Welcome to another blog hop from a small but inspirational group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. Today's blog hop showcases some great ideas for Christmas projects. The blog before me is Kristine Thompson's, but if you've started here that's ok. Just keep hopping 'til you get round all 11 blogs and back to the start.
Today I have a layout for you. Every year in Adelaide on the second Saturday in November we have the Christmas Pageant. It's a massive parade full of crazy clowns, exciting floats, fabulous marching bands and a whole lot more! We love to take the kids, especially when we are lucky enough to get seats in the Lord Mayor's Stand, which we did this year. We also get to go to the Lord Mayor's Christmas Party after the Pageant.
Anyway, here's the layout. Would you believe there are 27 photos in the layout?
And some more:
And even more! I used some small pieces of DSP to fill any gaps I had on these pages.
Because there are so many photos I decided to label them. I used some retired Rub Ons called Anchored from about 2 years ago. I used the white letters on the photos, and then the matching black letters on the journalling spot:
Stamps: Snow Swirled
Ink: White Stazon, Basic Black Stampin' Write Journaller
DSP/Card Stock: Jolly Holiday DSP, Old Olive Textured 12 x 12, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla
Other: Acetate, Anchored Rub Ons (retired)
Next on the hop is Di Dunk. Thanks for stopping by and please leave a comment before you hop away!
Here are all the blogs in case a link isn't working:
Catch you later,