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Creative Spark - Christmas Card Page

Christmas Card Page
By LeNae Gerig

scrapbook layouts, scrapbook ideas, Christmas
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LeNae Gerig

LeNae's Tip:Keep examples of your yearly Christmas Card photos for your album. Add sparkle to the photos by adding Dazzles™ directly to the photo surface.

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  1. Cut the green swirl paper to 12"x10 1/2" and mat the long edges with dark brown cardstock, leaving 1/4" wide borders. Glue to the center of the striped paper.
  2. Mat the 4"x6" and 4" square photos with brown cardstock, leaving 1/4" wide borders and glue to the page as shown. Layer the Poinsettia flowers and secure to the top right corner of the page as shown.
  3. Line the Santa hat on the Dazzles™ "Christmas" title and adhere above the photos. Line the holly leaves with scraps of paper from the green swirl background and line the berries with burgundy swirl paper. Glue to the photo corners. Adhere stars and "magical" directly to the photos.
  4. Line the stocking with burgundy swirl and white cardstock. Glue to the lower right corner. Mat the white journaling strip with brown cardstock and glue to the left of the stocking.

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