Page three Page pocket filled with cards
Some of them handmade by our daughter in law.
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Scrap-booked February 2010
Three Pages
Size 12″ x 12″
Traditional Scrap-booking
Album: Canada
Themes: Holidays
Color: Blue


One More Seasonal Tradition: Scrapbooking Holiday Cards

Christ·mas (krisməs)


  1. a holiday on Dec. 25 celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ

Supplies and tools

Alphabet, shapes and Christmas/winter stencils, (this is the same stencil I used for Snow ) Aileen’s memory glue, Mod Podge® Dimensional Magic, Paper: Christmas Magic Nobility Scrapbook kit, Slab V Provocraft, Chipboard star, Paperbilities Card stock in different colors, “Forever in time” square gold colored brads, “Forever in time” round brads in different colors, black acid free pen, rubber stamps for logo and date, string in different colors, Photos, Fiskars Circle template and Fiskars Ultra shape Express, “Make it Special” mounting squares, Ruler, scissors, pencil, ink-pads, cards, Decoart Americana Acrylic Paint, “Although not labeled as such, Deco Art Americana paints are acid-free. (Info from Deco Art’s chemist).” – Rebecca Baer

I used a Fiskars® paper trimmer, which I use with each layout.

I also used a light-box, for the title and captions, which you can see here. You can also use a plastic see through grid for the title. Here is mine. You can print one on a transparency, remember to use the transparency setting on your computer.

Inked edges:
Scroll down to see how Ali Edwards does it. Watch a great YouTube video here
Attaching Brads I use a
thumbtack to make the hole.

Gingerbread Man Tutorial by Amanda’s Home

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