, I love this idea! The wreath is beautiful, you made it look even better by adding the additional ornaments and snowflakes.

    Merry Christmas!


    MichelleMyBelle
    DT Leader and Facebook ADMIN for ScrappyDew.com

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  2. I love this idea, Jana! I think I will start one for next year.
    Happy New Year!
    Val

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