More Holiday Projeccts

You know, last week I said to myself, "I'm not going to create a holiday project for my next post". Then I opened my drawer with the ton-o-unfinished alterable projects in it and found this 3 piece frame set that I purchased from Target for $2.50, earlier this year. As soon as I saw it, visions of plum danced in my head and I found myself doing exactly what I had planned NOT to do. LOL! But you know, sometimes you just have to go with the flow!

I used the 2nd smallest french flair die to cut paper and crafter's foam. I adhered the 2 together to add some dimension to the die cut. I ran the chipboard alpha through my Epic Six with the dotted swiss embossing plate to add texture and interest to my letters before inking them and adhering to the frame. I decorate each letter with a die cut snowflake and pearl.

For this card, I cut circles using the smallest die in the XL nested circles set, cut them in half and aligned them so as to create a scalloped border. I die cut snowflakes and used them to add texture to the snowflakes in the patterned paper.

Here are the products that I used for these projects. Click on the pictures to find the products in the store.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!! Have a wonderful holiday season!!


  1. I love the card... but the "joy" frames are totally gorgeous... so glad you weren't quite done with holiday projects as this is fabulous! I just have to try somthing like that myself!

  2. Tanisha, Wow! I love the frames! What a beautiful creation to display this time of year or give as a gift.

  3. Wow Tanisha, your frames are just fabulous!!

  4. What to say but BEAUTIFUL!
    Those frames are sooo elegant!
    Love from France, Kianel.

  5. Tanisha, this is a fabulous holiday project, what a wonderful decoration and it does not have to be Christmas, we all need a little JOY in our lives. Love the dotted swiss embossing on the letters, just perfect.


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