Thanks to Suzy Plantamura for creating this festive layout and card:
Supplies: 12x12 Vanilla Cardstock (71041) - AC Cardstock, Poinsettia & Pine Paper (35201) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Bright Boughs Paper (35206) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Merry Cherry (53101) - Thickers, Winter Blooms (72000) - Delights, Metal Rose Brads (85513) - Elements, Song (89387) - Ribbon, Sleigh (89388) - Ribbon, Reinforced Decorative Tags (77241) - Bits, Sleigh (43384) - MiniMarks, Snow (43385) - MiniMarks, Mittens (42172) - Remarks, Joy (42170) - Remarks Dimensional Stickers
Supplies: Boxes & Bows Paper (35208) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Treasured Tradition Paper (35214) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, 12x12 Kraft Cardstock (71464) - AC Cardstock, Song (89387) - Ribbon, Joy (42170) - Remarks Dimensional Stickers, Snow (43385) - MiniMarks
Suzy says, "There is nothing that gets me more in the mood of the season than decorating the Christmas tree. As soon as it was finished, I had to snap some pictures of my freshly groomed Cockapoo in front of it. She wasn’t cooperating very well (what dog wants to sit totally still on a pillow on top of a table?!?!), so I had to offer her lots of treats to keep her in place. Thus I came up with my page title – Holiday Treat. Every time I look at these pictures I’ll think of how many dog bones I dished out to get them! The Dear Lizzy Christmas line was perfect for my photos and I used a lot of it on my page. It was so fun to combine all the rub ons, stickers, and dimensional stickers into a little collage on the top right. I attached a stocking sticker to cardstock, cut it out, punched a hole in the top, and hung it with embroidery floss. I wanted to keep my card simple after using so much product on my layout. So I just used one dimensional sticker inside a cut out window, a rub on that says JOY, and a piece of ribbon tied in a bow. With an edge punched into a scalloped border, you can see the green paper underneath. Hope you all have a very merry Christmas and get some scrapping done!"