Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Christmas in July

It's Christmas in July! I've been busy working on a few projects for the Tattered Angels booth. I'm excited to share a couple of them with you.

First, is a layout that I used Frosty Memories chipboard on. I also used the Regal font. The red is from the new Fall line and it's called Indian Corn. It's a gorgeous color! The green is English Ivy. I spritzed it on the music and polka dotted paper and I used a snowflake Glimmer Screen with it.




Next up is a card that I made using the same Frosty Memories chipboard. On this card, I simply added some ink to give it a shabby look.



I sprayed the Regal Font frame with Sherbet Glimmer Mist and added some glitter.
I used a beautiful new Fall color, Caramel Apple on a damask stamp to create the patterned paper you see.

Tattered Angels is having some fun giveaways this month. Definitely head over to the TA blog and find out how you can win some of the new releases!

Thanks for stopping by!

13 comments:

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

Stunning projects!

cheryln said...

ohhhhhhh my!! what scrumptious loveliness!!

Laurel said...

Oh my gosh, gorgeous! I love the pic in the layout!

Chrys said...

Very pretty!!!!!! I really like that layout!

Wendy Kwok said...

I love the projects. Hmm... think I gotta buy that Ivy color now! LOL

Heidi Van Laar said...

Beautiful! You are putting me in the mood for Christmas music!

(-: Heidi

Miss Em said...

Ok, I swear I am gettin' me some glimmer mist. How beautiful is that.

Danielle said...

oh so stunning!!! your santa photo is amazing too!!

Daniela said...

Wow, love this!!! I really need to use Glimmer Mist more! I just can't get it to look like yours.

Trisha Ladouceur said...

Gorgeous! I LOVE your projects:)

Sasha Holloway said...

you are so good girl .. love your layout .. like for real .. take that back .. LOVED IT ..

hugs

ellen s. said...

i just love the ice skate with the pearls! beautiful, i love the soft touches the glimmer mists add to your projects

Linda Beeson said...

I so love that flower and that really cute bingo card on your first card! Always wonderful supplies to work with.