I am at home right now. We are spending extra time here for Thanksgiving since at 8 months I won't really be able to travel for Christmas. We have family in town and it is a ton of fun to hang out with them again.
One of my cousin's let me help her with a scrapbook she was making for her dad.
She had done all the leg work in terms of photos and words, so really I just had to put it together. I brought a small box of crafty stuff here (in our only bag so large it had to be checked, I'm crazy - I know), so I had a limited supply to work from. I am proud to say I got it all done in one night. I used neutral cardstock to print out the words and then pasted down pictures. I used simple embellishments like washi, a few tags and some enamel dots here and there. I stamped names on it because I really had no letter stickers or anything with me. I think the effect was simple, classic and cohesive.
I make a lot of scrapbooks but I rarely see people looking them over in person on such a large scale. It was really fun watching people look through it all night.
shop too - letterpress cards! I had so much fun creating these cards, most of the letterpress plates are from Studio Calico. I used silver ink and a little red and teal as well. I just love that color combo so much.
washi tape samplers have obviously been really popular so I added a holiday set as well. This set is cool because it comes with red and gold glitter twine and glitter ribbon. Check out the Christmas washi tape sampler here. I really had fun with the colors here, lots of red, green, silver and gold with pops of teal, chalkboard and lime.
acorns. So cute for wintery and holiday projects.
custom die cuts. You can get custom 12x12 pages made or custom sets of polaroids. I make these a lot with people's initials for weddings and stuff. If you have a silhouette machine I have a couple of freebies you can get here: Merry&bright and stacked arrows.
Thank you to everyone for all your support of me and my Etsy shop this year. Use the code WASHI to get 10% off any order!