Monday, December 21, 2009

A Christmas Gift

Yes, yes, I'm STILL using the November kit.

I can't help it, it's got some of my very favorite things in it!

I made this little flip book from Snapfish as a gift for my husband's Grandma, but when it came, I knew I just had to spiff it up. I couldn't leave it plain! The pages are basically just photos bound together, so the backside of each photo was just white.

The cover has letter stickers from the December kit, plus some October Afternoon stickers from my stash. I was skeptical about the Tim Holtz film strip stuff at first, but I've ended up using it on every project! It's really cool!
The little sticker strips from 7 Gypsies were the perfect touch for this simple album.
To go along with this gift, I bought these cool Ranger Ink/Tim Holtz frames, glass slides, and swivel chains. I made a 1.5" x 1.5" square of paper, slapped Grandma's first initial on one side, and then put a 1.5" x 1.5" collage (made it in Picnik because it was fast & easy!) on the other side!
The collage goes in between two glass slides- I made this in about 5 minutes. I love it! You could also make these into necklaces.... ;)A fun & easy Christmas gift!

4 comments:

Michelle*G said...

Love how you embellished the book! And the charm is great!

Lisa said...

am i the only one that sometimes doesn't SEE what you've made because i'm too busy looking at your cute kids?? :D

do you make anything that's not cute? lol

Virginia said...

Lisa- you are too funny! Thank you though! heheh

Just call me b said...

Virge, I love this book! I love that it is a little inexpensive, yet easy book and then you jazzed it up! Very cute!