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CSM Sketchy Challenge by Karla

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CSM Sketchy Challenge by Karla

Wow, we are at the end of November already! We can start to get really excited about the holiday season and December Daily now! Today Karla Yungwirth is bringing us right into the Christmas season by sharing this wonderful layout of her girls with Santa. Check out the process video below. From here we will let Karla take it away!

Hi! It’s Karla back to share a Christmas layout with you today using the beautiful new Home For The Holidays collection. I love the gorgeous colours included in the 12x12 paper pack and the coordinating card pack, stamp set, and sequins!I’m using the November’s sketch from the Creative Scrapbooker sketchy challenge and a photo of a visit to Santa - one of our yearly traditions. You can find other layouts using this sketch, or upload your own entry the the challenge here!The pretty sequins add shine and a pop of colour to the page, along with the doily stamp embossed with a red Emerald Creek powder.I love the small sentiments and borders included in the stamp set! They were perfect to add around the page as well as to the pretty journaling card. Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope this has given you some ideas for your own Christmas pages, and I wish you a very merry holiday season!

Supplies Used:
Home for the Holidays 12x12 paper pack
Home for the Holidays pocket scrapbooking card pack
Home for the Holidays stamp set
Home for the Holidays sequin mix

Thank you so much to Karla for sharing her wonderful layout with us today! To see more of her incredible projects, check out her blogYouTube channel, and Instagram.

1 comment

  • Debbie Selby

    Great job Karla. I don’t often make layouts from a sketch, but this one and your take on it, is really calling to me. And of course, I have every Wild Whisper collection and sooner or later, need to actually cut in to some of them. The first cut really is the deepest LOL!

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